Have your say on our
Draft Annual Improvement Plan 2016 - 2017
Consultation ended on 11th December 2015
There is a national focus on empowering communities to come together and solve problems to build the society they want. Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Authority recognise and acknowledge that our communities and partners have a vital role in helping us improve our service, reduce risk and develop safer communities.
Over the next year, we will be focusing our efforts on developing and delivering a new home safety intervention to those most at risk within our communities. We are also committed to investing in our people and making the best use of our assets and resources, ensuring our staff are as fully equipped as possible to deal with emergencies to better protect themselves and the communities they serve. As we continue to meet the financial challenges ahead, we will also look to develop innovative solutions to ensure the provision of cost effective and high quality services.
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The above areas were consulted upon between 5th October 2015 and 11th December 2015.
The Draft Annual Improvement Plan 2016-2017 consultation was promoted widely throughout Mid and West Wales asking the public and stakeholders to provide us with their views on our plan.
Thank you to everyone who has taken the time to respond to our consultation. The Authority values the interest shown by the community and staff and all the responses received are appreciated.
All the responses and the comments received have been collated and the Fire Authority will analyse and review the responses over the coming weeks. Any revisions will be considered in the light of consultation responses and the final plan will be presented to the Fire Authority for approval in February 2016.
Any queries please contact:-
- e-mail email@example.com,
- Telephone 0370 6060699 and ask for Strategic Planning & Performance Department,
- Write to the Chief Fire Officer, Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Authority Headquarters,