The public consultation on the location of a new fire station in the north of Reigate and Banstead closed on Monday 27 January 2014. We'd like to thank you for your interest in the proposal and for contributing your say. Your feedback will help shape the next stage of the project.
We are currently collating and analysing feedback. We will then present a final proposal to Surrey County Council's Cabinet at a meeting on 25 February 2014 alongside other evidence.
The outcome of the review will be shared publicly and you can find detailed reports from Monday 17 February 2014 on this page
The public consultation on changes to fire engine deployment in the borough of Spelthorne closed on Monday 4 November 2013. We'd like to thank you for your interest in the proposed changes and for contributing your say. Your feedback will help shape the next stage of the project.
We are currently collating and analysing feedback. We will then present a final proposal for the provision of emergency response cover in Spelthorne to Surrey County Council's Cabinet at a meeting on 4 February 2014 alongside other evidence.
The outcome of the review will be shared publicly and you can find detailed reports from Monday 27 January 2014.
If the proposal is supported we will commence implementation during 2014.
Each Fire and Rescue Authority must produce a publicly available Integrated Risk Management Plan (IRMP). Surrey Fire and Rescue Authority's IRMP is known as the Public Safety Plan. The latest edition covers the period from 2011-20 and is accompanied by two year action plans. The Public Safety Plan covers at least a three-year time span, which:
Fire and Rescue Authorities should review the effectiveness of cross-border integration arrangements with neighbouring authorities and set these out appropriately in their IRMPs.
Surrey Fire and Rescue Authority's Public Safety Plan (PSP) is its long term, risk based business strategy which outlines our future aims and priorities.
Surrey County Council's Cabinet approved the latest version of the PSP in June 2011, which explains how we will deliver fire and rescue services in Surrey from now until 2020. It focuses on:
We have twelve specific outcomes described in the PSP and until 2020 to deliver them. In the meantime, we have a two-year action plan which sets out where we want to be by 2016.
The full plan (in two parts), a summary version and the 2011-2013 action plan are available below. Further supporting documents are also available, including a consultation report which shows how public opinion has shaped the future of Surrey Fire and Rescue Service as it heads to the next decade.
The ORH Report below outlines the methodology and modelled impact of the changes to emergency response cover set out in the Public Safety Plan. The Appendices exceed the download limit for this site but are available on request.
If you require further information or to request a printed or electronic copy of the documents, please contact us.
Our Public Safety Plan 2011-20 is supported by action plans that explain the specific activity we will undertake to deliver the outcomes described.
Our second action plan covering the period from April 2013 until March 2016 is now available below. There are items from our first two year action plan that are not yet complete and these are identified in the plan.
This second action plan supports our mission to provide a professional and well supported Fire and Rescue Service which reduces community risk in order to save lives, relieve suffering, protect property and the environment.
This proposal was approved by Surrey County Council's Cabinet on Tuesday 26 March 2013 - see Consultation on Surrey Fire and Rescue's Public Safety Plan for full details.