Police station and offices (1)

Questions to the Mayor of London – answered on 18th May 2022.

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Photo of Peter Fortune Peter Fortune Conservative

For each police station and office in Bromley, please can you provide the following:

•Location – including ward

•If it’s open to the public

•If it’s in use

•Ownership status, e.g. owned, rented, PFI etc

•Value if owned, rent amount or PFI amount

• Future plans

Photo of Sadiq Khan Sadiq Khan Mayor of London

As requested, location (including ward), ownership status, if there is a front counter, and use details for Bromley are attached.

In relation to the queries on value if owned, rent amount or PFI amount, unfortunately it is not possible to provide this information as it is commercially confidential. Specifically this means this is information whose publication might prejudice the commercial interests of The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) to an unreasonable degree.

In terms of future plans the MPS is finalising its review of all the Mayor’s Office for Policing And Crime’s (MOPAC’s) buildings across London, identifying those which need to be retained and those sites that will become surplus. Also, MOPAC will take into account the promised extra officers, expected workforce changes, operational requirements and future finances.

Upon completion of the MPS review, MOPAC will scrutinise the plans and the resulting Estates Strategy. This will include the plans for these police properties.