North Wales Fire and Rescue Authority
You are invited you to take part in North Wales Fire and Rescue Authority’s consultation to plan how fire and rescue services should be developed in North Wales in the future.
The Authority is inviting general views about future development before starting to develop plans for 2018/19 and beyond. It is aiming to keep improving its services in the short term as well as consider the well-being of future generations of people in the area.
This consultation comes after the Authority has committed to consult publicly on the steps to be taken during 2018/19 towards achieving its long-term well-being goals, however the budget for 2018/19 will be based on previously known and anticipated costs for that year.
The Authority has an excellent record of managing its money and has continued to deliver prevention, protection and response services to high standards despite significant cost-cutting. Its concern is for the whole area and population of North Wales – What are your thoughts on this matter?
Following the last consultation, the Authority has already adopted two long-term objectives at the beginning of 2017: to support people to prevent accidental fires in the home and stay safe if they do occur, and to do all we can to ensure North Wales can continue to rely on first class fire and rescue services.
This consultation focuses now on how the new Authority convened after the local elections can develop its own plans for next year and beyond.
A copy of the full consultation document is attached and you can find out more by logging on to the website www.nwales-fireservice.org.uk, following @northwalesfire and via www.facebook.com/northwalesfireservice
Responses must be forwarded by the deadline on 31st July 2017.
Your views are appreciated.