Massive revamp of Morden town centre to be discussed
A consultation on the future redevelopment of Morden town centre will launch later this month.
The council will be talking to residents about what improvements could be made to Morden town centre including the underground station, bus interchange, office block above the station, some of the parade of shops on London Road, the two-storey parking area to the rear of the shopping parade, Morden Station car park, the London Underground staff car park and operating facilities and the Kenly Road car park.
Councillor Stephen Alambritis, leader of Merton Council, said: "We are going to introduce a consultation about what people might want to see in Morden.
"It is the end of the line and that should be an exciting place for travellers and those who live there because there should be a buzz.
"People come out of Morden and are straight on to a bus.
"We could move the buses further along so people can breathe and do some shopping before they go to the bus stop."
The consultation will end on November 8 after which officers will consider responses which will inform a planning brief set to be adopted by the council in March 2014.
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