"We will continue to engage with the LMCF and the full range of faith and community advisers.
"The insights, feedback and reach into communities across London continues to play an important role in our response.
"We are already working on a new advisory group ‘charter’ that will include a shared commitment to engage through mutual respect and inclusivity."
Meanwhile, police are carrying out an investigation into a "leadership coordinator" employed by the force after claims she called on those who support Israel to be investigated for a "hate crime".
Police are carrying out an investigation into a 'leadership coordinator' employed by the force after claims she called on those who support Israel to be investigated for a 'hate crime'
The officer is alleged to have posted on social media: "I think at this point, if anyone openly agrees with the war in Gaza, they should be called out as Islamophobic and inciting hatred against Muslims.
"That should be investigated as extremism.
"Whether the [counter-terrorism] world decides to act fairly and proportionately and treat IDF support as an extremist ideology, I don't know."
A Met Police spokesman said: "We are aware of this post circulating on social media and are currently reviewing it."