This parish originally fell under Surrey but has been part of London since 1965. Admiral Horatio Nelson was a notable figure in this area. In 1802 he purchased Merton Place. He extended the land that he owned throughout the four years that he lived there till his death. Merton Place was unable to be maintained following his death, the house was knocked down in 1821 and the estate was sold off.

London borough of Merton

The above link takes you to the Merton conservation area page. Here you are able to search whether your home is in a conservation area. They are all listed alphabetically and then you just select the road that you live on. The link will then provide you more information such as appraisals and assessments of the area.

To contact someone in your borough for more information you can either,


Phone: 020 8545 3777 for planning applications

Phone: 020 8274 4901, the general number for Merton council

Or visit: , the Merton council home page

Fortis & Hooke offers a full range of sash window services in Merton. We can assist with the following:

Our surveyor would be delighted to explain our range of services in more detail to you during a no-obligation survey of your windows.