Pleas are made to save police station from demolition

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THE historic home of Southsea police should made safe from the wrecking ball, a councillor has urged.

Cllr Luke Stubbs, who represents Portsmouth City Council’s Eastney and Craneswater ward, wants assurances the police station in Highland Road, Eastney, will not be demolished after its planned sale.

The 72-year-old building was earmarked for sale in a rationalisation of police stations announced after Simon Hayes became the first Police and Crime Commissioner for Hampshire in 2012.


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