The Mayor of London has announced that he has secured a permanent home for The Fulham Boys School, an 800 place secondary Free school.
The free school is expected to move into its purpose-built new home on the site of the underutilised Fulham Police Station in September 2017.
The Mayor made a commitment to find a suitable home for Fulham Boys School in the local area last year, which led to it being given approval to open by the Department for Education. The size and location of the site – together with the fact that only 35 per cent of the building is currently in use – make it an ideal site for the school, says the Mayor.
The Education Funding Agency (EFA) has now agreed to purchase the underused police building from MOPAC. The site will remain home to a policing front counter.