Two new cabinet members have been appointed by the Leader of the Council, it was announced at the Council meeting on Wednesday 15 May.
Residents are being advised to keep their doors and windows closed as firefighters extinguish the fire on the Suez site in Mitcham. There is still a significant amount of smoke emitting from […]
Merton Council is supporting the borough’s voluntary sector with £9.9 million of funding to more than 150 local organisations, community groups, charities and projects in 2018/19. Funding is highlighted in […]
To mark this year’s Pride, Merton Council are flying the Rainbow flag from 2-7 July outside the civic centre on London Road. This year’s Pride event began on 2 July […]
As a mark of remembrance on the one-year anniversary of the tragic Grenfell Tower fire, Merton will join public bodies across the country and illuminate Merton Civic Centre green on […]
Peregrine Falcons have again nested on the roof of the civic centre in Morden, the 14 storey office block which is the headquarters of the London Borough of Merton. Their […]
Merton Council are urgently working with the police to evict squatters who have broken into the former Virgin Active on Battle Close in South Wimbledon and have been causing a disturbance in the […]
Over 60 bags stuffed full of donations from staff at the council were delivered by Leader of Merton Council, Councillor Stephen Alambritis, to the Wimbledon Foodbank last week.
Merton Council is mourning the death of former long-serving councillor, Mayor of Merton and Honorary Alderwoman, Sheila Knight.
Merton Council will pay its respects to one of its former Leaders and Honorary Aldermen on 13 September at the first full council following the summer recess.