London Fire Brigade (LFB) is consulting on proposals to redevelop the training centre at Croydon Fire Station, 90 Old Town, CR0 1AR.
These proposals are being brought forward by London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority (LFEPA), who run LFB, to provide London with the facilities it needs to maintain and develop the largest fire and rescue service in the country.
The upgraded training centre will complement existing facilities in Beckton (east London) and Park Royal (north west London). It will provide easy access to high-quality training in south London.
This website has been created to provide more information about the proposals, and to inform residents and stakeholders of the consultation events.