BFRS Disclosure log 2019/2020

The Fire Authority receives a wide range of requests for information from the public and from businesses.

Listed below are the requests we have responded to under the Freedom Of Information Act 2000. These requests have been received between 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2020.


BFRS Ref:

88 19/20

Information request:

Please provide me with the following details for the fire and rescue service: 

% of occasions where time to mobilise was within 5 seconds; 10 seconds; 60 seconds; 90 seconds and 120 seconds: 

In July 2019 

In August 2019

In September 2019 

A reporting period average 

The reporting period average 

And for the same period 2018/19 

A rolling 12 month average 

Response: 

Response pending 


BFRS Ref:

87 19/20

Information request:

Please can you provide the following detail below under the freedom of information act.

1) Are you currently with a Fuel Management supplier for vehicles? If so, who? 

2) If yes to the above, when are the contract expiry dates? 

3) How many sites do you have with Fuel Management systems for vehicles? 

4) The total you spent on Fuel Management (vehicles) from 31st October 2018 - 31st November 2019

5) The total you spent on (vehicle) fuel from 31st October 2018 - 31st November 2019

Response:

Further to your request for information about fuel management, please note our response below: 

1) Yes, Merridale & Vectec

2) July 20 

3) 9

4) £9,422 (including all fuel pump/tank maintenance and repairs)

5) £175,250 


BFRS Ref:

86 19/20

Information request:

Can you tell me how many times over the last three years (2017, 2018, 2019 to date) the fire service has helped the local ambulance trust transport overweight/obese patients?

Response:

Response pending


BFRS Ref:

85 19/20

Information request:

Fire Department Request

1.   Are there any outstanding fire code violations at the property?

2.   How frequently is the property inspected by the fire department?

3.   Date of last inspection (if applicable):

4.   Are there any records related to the following for the property?

a.   Current or historical use of hazardous materials/waste

b.   Storage or Releases of hazardous materials/waste

c.   Current of historical underground/aboveground storage tanks

d.   Current or historical clarifiers

Response:

I can confirm that we have searched our records and do not have any records of any inspections at this address. 


BFRS Ref:

84 19/20

Information request:

Please could I have details on the following points:

1.Which Web Filtering Solution do you currently have implemented at the organisation?

2.How many users does this support?

3.Who was this purchased through? 

4.How much is the current contract value and how many years does this cover?

5.When is the Web Filtering contract due to expire?

6.Who is in charge of reviewing the web filtering contract/solution?

Response:

Response pending 


BFRS Ref:

83 19/20

Information request:

1.I would like to know the number of hoax phone calls received by Buckinghamshire Fire Service in 2018 and whether there are any predicted stats for 2019? 

2.As a result of these hoax calls, how much of Buckinghamshire Fire Service’s time and money is wasted?

3.Is it possible when looking out the above to show peak times in which hoax calls were made in 2018, and does this follow any patterns set in previous five years (2013-2017)? 

Response:

Response pending 


BFRS Ref:

82 19/20

Information request:

Partner Engineering and Science, Inc. is conducting a Phase I Environmental Site Assessment on the following property: (N/A at this time) 

As part of the assessment, we are requesting the following information to include in our report: 

1.Are there any outstanding fire code violations at the property? 

2.How frequently is the property inspected by the fire department (during construction activity, to investigate a citizen complaint, annually, never, other, etc.)? 

3.Date of last inspection (if applicable): 

4.Are there any records related to the following for the property?

a.Current or historical use of hazardous materials/waste

b.Storage or Releases of hazardous materials/waste

c.Current of historical underground/aboveground storage tanks

d.Current or historical clarifiers

Response:

Further to your request for information about Majestic Wine, I can confirm that we have searched our records and do not have any records of any inspections at this address. 


BFRS Ref:

81 19/20

Information request:

1.Does your service have a formal system that allows uniformed operational staff swap shifts. For example a firefighter who is due to work a Saturday can swap his work day with a firefighter who is rostered off?   

2.if so, does your service record these swaps and keep a running tally of the swaps for the individuals?

3.What happens when one resigns or retires. Does your service have a way of dealing with any positive or negative balances for these swaps. For example the swap mentioned above what would happen if either of them then resigned or retired before the "pay back of the swap". Would the firefighter who got Saturday off have his final pay reduced because he never paid his day off back to the other firefighter? Or if  the firefighter who worked the extra shift then retired or resigned. Would he receive a days pay for working the Saturday and the Firefighter that got the day off have to work a day to pay back the day off he got?

Response:

1.Yes

2.Yes 

3.No record held of this occurring, no policy recording what would happen in this instance – information not held.


BFRS Ref:

80 19/20

Information request:

I wish to request the content of the fire safety audit.

Response:

Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Services (BFRS) visit, inspect and audit a wide range of premises to which the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 applies.

A fire safety audit is part of the investigation proceedings and may lead to further actions being taken by BFRS if fire safety deficiencies are discovered that put people at risk.

If BFRS serve an alteration, enforcement or prohibition notice to a “responsible person” for a premises the responsible person has 21 days to appeal the notice.

The information you have requested is exempt under sections 30(1)(a) of the Act. Section 30 deals with investigations and proceedings conducted by public authorities which have a duty to investigate whether someone should be charged with an offence, or the power to conduct such investigations and/or institute criminal proceedings.

