News

Traveller Injunction Success

Following pressure from Conservative councillors and Paul Scully MP, the Council sought an injunction against travellers on public land in August, which has now been extended for 3 years by the High Court.

Central Road Consultation

Following years of inaction from the Lib Dem-run Council, thanks to pressure from newly elected Conservative councillors and Paul Scully MP, a consultation to improve traffic flow on Central Road in Worcester Park has opened today.

Victoria House Appeal Dismissed

An appeal of a decision to refuse planning permission at Victoria House for a ten-storey block of flats has been refused by the Planning Inspectorate.

Budget 2018 Quiz

Take our interactive Quiz to find out what the Budget 2018 means

Sutton Link Consultation Goes Live

Transport for London (TfL) are consulting on proposals for a new, direct and quicker transport link between Sutton and Merton. They have called this the Sutton Link.

Neil Garratt wins in Belmont

Last night, Neil Garratt was elected by residents in Belmont in the by-election as their new Conservative councillor.

Youth unemployment has halved since 2010

Youth unemployment has halved since 2010; real wages for workers have grown for the seventh consecutive month; overall unemployment is at its lowest since 1975.