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London Fire Brigade E25 Plumstead Fire Station

London Fire Brigade E25 Plumstead Fire Station

Details of London Fire Brigade’s E25 Plumstead Fire Station, including Address, Allocation and History.

Plumstead Fire Station

Command District:  Southeastern
Borough: Greenwich
Station Callsign: E25
Opened:  June 1907
Address:  1 Lakedale Road, Plumstead, London SE12 8ES


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London Fire Brigade Plumstead Fire Station was constructed and opened in June 1907 to provide fire cover to serve the needs of the growing local community.

The station was awarded Grade II Listed Building status on 29 October 2009 due to its special architectural interest.

Due to the constraints of the current building, the London Fire Brigade submitted a proposal for planning permission to the Royal Greenwich Borough Council in late 2020.

This proposal includes a new appliance bay attached to the rear of the current station, along with a new drill tower and the refurbishment of the existing building. Details of the proposal can be found on the Royal Borough of Greenwich website.