A campaigner hoping to keep the Wimbledon Police Station open has threatened further legal action.

Merton Councillor Paul Kohler suffered a fractured eye socket, broken nose and severe internal bleeding in the assault four years ago and believed the only reason he survived was the close proximity to the station.

Earlier this year he challenged the decision by the London Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) to close the station, to which two High Court judges ruled that the decision must be reconsidered.

Now he has written to the mayor's office once more, saying that unless Sadiq Khan to agree to reconsult on the closure by November 13, then he again take legal action.

"It is critical that the mayor re-consults before making a new decision on the future of Wimbledon Police Station," Mr Kohler said.

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"So much has changed since the original consultation ended and it would show utter contempt for the residents and businesses of Wimbledon if the mayor refused to listen to the new ideas that have now emerged."

The letter itself talks about an "increasing disquiet" among serving officers as well as a "material change to the environment in which the original decision was made" due to the merger of the four Borough Command Units of Merton, Wandsworth, Richmond and Kingston into one Basic Command Unit.

A spokeswoman for the mayor of London said there was no requirement arising from the judgment to re-consult on this decision.

“The court determined that the decision to close 36 front counters across London was lawful and required the MOPAC to re-consider the closure of Wimbledon police station.

"MOPAC is reconsidering its decision in relation to Wimbledon and in the meantime, the front counter at Wimbledon will remain open. MOPAC is aware of the letter and will respond in due course.”

The original consultation ended a little more than a year ago.