Section 30 is a qualified exemption which require the Authority to balance the public interest between disclosure and non-disclosure. The public interest, provides that such an exemption can only be maintained where the public interest in maintaining the exemption outweighs the public interest in disclosure of the information. In applying the public interest test, the Authority’s view is that engaging the exemption outweighs the public interest in disclosing the information. In reaching this view, it considered the importance of recognising that the purpose of the exemption is to protect the effective investigation and prosecution of offences. Therefore, whilst confirming that information is held in regard to the fire safety audit, please accept this as a refusal notice to release that information.

The Authority has a duty to provide advice and assistance. Whilst we are unable to assist you at this time in regard to the premises specified, it may be of interest to you to understand when information may be available to the public.

As an Enforcing Authority of fire safety legislation, the Authority is required by the Environment and Safety Information Act 1988 to maintain a public register of the Statutory Notices we have served. These notices are:

•Alterations Notices: An alterations notice may be served on the responsible person if the Authority is of the opinion that any structural alterations being made to the premises will constitute a serious risk to relevant persons (whether due to features of the premises, their use, and any hazard present or any other circumstances). 

•Enforcement Notices: Where the Authority is of the opinion that the person responsible for fire safety in the premises has failed to comply with any provision of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. The notice must state why the Authority is of that opinion, specify the provisions which have not been complied with, and give a timescale (not less than 28 days) in which to take steps to remedy the failures. The Notice will normally include directions as to the measures which the Authority consider necessary to remedy the failure(s).

•Prohibition Notices: Where the advisor considers that the use of the premises involves, or will involve, a risk to persons on the premises in the event of fire so serious that use of the premises ought to be prohibited or restricted, the Authority may serve a Prohibition Notice. The notice may prohibit use immediately or after a specified time and not allow it to be used until remedial action has been taken. The notice will explain why the action is necessary.

The register is available for public inspection via the National Enforcement Register on the National Fire Chiefs Council (NFCC) website, which can be found here.


BFRS Ref:

79 19/20

Information request:

1.     Do your Firefighters when wearing SCBA use an ATEX Digital radio to communicate by voice to BA Control ?

2.     Do your Firefighters ever use non ATEX radios when wearing and operating SCBA ?

3.     Are Firefighters when wearing SCBA issued one radio each or is it one radio per BA team (team of two Firefighters’). 

4.     Does your FRS make use of cable wire communications system ?

5.     Does your FRS have SCBA Telemetry technology available ? 

6.     If yes to question 4, do you make use of the  telemetry functionality during incidents ? 

7.     Does your FRS have the means of tracking and locating Firefighters positional location whilst Firefighters are wearing SCBA within buildings ? 

8.     Does your FRS BA Teams make use of Thermal Imaging Cameras (TIC) during an incident ? 

9.     If YES to question 7, does the TIC provide the capability to transmit live imagery to BA Control or the Incident Commander ? 

10.  Does your FRS have Firefighter wearable means of monitoring heat stress and alerting ? 

11.  Does your FRS make use of body or helmet worn video cameras at the Incident ? 

12.  If YES to question 11, are the camera worn by Incident Commanders or Firefighters or both. 

13.  Does your FRS have the means of transmitting live images captured by body or helmet worn cameras to the Incident Command Unit or Command and Control Centre. 

14.  Does your FRS Operational Assurance/Safety Officers capture and record incident information via body or helmet worn cameras. 

15.  Does your FRS Operational Assurance/Safety Officers capture and record incident information via tablet software systems. 

16.  Does your FRS have its own drone technology capability ? 

17.  Does your FRS make use of Positive Pressure Ventilation (PPV) systems ? 

18.  If YES to question 17, what year were PPV systems introduced. 

19.  Does your FRS make use of Water Misting Lancing Systems ? 

20.  If YES to questions 19, what year were Water Misting Systems introduced. 

Response:

1. On occasions where there is believed to be an explosive atmosphere the service has access to ATEX radios. 

2. Yes.

3. The firefighters normally wear one radio per team of two though an additional radio could be added to the second person if deemed necessary.

4. No. 

5. Yes.

6. Yes.

7. No 

8. Yes 

9. No

10. No

11. No

12. N/A

13. N/A

14. No

15. No

16. Yes

17. Yes

18. 2007

19. No

20. No


BFRS Ref:

78 19/20

Information request:

1.Please can you tell me how many high rise buildings there are in the area where the fire service or another organisation has decided to change the 'stay put' fire strategy policy at any point over the last three years since June 2017. 

2.For each relevant building please could you state what the new fire strategy policy is, when the policy was changed and why it was changed. 

3.If possible, please give the name of the building, how many floors it has and the type of cladding it has.

Please break down by year. 

Response:

1.One

2.It is the duty of the Responsible Person to ensure that a suitable and sufficient fire risk assessment is undertaken as required under Article 9 The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (RRFSO). It is the responsibility of the appointed Risk Assessor to identify the appropriate evacuation strategy, not the local fire and rescue service. Buckinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service were informed on 31st August 2017 that due to inadequate fire stopping for external cladding and inadequate internal fire stopping, that a stay put building policy would no longer be appropriate and a move to a simultaneous evacuation building policy was in place.

