Willesden Green Police Station to be sold off
Metropolitan Police Service confirm building will go under the hammer
One of the borough’s four police stations will definitely be sold, the Times can confirm today.
Willesden Green Police Station, in High Road, Willesden Green will be sold off as part of plans to save �500m over the next two and a half years.
The Metropolitan Police Service announced the plans last night, and confirmed that four other stations across London had been approved for sale as had their current headquarters at New Scotland Yard.
The police station, which also houses Brent Council’s Integrated Community Safety Team has been under threat of closure for a number of years.
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