Police station building in Whittlesey could be brought back into use for the community
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The police station building in Whittlesey could be bought by the town council for community use if plans get the go ahead.
Councillor Alex Miscandlon, Mayor of Whittlesey, met with Police and Crime Commissioner, Jason Ablewhite, to discuss the future of the Whittlesey Police Station building and the possibility of the town council buying it.
Clrr Miscandlon, said: “We wish to thank Jason Abelwhite for allowing the council the opportunity to purchase the old Whittlesey Police station. “This will bring back into use a redundant building in the centre of the Whittlesey, retaining it as an asset for the town and community at large.
“Thank you to all those on the PCC team and the team at Whittlesey Town Council, especially the town clerk Sue Piergianni and Cllr Eamonn Dorling for all their hard work.”
Jason Ablewhite, Police and Crime Commissioner, said. “I am delighted to be able to be working with Whittlesey Town Council in order to retain the building as an important local community asset.
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“As Police and Crime Commissioner it is important to me that we work together with local partners to provide services for our local community. We look forward to taking this proposal forward.”
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