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2023 Consultation is now open

Every year, we consult the public on our Community Risk Management Plan (CRMP) Action Plan and Council Tax proposals.

We engage with the local community to seek views on the Service's priorities and proposals.

We are coming to the end of our current CRMP and we are starting the consultation process for our new CRMP which will be launched in April 2023.

We would really like to hear your views on our future priorities and to find out more about what you value the most from our Service and any concerns you may have about your safety and wellbeing. Your views will help us to shape our plans and priorities for the future, which will be based on public feedback. We will then go out and consult again on these plans towards the end of this year.

Members of the public can respond to our consultation here.

Chief Fire Officer, Andrew Hopkinson said; “This first phase consultation is part of our commitment to engage with our community, we are a public service and our community’s input and feedback is really important to us. These views will help us to shape our plans and priorities for the future, which will be based on public feedback. We will then go out and consult again once we have shaped the plan. I’m looking forward to seeing what people have to say on how we can shape our Fire and Rescue Service to ensure that it is fit for the future.”

The consultation closes on 31 August 2022.

 

Complete our survey here