One of our members attended an event at City Hall on 6th November, which brought together people interested in – and working on – air quality issues, from across the borough.

Boundary Commission recommendations for new parliamentary constituencies create a Mitcham and Norbury constituency. Unlike earlier proposals, Mitcham remains intact thanks to local campaigning. MPs will vote on the new proposals before they are implemented.

A planning application for the listed building at 55 Upper Green East has been refused by Merton Council. 

A planning application has been made to move the front door of 55 Upper Green East. This is one of the few clapboard buildings remaining in Mitcham, and it is Grade II listed. We have objected to the applicaiton for a number of reasons

In June 2018 we set out seven separate monitors of air quality in and around Mitcham Fair Green.

This was a follow up exercise to air quality monitoring we did in July 2016.

In 2016 we wanted to find out what air qualtiy was like at Mitcham Fair Green before the bus street went through the centre of the green, allowing buses to avoid the one way system, and allowing the bus stops at the large Western Road junction to be removed.