Find out more about approved planning applications in your area.
- Merton Hall, Kingston Road. Erection of a new worship/church hall, cafe, foyer and meeting rooms. The Hall will be the new site for the Elim Church, who need to relocate from the High Path estate to make way for the Harris Wimbledon Academy (the Council is swapping the land to make sure there's enough room for the school). There was a campaign against this planning application, you can see more here. Read the minutes from the Planning Committee approving the application.
- Wandle river development, Haslemere estate (border of Wimbledon and Earlsfield). This development includes 19% affordable housing, 21% below Merton Council's target. See the minutes from the Planning Committee approving the application.
- Rainbow Industrial Estate, Grand Drive. Due to the scale of this residential and commercial development, it also has a planning brief.
Wimbledon Stadium, Plough Lane. Further background information on the return of the Dons to Wimbledon.
Dundonald Church and residential flats, Kingston Road, Raynes Park.
- 85 residential units on former Wolfston site, Copse Hill. This application specifies that 30 per cent of the residential units will be affordable. Merton Council's Core Strategy sets a target of 40 per cent. The development is also in a Conservation Area.
- Affordable homes to be included in Wimbledon Hill Park scheme - Planning permission has been granted for 57 new homes at Wimbledon Hill Park on the grounds of what was once the 2nd Duke of Wellington’s ancestral residence at Copse Hill. This is the third phase of the Berkeley Homes development.
- 21 flats and 2 three bedroom houses to replace Phoenix Hotel, Abbey. This application is to demolish the existing Phoenix Hotel on Merton Road, to be replaced by a five storey building comprising 21 flats and 2 three bedroom detached houses plus parking.
- 19 apartments, 2 semi-detached houses and 2 detached houses, Hillside. This application is to demolish existing three blocks of flats and garages, to be replaced by a four storey block of 19 apartments with basement level parking and 2 semi-detached houses and 2 detached houses with parking.
Offices and flats on old Manuplastics factory site, Kingston Road. Planning application for 110 homes and office space, 7 storeys was decided on 22 Feb 2018. An application for a five-storey self storage unit was refused in 2009. A similar, slightly different application was made in relation to the site in late 2017.
You can see comments from the Dundonald Lib Dem team to the 2017 application here.
- 45-48 Rothesay Avenue, Merton Park: Demolishing of existing buildings and erection of 9 two bedroom flats within a four storey building.
- Application for prior approval for change of use from offices to 12 residential units, Hillside. The application applies to 138 - 140 Alexandra Road, SW19 7JY.