London Borough of Merton

Welcome to WEA Planning, specialist Merton planning consultants offering Planning advice across West London. Sutton Planning Consultants

WEA planning consultants in Merton can offer you the following services:

  • Pre-application planning consultations.
  • General advice on submitting planning applications in Merton.
  • Interpretation of Merton planning policy and how this will affect your own plans.
  • Advice on permitted development – what you will be able to build without needing planning permission.
  • Dealing with retrospective planning applications in Merton.
  • Responding to planning enforcement notices.

    Contact WEA Planning for Merton Town Planning Advice

    Call Seema Mangoo on 020 7993 2075, email info@weaplanning.co.uk or use the contact form to find out how WEA can help you today. 

    If you need professional assistance with preparing your planning application, we can provide the following services:

    • Co-ordination of technical supporting information and drawings;
    • writing of supporting statements;
    • negotiation with planning officers;
    • variations or removal of planning conditions; and
    • assisting with public consultations.

    WEA planning is an independent planning consultancy, based in Notting Hill, West London. Although we are not associated with the London Borough of Merton, we can offer planning advice on any application within this part of London.If you simply want an update on an existing application, or want to view planning applications which have already been submitted, please contact the Merton Council planning team directly.

    About the London Borough of Merton

    The London Borough of Merton is sandwiched between Kingston upon Thames to the west and Croydon to the east and between Wandsworth to the north and Sutton to the south. Merton is one of a number of London boroughs that has locations within it that considerably better known than the borough itself, and in particular, the borough is most famous for being the location of Wimbledon and the tennis tournament that takes place annually at the All England Club.

    The reason for the Borough being named Merton, rather than after one of the larger commercial areas is that at the time of the formation of the borough in 1965, which was brought about by merging for previous authorities from within the county of Surrey, there was a dispute between Wimbledon and Mitcham about how the borough should be named, thus Merton was used as a compromise.
      In commercial terms, there are three major shopping areas within the London Borough of Merton – the aforementioned Wimbledon, and additionally Mitcham and Morden. The borough contains a diverse range of property, with more affluent areas around Wimbledon, whereas Mitcham and Morden are considerably less affluent.

      Merton has the distinction of being the only London borough to have underground, tram and overground rail services, although this does not necessarily translate to instant accessibility. South London remains poorly served by the underground, although this is partially made up for by the north to south Thameslink service, which has recently been upgraded. Wimbledon also provides useful access to the west of London via the district line, although for reaching central London this can be considerably slower than taking the overground train services towards Waterloo or Blackfriars (Thameslink).

      Culturally, the borough of Merton has played home to the TV series The Bill, whilst more recently, the largest mosque in western Europe has opened in Morden, with a capacity of up to 10,000 worshippers.

      Contact Us Now for London Borough of Merton Planning Advice

      To contact WEA Planning for advice on London Borough of Merton planning matters, please call 020 7993 2075, email info@weaplanning.co.uk, or use the contact form.

      Please note

      WEA planning is an independent Merton planning consultancy, based in Notting Hill.

      Although we are not associated with the London Borough of Sutton, we can offer planning advice on any application within this part of London. If you simply want an update on an existing Sutton application, or want to view planning applications which have already been submitted, please contact the
      Sutton council planning team directly.

      Contact WEA Planning for Merton Planning Advice

      Call Seema Mangoo on 020 7993 2075, email info@weaplanning.co.uk or use the contact form to find out how WEA can help you today. 

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