New Malden Links

If you live in New Malden and areas covered by Kingston Council:

Parking Suspensions

If you require a parking place to be suspended for loading and unloading you will need to apply to the Parking Shop tel: 020 8547 1333. A minimum notice period of 72 hours is required to allow them to place warning signs within the parking place.

New Malden Recycling

Kingston-upon-Thames council have strict rules about disposal of rubbish at their Villiers Road (The Tip) recycling centre and about the materials can be recycled locally. You will need a Residents’ Tip Permit to use the facility at Villiers Road. If you have large amounts of waste to dispose, you may need to use the Commercial Waste Transfer Station at the same site and pay the current rate. In many cases we can give you advice on the best way to dispose of items before your move using an Environment Agency Registered Waste Carrier.

If you live in Worcester Park and areas covered by Sutton Council:

Parking Dispensations

If you require a parking place to be suspended for loading and unloading you will need to apply to the Parking Dispensations office at the London Borough of Sutton. If you have difficulties or require a dispensation urgently, you can contact the Customer Service Centre on 020 8770 5070.

Worcester Park Recycling

Sutton Council have strict rules about disposal of rubbish at their Kimpton Park Re-use and Recycling Centre and about the materials can be recycled locally. Users of the site may be asked to prove that they are borough residents and should be ready to show personal identification. This can include a utility bill, driving licence etc. or anything that is current and has your name and address written on it.

If you live in Worcester Park and areas covered by Epsom & Ewell Borough Council

Epsom & Ewell Borough Council have strict rules about disposal of rubbish at their Blenheim Road Civic Amenity Site and about the materials can be recycled locally. Users of the site may be asked to prove that they are a Surrey residents and should be ready to show personal identification. This can include a utility bill, driving licence etc. or anything that is current and has your name and address written on it.

If you live in Worcester Park and areas covered by Merton Council

If you live in Worcester Park and an area covered by Merton Council, your nearest Reuse and Recycling Centre is at Garth Road, Morden. The service is free to Merton residents and is primarily accessible by car. To use the site, you must provide proof of address (such as your driving licence, Residents Pass or recent council tax statement) to prove you are a Merton resident.

  • No matter where you live, if you have large amounts of waste to dispose, you may need to use a Trade Waste facility locally and pay the current rate. In many cases we can give you advice on the best way to dispose of items before your move.