3.2Stephenson House, Wetherburn Court, Bletchley, Milton Keynes MK2 2AS. It has ten floors. The building contains Eternit Lamina Rainscreen cladding. 


BFRS Ref:

77 19/20

Information request:

1.In the last two financial years, (2018-19 and the current financial year, 2019-20 so far) how much money has been spent on external consultants by your fire service?

Please break down by year. 

2. Broken down by same years above, please provide the name of every consultant (organisation and/or individual) whose services have been used during this period – alongside how much they were paid, and a description of what services they provided (as much information as it is possible to provide).

Response:

2018/19

Name

Amount

Service Provided

Adrian R Thomas Ltd

4,713.22

Review of Job descriptions and design of interview, undertake interviews, create assessment criteria, strenghts based interview and presentation

Asbri Planning Ltd

8,188.00

Drainage, transport, ecology, planning

Asbri Transport Ltd

3,961.50

Preparation of plans and technical submissions

Assure Consulting Ltd

1,500.00

Service charge consultancy

Barnett Waddingham Llp

3,500.00

Pensions consultancy

BDO

5,105.00

Tax support

Bevan Britten

2,399.15

Professional charges regarding lease renewal

Bruton Knowles

4,500.00

Asset valuation service

Bureau Veritas Uk Ltd

950.00

Cylinder test for moisture and oil

Bureau Veritas Uk Ltd

760.00

sampling of the contamination found on the screw threads on the compressor and cylinders

Bureau Veritas UK Ltd

6,155.00

scientific support & investigation fees

Dunwoody Building Legislation Ltd

3,150.00

Fire strategy report

Gresham (Sms) Ltd

3,142.40

Specialist advice to the Fire Service

Health & Safety Laboratory

30,170.00

BA Cylinder moisture Ingress Event investigation

Hub Telecoms Consultancy Ltd

20,800.00

Telecommunications consultancy

I Kearns

1,062.60

Facilitation of part of SMT Away Day

Inspired Energy Solutions

3,500.00

Energy consultancy

Korn Ferry

1,110.00

Role evaluations

Lambert Smith Hampton Group Ltd

2,650.00

property valuation

Link Treasury Services Ltd

5,825.00

Treasury consultancy

MHR International UK Limited

3,200.00

Business Intelligence consultancy

Ninesharp Ltd

5,625.00

iTrent system consultancy

Operational Assurance Ltd

52,000.00

Professional audit fees on operational assurance

Operational Research In Health Ltd

16,912.00

Resource modelling consultancy

Salvus Consulting Ltd

1,990.00

H&S consultancy helpline

South East Employers

18,796.38

Fact Finding investigations; pay review

SureCloud Ltd

2,624.60

MDT review and report

Total Design Centre Ltd

1,020.00

Professional design and drawing service

Total Design Centre Ltd

10,750.00

structural/condition survey reports, review of telecommunications work

Wycombe District Council

347.00

Single Person Discount Review

 

 

 

2019/20

Name

Amount

Service provided

Adrian R Thomas Ltd

6,250.00

Leadership assessment, identifying senior management potential

Asbri Planning Ltd

14,747.00

Planning consultancy

Bruton Knowles

3,700.00

Asset valuation service

Bureau Veritas

2,500.00

Health and safety consultancy

Dunwoody

2,359.63

Plant life expectancy analysis

Hub Telecoms Consultancy Ltd

3,300.00

Telecommunications consultancy

Inspired Energy Solutions

3,500.00

Energy consultancy

KB Tech Ltd

875.00

IRS Tables consultation, SIM analysis

Korn Ferry

2,600.00

Job evaluations

Link Treasury Services Ltd

5,975.00

Treasury consultancy

PSTax

4,585.00

Tax support


BFRS Ref:

76 19/20

Information request:

I am currently doing some research into IT Service Management and Desktops ITAM trends in the UK public sector. Could you kindly provide me with the below information about your organisation:

1.What software product(s) are you using to manage your IT Service Management (e.g. ServiceNow, Cherwell, Hornbill etc.)? 

2.Who is your current vendor? 

3.When does the contract with your current service desk provider end? 

4.How much does your current ITSM service desk tool cost annually? 

5.When will you be looking to review your current service desk tool? 

6.What software product(s) are you using to manage your desktops ITAM e.g SCCM, Manage engine etc.)?

7.Who is your current vendor?

8.When does the contract with your current desktop provider end? 

How much does your current ITAM desktop tool cost annually? 

When will you be looking to review your current desktop tool? 

What software product(s) are you using to manage your IT Service Management (e.g. ServiceNow, Cherwell, Hornbill etc.)?

Response:

1.Vivantio

2.Vivantio

3.12 month rolling contract

4.The service desk software is used across the organisation by various departments, £10,000 across the organisation 

5.Information not held

6.SCCM

7.Microsoft through Insight

8.31st Dec 2019


BFRS Ref:

75 19/20

Information request:

How many people have lost their lives in Buckingham fires over the past year?

Response:

Further to your request for information about fire deaths, I can confirm that there were zero fire deaths in that period. 


