By making £6 million in savings from these changes, Clapham fire station and New Cross fire station will remain open.
In addition Chelsea fire station would retain two fire engines (instead of reducing by one), and East Greenwich fire station would gain an additional fire engine.
The revised plan still seeks to maintain existing response time targets of getting the first fire engine to an incident, on average, in six minutes and the second, if needed in eight minutes.
These are amongst the fastest target response times of any emergency service in the country.
The fire stations still proposed to close under the revised plan are:
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