Merton's tallest buildings have been ranked and are unsurprisingly the civic centre and residential tower blocks.

The tallest building, from ground floor to the highest point, is Britannia Point in Colliers Wood.

The 17-storey block of flats was built in 1965 and stands at 54.26m.

The tower block, which was once voted London's ugliest building, was last renovated in 2016.

Wimbledon Times: Britannia PointBritannia Point

The second tallest building is Merton Civic Centre.

The 15-storey building stands at an impressive 45m. 

It was built between 1960 and 1962.

Next up is St George's House in St George's Avenue, Raynes Park.

The eight-storey block of flats is opposite Wimbledon train station.

It stands at 38.10m.

There are plans to make a the block into a new part seven, part 12 storey building for offices.

Wimbledon Times: St George’s House redevelopment plansSt George’s House redevelopment plans

Two residential blocks take joint fourth and fifth position in Emporis' figures.

The fourth tallest building in the borough is May Court in Pincott Road.

The high-rise is 12-storey and measures 34.10m.

It was built in 1966 and is currently a block of flats.

And Marsh Court in Pincott Road measures the same height.

That block was also built in 1966.