BFRS Ref:

74 19/20

Information request:

Due to the recent arson attempts in and around Serpentine Court, I am requesting as much information as you can provide regarding this. a) Cost to the taxpayer for the fire service attending these incidents. b) Your assessment of level of risk posed to residents due to these incidents. c) your views on whether you believe public CCTV may aid in reducing these incidents or at least the ability to catch the offenders.

Response:

Date

PropertyLevel1

PropertyLevel2

PropertyLevel3

Cause

23/03/2019 06:13

Outdoor

Other outdoors (including land)

Highway/road surface/pavement

Deliberate - others property

29/08/2019 21:01

Outdoor

Other outdoors (including land)

Cycle path/public footpath/bridleway

Deliberate - others property

13/10/2019 20:35

Outdoor

Outdoor structures

Wheelie Bin

Deliberate - others property

13/10/2019 20:53

Outdoor

Outdoor structures

Small refuse/rubbish/recycle container (excluding wheelie bin)

Deliberate - others property

26/10/2019 19:26

Building

Dwelling

Purpose Built Flat/Maisonette - multiple occupancy

Deliberate - unknown owner

We do not break down incidents by cost but we do charge appliance and crew: £305 + VAT per hour and part of an hour (charges to run from time of leaving station to time of return). However, an incident can remain open for various operational reasons so it is not something we can accurately calculate. A list of our charges can be found here. We do not record an assessment of risk to residents – depending on the nature of the incident this would affect the “weight” of our response so that any risk to residents are minimised. 

Use of CCTV in public places is the responsibility of the local councils and they would possible be able to assist with explaining the benefits of CCTV. 


BFRS ref:

73 19/20

Information request:

Contract 1

1.       Current Lines (Analogue, ISDN VOIP, SIP etc) Provider- Please can you provide me with the name of the supplier for the contract.

2.       Fixed Line- Contract Renewal Date- please provide day, month and year (month and year are also acceptable). If this is a rolling contract please provide me with the rolling date of the contract. If there is more than one supplier please split the renewal dates up into however many suppliers.

3.       Fixed Line- Contract Duration- the number of years the contract is for each provider.

4.       Type of Lines- Please can you split the type of lines per each supplier? PTSN, Analogue, SIP.

5.       Number of Lines- Please can you split the number of lines per each supplier? SIP trunks, PSN Lines, Analogue Lines.

Contract 2

6.       Minutes/Landline Provider- Supplier’s name (NOT Mobiles) if there is no information available please can you provide further insight into why?

7.       Minutes/Landline Contract Renewal Date- please provide day, month and year (month and year is also acceptable). If this is a rolling contract please provide me with the rolling date of the contract.

8.       Minutes Landline Monthly Spend- Monthly average spend for each provider. An estimate or average is acceptable.

9.       Minute’s Landlines Contract Duration: the number of years the contract is with the supplier.

10.   Number of Extensions- Please state the number of telephone extensions the organisation currently has. An estimate or average is acceptable. 

Contract 3

11.   Fixed Broadband Provider- Supplier’s name  if there is not information available please can you provide further insight into why?

12.   Fixed Broadband Renewal Date- please provide day, month and year (month and year is also acceptable). If this is a rolling contract please provide me with the rolling date of the contract. If there is more than one supplier please split the renewal dates up into however many suppliers

13.   Fixed Broadband Annual Average Spend- Annual average spend for each broadband provider. An estimate or average is acceptable.

Contract 4

14. WAN Provider- please provide me with the main supplier(s) if there is no information available please can you provide further insight into why?

15.   WAN Contract Renewal Date- please provide day, month and year (month and year are also acceptable). If this is a rolling contract please provide me with the rolling date of the contract. If there is more than one supplier please split the renewal dates up into however many suppliers.

16. Contract Description: Please can you provide me with a brief description of the contract.

17. The number of sites: Please state the number of sites the WAN covers. Approx. will do.

18.   WAN Annual Average Spend- Annual average spend for each WAN provider. An estimate or average is acceptable.

Response:

Contract 1

1.Updata (Capita) 

2.Updata (Capita) - Oct 2021 

3.Updata (Capita) - 2 year extension to 5 year contract 

4.Updata (Capita) –SIP trunks 

5.Updata (Capita) – 30 live and 30 

Contract 2 

6.BT & Daisy

7.Daisy – No contract in place

8.BT – £1,000 per month

Daisy –  £1,200 per month

9. BT – No contract in place 

Daisy – No contract in place

10. 50 analogue lines for fire alarms, mobilisation, fuel monitoring etc 

Contract 3

11.Updata (Capita) 

12.October 2021 

13.The provision is part of Buckinghamshire County Council contract and is bundled with many other services, it is not possible to break out the cost just for this element. 

Contract 4

14.Updata (Capita)

15.October 2021

16.Provision of a Wide Area Network which connects all our fire stations

17.20

18.The provision is part of Buckinghamshire County Council contract and is bundled with many other services, it is not possible to break down the cost just for this element.

19.Dave Thexton IT Manager 01296444400 dthexton@bucksfire.gov.uk 


BFRS ref:

72 19/20

Information request:

Information about fires in schools

Response:

Response pending


BFRS ref:

71 19/20

Information request:

Information about a fire

Response:

Dealt with outside the Freedom of Information Act 2000.


BFRS ref:

70 19/20

Information request:

I would like to ask a few questions about the job as a firemen. 

