The London Fire Brigade plans to save £28.8m by closing 12 fire stations; removing 18 pumping appliances and redeploying four pumping appliances to other stations.
Under the proposals, the Brigade would maintain its existing London-wide target attendance target of getting a first fire engine to an emergency within an average six minutes and the second fire engine, if needed, within eight minutes.
You have until midnight to have your say on the proposals - follow this link to find the online consultation.
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