London,
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January
2016
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London Fire Brigade – 2016/17 budget consultation

The London Fire Brigade is holding a public consultation on how the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority (LFEPA) can make £6.4m of budget savings for 2016/17.

The LFEPA has put forward two proposals for consultation, both of which would ensure no fire station closures and no fire fighters would be made compulsorily redundant.

We are encouraging local residents and businesses to have their say by responding to this consultation. Further details on the proposed options can be found here. The closing date for the consultation is 5pm, Monday 1 February 2016.

To take part in the London Fire Brigade public consultation, please visit london-fire.gov.uk/consultation-2016-2017.asp