1. Do you relax most of the time in Buckingham since there are rarely fires 

2. How many times do you save cats from trees or people from stupid situations

3.  How many false alarms do you get

4.  How much do you get paid each year

Response:

Over time, the role of the firefighter has changed. Indeed, the term “fireman” is not in use in the fire services across the UK as women have been in UK fire services since the early 1980’s and fire and rescue services are inclusive organisations. (You will find a wealth of information on both ours and other fire and rescue service websites if this is of interest to you).

You are correct that the number of fires in Buckingham is low. If you look at the information about Buckingham Fire Station on our website it states “A long-standing and proactive community fire safety programme, including the Key Stage 3 fire awareness programme in schools and Home Fire Risk Checks, has kept actual fire incidents to low figures over the years. While Community Safety is our lead role, our major risk is related to the large number of fast roads that criss-cross the area. Therefore the station works closely with South Central Ambulance Service and Thames Valley Police to ensure all staff are kept abreast of the latest practical skills and procedures. The station aims to maintain a low level of fire incidents and reduce the number of road traffic-related incidents in the area”. You can find details of incidents and other fire service activity on our website and general Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service, together performance data here

The Act gives people a general right of access to the recorded information held by public authorities. As described in part one of the Act. To be able to assist you I need to understand what recorded information you are asking for. As to question one, we do publish a lot of information about our activities. As we have a wealth of information it is not possible for all of this information to be posted on our website. If there is anything of specific interest to you please advise.

Number of times Cats were saved from trees (1st Jan 2018 - 1st Nov 2019)

9

   

Type of release for person (1st Jan 2018 - 1st Nov 2019)

Number

From below ground, e.g shaft, cave, tunnel, sewer, well

4

From height e.g. pylon crane, roof or ledge

24

From mud

3

Other

46

Trapped in collapsed structure

1

Trapped in or under machinery or other object, e.g hopper, conveyor, crusher.

10

Trapped Limb

31

   

Number of False Alarms (1st Jan 2018 - 1st Nov 2019)

6099

As it is unclear which group of employees whose pay is of interest to you, I have attached the current payscales for non-operational employees, included the link to the operational firefighter pay settlement 2019.

Senior employees salaries can be found here.


BFRS ref:

69 19/20

Information request:

Information about a fire

Response:

Incident map updated.


BFRS ref:

68 19/20

Information request:

1.Information with regards to the organisation's telephone system maintenance contract (VOIP or PBX, other) for hardware and software.

2.Which manufacturer (PBX or VOIP) are you using as your core telephone system? e.g. Avaya, BT, Cisco, Mitel, Skype for Business?

3.Approximately how many extensions does the system support across your organisation?

4.Who is the incumbent/support partner for the maintenance of your VOIP/PBX? 

5.How many of those extensions are contact centre/customer service agents?

6.When does your PBX/VOIP support contract expire? 

Response:

1.Skype for Business

2.Approximately how many extensions does the system support across your organisation?

3.Skype for business doesn’t use extensions

4.Updata – Capita

5.None

6.October 2021 


BFRS ref:

67 19/20

Information request:

How is unused foam stored? How is the used foam disposed of after dousing a fire?

When foam is delivered, it is then decanted into fire appliances according to the amount required, any excess foam is stored in the manufacturers container.

Response:

Each appliance holds approx. 100 litres. Foam is stored in the manufacturers container within / over a bund area in case of spillages.

At any incident efforts will be made to contain any foam and restrict its access into water courses following its use. If the contained foam is on a private site / land then at the close of the incident the scene will be handed over to a responsible person for the clear up in close consultation of the environment agency. On public land / highway then the clear up will fall to the local council authority / highways agency again in consultation with the environment agency.


BFRS ref:

66 19/20

Information request:

We are collecting information about what measures Fire and Rescue Services are taking to address the risk of serious compartmentation failure in high rise residential buildings (HRRBs) since the Grenfell Tower Fire of 14 June 2017. 

Below is the information we would like to obtain from you under the Freedom of Information Act. 

1.Evacuation 

a.Any evacuation plans, policies or procedures for HRRBs; 

b.Any actual or proposed amendments to existing evacuation plans, policies or procedures for HRRBs, since 14 June 2017. 

c.Any national guidance (since 14 June 2017) on the obligations, under the FSO, of the responsible person of a HRRB to devise an evacuation plan for residents in the event of fire;

d.Any national guidance (since 14 June 2017), to assist your FRS to devise an evacuation plan for a HRRB involved in fire? 

2.Pre-determined attendance (PDA)

a.Your current PDA for fighting fires in HRRBs;

b.Any actual or proposed amendments to your PDA for HRRBs, since 14 June 2017. 

Please provide copies of relevant documentation (previous/new policies and/or evidence of proposed changes)

3.Multiple FSGs

a.Any operational policies/training for dealing with multiple fire survival guidance calls (FSGs) 

b.Any actual/proposed amendments to FSG policies/training, since 14 June 2017.

Please provide copies of relevant documentation (previous/new policies and/or evidence of proposed changes) 

Response:

Response pending 


BFRS ref:

65 19/20

Information request:

1. How many call outs have you received over the last three years broken down by month?

2. How many house fires were caused as a result of the below during December over the last three years?

Response:

Statistical data can be found on the Home Office website here and therefore is exempt under section 21 of the Act as it includes information accessible to you, the applicant, by other means. The more recent data is exempt under section 22 as this is information intended for future publication.

