Last chance to comment on future of Clerkenwell Fire Station

PUBLISHED: 14:34 10 September 2014 | UPDATED: 16:57 10 September 2014

Clerkenwell fire station

Clerkenwell fire station


The chance to have your say on the future of Clerkenwell’s 140-year-old fire station will end on Sunday.

The station was closed in city-wide cuts to the service in January and a draft planning brief for the site, which is being marketed for sale, was opened on August 1.

The brief explains how the council will apply its planning policies and standards to any future development proposal that comes forward for the site.

Local people and other interested parties can give Islington Council their views on the future of the site and influence proposals at an early stage until September 14.

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