Application in to demolish Eltham Police station

An application has been submitted to demolish Eltham Police station.

Met Police vacated the site last year with plans of housing mooted. The building dates from 1937 and was on the market for £2 million in December 2021.

This latest application does not reveal future plans but seeks the green light to bring down the current building.

Eltham was the latest in a long line of stations to close over the past decade. Others include Woolwich, Greenwich, Westcombe Park, Sidcup, Belvedere and Thamesmead.

There has been ongoing discussions of a place on the High Street for officers to be based.

Click here to view the application.

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2 thoughts on “Application in to demolish Eltham Police station

  • February 13, 2022 at 12:05 am
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    Yep, and probably more ticky tacky little boxes are going to be built.

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