Source of Fire

2017

2018

Total

Chimney Fire ONLY - No spread

14

4

18

Chimney

 

1

1

Cooking appliance - Cooker incl. oven

4

5

9

Cooking appliance - Deep fat fryer

 

1

1

Cooking appliance - Grill/Toaster

1

1

2

Cooking appliance - Microwave oven

1

1

2

Cooking appliance - Other cooking appliance

1

1

2

Cooking appliance - Ring/hot plate (separate appliance)

1

 

1

Electric lighting - Other incandescent light bulbs

1

 

1

Electric lighting - Other lights

 

1

1

Electric lighting - Spot lights

2

 

2

Electricity supply - Wiring, cabling, plugs

3

5

8

Heating equipment - Central heating/Hot water

1

1

2

Heating equipment - Heating/Fire

 

1

1

Heating equipment - Power Source

 

1

1

Matches and candles - Candles

 

1

1

Naked flame - Lighted paper or card, or other naked flame

1

 

1

Not known

1

1

2

Other domestic style appliance - Tumble dryer

1

 

1

Other domestic style appliance - Washing machine

1

 

1

Smoking

 

 

0

Total

33

25

58


BFRS ref:

64 19/20

Information request:

I have read the public safety document, and I am very impressed by its depth and practical reasoning. I would like to complete the online survey form, however in order to do this please supply the following information:

(1) Total number of whole time firefighters (of all ranks) currently working 

operationally at fire stations.

(2) Total number of other operational firefighters (of all ranks) retained, part

time etc, not including any from (1) above.

(3) Total number of full time officers (ie those that do not man fire engines)

Response:

Further to your request for operational numbers please see below:

1

Station based

178

2

Non station based/PT/Retained/Apprentices

135

3

Officers

33


BFRS ref:

63 19/20

Information request:

It would help me if I could have the following information from you please. I like a list of Fire engines, cars, vans and any buses used by Bucks fire service. I like the informaion in the following way for fire engines I like the call sign and station where it is working, what type of use it is like "Call sign 01 pump 1, Water tender ladder at Dee Road Reading, Fleet no A1 Reg no A123POL. For officer cars the area it works or the station no and area worked plus any fleet no and reg no. Plus the same for all vans and mini buses used and any other vehicle.

Response:

Reg. No.

Vehicle Make/Model/Type

lease company

reg. date

date disposed

K102UJO

Volvo FL617

BFRS owned

29/06/1992

06/10/2016

M485XBW

RENAULT MIDLINER 150 CURTAIN SIDER

BFRS owned

01/08/1994

09/06/2015

P442YWL

MERCEDES WRIGHTS COACHWORKS URBANRANGER

BFRS owned

01/09/1996

02/12/2015

R61YJO

Unimog U2150L/38

BFRS owned

01/12/1997

14/09/2017

R62YJO

Unimog U2150L/38

BFRS owned

01/12/1997

30/11/2017

R243GJO

ERF EC8

BFRS owned

01/06/1998

02/06/2017

S207EUD

ERF EC8

BFRS owned

01/10/1998

11/11/2016

T839RFL

MAN 8.163

BFRS owned

01/05/1999

06/05/2015

V967RJO

Unimog U2150L/38

BFRS owned

01/01/2000

02/04/2019

W656EBW

Volvo FL618

BFRS owned

01/03/2000

11/06/2019

W657EBW

Volvo FL618

BFRS owned

01/03/2000

 

W658EBW

Volvo FL618

BFRS owned

01/03/2000

28/06/2019

X138OFC

Volvo FL626  6X4

BFRS owned

04/09/2000

 

X722OFC

ERF EC8

BFRS owned

03/01/2001

10/05/2018

X723OFC

ERF EC8

BFRS owned

03/01/2001

10/05/2018

Y76MWL

Volvo FL626  FL6H64R 6x4

BFRS owned

01/03/2001

 

Y83MWL

Volvo FL626  FL6H64R 6X4

BFRS owned

01/03/2001

 

OV51FCN

ERF ECS

LOMBARD

01/10/2001

19/12/2017

OV51FCO

ERF ECS

LOMBARD

01/10/2001

15/03/2018

OV51FCP

ERF ECS

LOMBARD

01/10/2001

19/12/2017

OV51FCU

ERF ECS

LOMBARD

01/10/2001

12/03/2018

KU52HLO

Volvo FL250

BFRS owned

01/09/2002

05/10/2018

OU03VOM

Volvo FL250

JCB

01/03/2003

22/08/2018

OE03WXN

Volvo FL250

JCB

01/07/2003

22/03/2018

OE03WXP

Volvo FL250

JCB

01/07/2003

22/03/2018

DG53FYF

MAN - Incident Response Unit

BFRS owned

03/02/2004

06/06/2017

OU04FME

Volvo FL250

BFRS owned

01/04/2004

 

WX54VRG

MAN - USAR hooklift prime-mover

BFRS owned

13/12/2004

 

WX54VRJ

MAN - USAR hooklift prime-mover

BFRS owned

13/12/2004

 

