Raynes Park is more than just a station. This vibrant community has one of the lowest vacancy rates in London, and is growing rapidly with more than 120 new homes and retail spaces.
With four industrial parks, the Council is working to increase business space and accessibility in the area.
The town centre is well served by the main line railway station, and the A3 provides access to central London and the M25. The London Cycle network runs along Coombe Lane onto Kingston Road.
With two public parks, a Common, as well as being well catered for with a variety sports facilities including the David Lloyd Club off Bushey Road, and the MyRaynesPark Festival running each summer, there is always something to do.
Merton Chamber’s Raynes Park Business Breakfast is a regular networking breakfast event hosted in partnership with the Raynes Park Association. This platform gives local businesses an opportunity to find out what is going on locally as well as connecting with other businesses in the borough. Keep checking our What’s On page for details of our regular breakfasts.
Over the past 10 years the Raynes Park Local Centre Enhancement Plan has focused on guiding short to medium-term investments in the physical environment of Raynes Park centre, with the aim of improving the attractiveness and functionality of the area to ensure that it remains a competitive destination for local shopping and services.
Chris Larkman, long term member of the Raynes Park Association, shares with us the work that he and others have led and the journey that the association has been on to make Raynes Park a wonderful place to live, work and do business. >> read all about it.
Raynes Park Library Hall is a fantastic venue for hosting both business and social functions. Prices start at £23/hr - contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Gas works on West Barnes Lane: >> more information - 4 Oct 2019