Mayor Sadiq Khan has been urged to sell off four flats used by senior police officers before deciding whether to close dozens of police stations and front counters.
The planned closures are the result of successive cuts in government funding for the Metropolitan Police and follow the axing of dozens of stations under former Mayor, Boris Johnson.
If implemented, the latest closures would leave most boroughs with just one 24/7 station.
Liberal Democrat London Assembly Member Caroline Pidgeon says Mr Khan should avoid cutting the frontline public service before he sells the flats which are collectively worth around £3m and cost in excess of £20,000 per year to manage.
The flats are used “primarily” by senior officers attached to the National Police Chiefs Council and are owned by the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime.
Assembly Member Pidgeon said: “It is quite frankly galling to see police stations around London being closed and sold off whilst the Met still provides flats for some of the highest paid police officers in the country.
“The public are rightly concerned at police stations being closed across the city. If difficult decisions have to made they should apply equally across the Met.
“At a time of a looming budget crisis the Mayor should not hesitate in ordering the immediate disposal of these properties.
“The Mayor should also look at some other perks that still exist in the Met, such as the excessive use of chauffeur driven vehicles by senior Met officers.”