WX54VSM

MAN - USAR hooklift prime-mover

BFRS owned

23/12/2004

 

WX54VUL

MAN 6x4 - hooklift prime-mover

BFRS owned

18/01/2005

 

WX54VVZ

MAN - USAR hooklift prime-mover

BFRS owned

18/01/2005

 

OU05AUF

 B M W 530D SALOON (POLICE SPEC)

LLOYDS TSB AUTOLEASE

25/03/2005

30/06/2007

KX55CRF

VOLVO FM9 6X2 REAR STEER

BFRS owned

22/09/2005

16/02/2015

KD55EHZ

Peugeot 206 1.4HDI van

GE CAPITAL SOLUTIONS

26/10/2005

15/07/2015

KD55ZFE

Peugeot 206 1.4HDI Urban 5-dr

LEX  AUTOLEASE

18/11/2005

29/04/2016

KH55BNN

PEUGEOT EXPERT 900 2.0 HDI (110)

AUTOMOTIVE LEASING

01/12/2005

17/07/2015

KX55PMO

Scania P94 DB4X2NA 260

BFRS owned

19/12/2005

 

KX55PMV

Scania P94 DB4X2NA 260

BFRS owned

21/12/2005

 

KX55PMU

Scania P94 DB4X2NA 260

BFRS owned

21/12/2005

 

NC06CZG

Toyota Yaris T3 1.4D-4D 3-door

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

26/05/2006

15/10/2015

KX06MUB

Scania P270 DB4X2MNA

BFRS owned

30/06/2006

 

KX06MUC

Scania P270 DB4X2MNA

BFRS owned

18/07/2006

 

KH06ZZA

Peugeot Expert 2.0HDI (110) 8V

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

19/07/2006

30/09/2015

KJ56HHC

PEUGEOT 206 VERVE 1.4 HDI 5-DOOR

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

08/09/2006

06/11/2015

KX56CVW

Scania P270 DB4X2MNA

BFRS owned

28/09/2006

 

EU56GHY

Bobcat

BFRS owned

18/10/2006

 

KD56CZZ

PEUGEOT 206 1.4HDi URBAN 5-DR

AUTOMOTIVE LEASING

09/11/2006

04/11/2015

OU56EFH

VAUXHALL CORSA DESIGN 1.3CDTi 5-DR

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

15/11/2006

05/01/2016

OU56FWE

VAUXHALL CORSA DESIGN 1.3CDTi 5-DR

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

01/12/2006

03/11/2015

OU56FVL

VAUXHALL CORSA DESIGN 1.3CDTi 5-DR

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

01/12/2006

24/07/2015

OU07HBX

Vauxhall Corsa Police 1.3CDTI 5-dr

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

09/05/2007

08/05/2015

OU07JWG

Vauxhall Corsa 1.3 CDTI Police (06 MY model)

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

01/07/2007

07/04/2017

OU07JWJ

Vauxhall Corsa 1.3 CDTi Police (06 MY model)

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

01/07/2007

03/11/2015

OU07JWL

Vauxhall Corsa 1.3 CDTi Police (06 MY model)

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

01/07/2007

13/09/2016

OU07JWM

Vauxhall Corsa 1.3 CDTi Police (06 MY model)

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

01/07/2007

03/11/2015

OU07JWN

Vauxhall Corsa 1.3 CDTi Police (06 MY model)

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

01/07/2007

07/11/2017

OU07JWO

Vauxhall Corsa 1.3 CDTi Police (06 MY model)

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

01/07/2007

23/04/2018

OU07KFL

Vauxhall Corsa 1.3 CDTi Police (06 MY model)

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

01/07/2007

29/11/2017

OU57YNK

Peugeot Boxer 335 L3H2 2.2HDi 120 panel van

AUTOMOTIVE LEASING

01/09/2007

30/07/2015

KX57TWJ

Scania P270DB4X2MNA

BFRS owned

17/12/2007

 

KX57TWK

Scania P270DB4X2MNA

BFRS owned

17/12/2007

 

KX57TWL

Scania P270DB4X2MNA

BFRS owned

17/12/2007

 

OV08GFE

PEUGEOT EXPERT TEPEE COMFORT 8/9 SEATS 120 HDi

LEX  AUTOLEASE

16/04/2008

03/11/2015

OV08WZB

Peugeot Partner van LX 600 1.6HDi 90

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

19/05/2008

01/03/2016

OV08WYU

Peugeot Expert L2H2 2.0HDi 120 van

AUTOMOTIVE LEASING

25/05/2008

02/12/2015

OU58CMF

Mitsubishi L200 2.5DI-D 4 Life double-cab

BFRS owned

01/09/2008

 

OU58CMK

MitsubishiI L200 2.5 DI-D 4 Life double-cab

BFRS owned

01/09/2008

 

