Colliers Wood covers a diverse area that includes the city high street, an industrial business park and a rural arts and crafts village.
At the heart of Colliers Wood is Merton High Street with a host of independent shops, as well as its two defining underground stations at South Wimbledon and Colliers Wood itself. It is a blend of residential, shop front, and commercial areas, including three retail parks and small businesses with surrounding industrial estates, making it a very busy area!
With the River Wandle passing through some unique local features, such as Merton Abbey Mills and one of the earliest recorded settlements in the borough; Merton Priory, which was established in 1117.
The renowned Colliers Wood Tower has now been redeveloped into privately let apartments, with commercial space at street level.
If you are interested in knowing about future regeneration projects in Colliers Wood you can visit the following websites:
- Mayor of London Regeneration project
- Colliers Wood Local Neighbourhood Document
- Merton Data
- Town Centre Improvements
- Proposed development to 42 Station Road