MD1369 Direction to LFEPA on the disposal of nine of its former fire stations

Type of decision: 
Mayoral decision
Date signed: 
11 July 2014
Decision by: 
Boris Johnson MP (past staff), Mayor of London

Executive summary

The London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority (LFEPA) is currently overseeing the sale of nine of its former fire stations at Belsize, Bow, Clerkenwell, Downham, Kingsland, Silvertown, Southwark, Westminster and Woolwich.

The Mayor wishes to be kept informed of progress and, as a consequence, has decided to direct LFEPA to provide him with information relating to the bids received and to await his response before entering into any agreements.

The direction itself is included at Appendix B with a covering letter to the LFEPA Chairman at Appendix A.

Part 1: Non-confidential facts and advice

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