Cornwall Fire, Rescue and Community Safety service consultation needs you!

Posted on: 26th August 2015

Cornwall Fire, Rescue and Community Safety service consultation needs you!

Cornwall Council’s Fire, Rescue and Community Safety Service is preparing for its next three year Business Plan with a Cornwall wide consultation. The consultation will help shape what the service plans to do from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2019.

Like all public services there are budget cuts so less resources to deliver services to the people of Cornwall. This means trying to think differently about the delivery of essential services and considering what opportunities there are to work in partnership with other organisations.

Geoff Brown, the Council’s Cabinet Member for Communities, says “Your opinions really do matter. By telling us what you think you are helping us to make decisions about where we focus our activities and shape the services we deliver.”

Chief Fire Officer Paul Walker added “We pride ourselves on open and regular engagement with our communities as we continue ‘Working together to make Cornwall Safer’. I recognise that we face challenging times ahead but, with flexibility and by working together, we can continue to deliver an excellent 24/7, 365 days a year service to communities, businesses and visitors to Cornwall.

“Please take the time to have your say and help us to shape our projects and activities across the Fire, Rescue and Community Safety service.”

You can give your views by completing the

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