The Public Safety Plan 2015-20 is the blueprint for the way Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service will work over the next five years. It was given unanimous approval by Buckinghamshire & Milton Keynes Fire Authority in December 2014.
The 2015-20 Corporate Plan sets out how we intend to equip and develop our organisation and its people to meet the challenges that we face over the next five years, in particular the need to reshape our service as envisaged in our 2015-20 Public Safety Plan to:
- Reflect the significant changes to demand and risk in the community that have occurred over recent years.
- Reduce our operating costs in line with the reductions in government funding anticipated in our Medium Term Financial Plan.
Report capturing the outcomes and presenting the key findings from the Local Government Association’s Fire Peer Challenge at Buckinghamshire & Milton Keynes Fire Authority in June 2014.
The Fire Peer Challenge is part of sector-led improvement. It is a voluntary process that is managed by, and delivered for, the sector. It is not a form of sector-led inspection, but is a mechanism to provide fire authorities and chief officers with information that allows them to challenge their operational service delivery to ensure it is efficient, effective and robust.