Police Crime Commissioner to sell Edenbridge Police Station

Posted on Nov 6, 2018
Police Crime Commissioner to sell Edenbridge Police Station

‘PCC announces closure of Edenbridge Police Station.  The announcement was included as one line in a press release entitled ‘Kent Police to move Deal front office’.  Click here for press release.  The additional information states that the police office in the High Street is to be sold as the building has not served as an operational police station for more than a decade. The town PCSOs who work at the office will, in future, be able to use the fire station in the High Street instead. Disposing of the site will save Kent Police around £22,500 a year in running costs. The money received from the sale of the building will be available in future to spend on policing.

Edenbridge Town Council is extremely disappointed and will be discussing what action to take at the Council meeting on Monday night (12 November).  The Police Crime Commissioner Matthew Scott  has been asked to come to Edenbridge to explain his reasons to the residents. Details of this meeting will be publicised once a reply has been received from him.

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