OU58CMY

Vauxhall Corsavan Base 1.3CDTi 16v 75PS 5SPD

LEX  AUTOLEASE

03/09/2008

28/09/2015

OU58EDP

MitsubishiI L200 2.5 DI-D 4 Life double-cab

BFRS owned

25/10/2008

10/04/2019

OU58EDR

MitsubishiI L200 2.5 DI-D 4 Life double-cab

BFRS owned

25/10/2008

10/04/2019

OU58EDV

MitsubishiI L200 2.5 DI-D 4 Life double-cab

BFRS owned

25/10/2008

10/04/2019

OU58EXX

Vauxhall Corsa Police 1.3 CDTi 5-dr

LEX  AUTOLEASE

17/11/2008

12/04/2017

KX58MXA

Scania P270 DB4X2MNA

BFRS owned

18/02/2009

 

KX58MXB

Scania P270 DB4X2MNA

BFRS owned

18/02/2009

 

OU09GXF

Vauxhall Astra Estate Life  1.7CDTi 16v 110PS ecoFLEX

BFRS owned

24/07/2009

31/01/2019

OU09GXG

Vauxhall Astra Estate Life  1.7CDTi 16v 110PS ecoFLEX

BFRS owned

24/07/2009

31/01/2019

OU09GXJ

Vauxhall Astra Estate Life  1.7CDTi 16v 110PS ecoFLEX

BFRS owned

24/07/2009

26/09/2016

OU09GXK

Vauxhall Astra Estate Life  1.7CDTi 16v 110PS ecoFLEX

BFRS owned

24/07/2009

31/01/2019

OU09HPY

Vauxhall Astra Estate Life  1.7CDTi 16v 110PS ecoFLEX

BFRS owned

24/07/2009

12/11/2018

OU09HPZ

Vauxhall Astra Estate Life  1.7CDTi 16v 110PS ecoFLEX

BFRS owned

24/07/2009

14/01/2019

KX59JHH

Scania P270 DB4X2MNA

BFRS owned

23/12/2009

 

KX59JHJ

Scania P270 DB4X2MNA

BFRS owned

23/12/2009

 

KX59JHK

Scania P270 DB4X2MNA

BFRS owned

23/12/2009

 

OU10AEP

Mitsubishi L200 2.5 DI-D 4 Life double cab

BFRS owned

01/03/2010

08/10/2018

OU10AEV

MitsubishiI L200 2.5 DI-D 4 Life double-cab

BFRS owned

01/03/2010

10/04/2019

OU10EDR

Mercedes Sprinter 519CDI extra long high roof

BFRS owned

22/04/2010

 

OU10EDP

Mercedes Sprinter 519CDI extra long high roof

BFRS owned

22/04/2010

 

OU10FLR

Mercedes Sprinter 516CDI MWB 4x4 crew van

BFRS owned

11/05/2010

 

OU10FLP

Mercedes Sprinter 516CDI MWB 4x4 crew van

BFRS owned

20/05/2010

 

OU10HKM

Honda CRV ES-T 2.2i-DTEC

LEX AUTOLEASE

10/07/2010

09/05/2018

OU10HYR

Vauxhall Combo 2000 1.3CDTi van

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

01/08/2010

04/04/2017

OU10HYP

Vauxhall Combo 2000 1.3CDTi van

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

01/08/2010

28/03/2017

OU60CEF

Honda CRV ES-T 2.2i-DTEC

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

01/09/2010

25/06/2015

OU60CEA

Honda Civic Si 2.2i-CTDi 5-door

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

01/09/2010

29/10/2015

OU60CJX

Honda CRV ES-T 2.2i-DTEC

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

24/09/2010

24/04/2015

OU60DFJ

Honda CRV ES-T 2.2i-DTEC

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

12/10/2010

20/03/2015

OU60DFK

Honda CRV ES-T 2.2i-DTEC

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

12/10/2010

14/04/2015

OU60EXO

Honda Accord 2.2i-DTEC Type S saloon

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

13/12/2010

19/02/2015

OU60EYL

Vauxhall Zafira 1.9CDTi (150) Elite

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

24/12/2010

13/05/2015

OU60EYW

Honda CR-V ES-T 2.2i-DTEC

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

24/12/2010

04/02/2016

OU60FNZ

Honda CR-V ES 2.2i-DTEC

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

24/01/2011

11/01/2016

KX11BCZ

Scania P320/Metz L32A Turntable Ladder

BFRS owned

01/03/2011

 

KX11OHP

Scania P285DB4X2MNA

BFRS owned

05/08/2011

 

KX11OHR

Scania P285DB4X2MNA

BFRS owned

05/08/2011

 

OU61EJE

Vauxhall Astra Sports Tourer Exclusiv 1.7CDTi EcoFlex

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

07/11/2011

11/05/2015

KR62XNV

Audi A6 Avant S Line 2.0 TDI 177PS 6 speed

BFRS owned

01/02/2013

08/04/2015

KR62XNU

Audi A6 Avant S Line 2.0 TDI 177PS 6 speed

BFRS owned

01/02/2013

16/09/2016

KN13RXH

Audi Q7 3.0 TDI 204 Quattro SE 5-dr Tiptronic

BFRS owned

15/03/2013

24/02/2015

KM13NDK

Audi Q5 SE 2.0 TDI Quattro 177PS S-Tronic

BFRS owned

23/04/2013

02/08/2016

KM13NDY

Audi Q5 SE 2.0 TDI Quattro 177PS S-Tronic

BFRS owned

30/04/2013

05/10/2016

KS13FSO

Audi Q7 3.0 TDI 204 Quattro SE 5-dr Tiptronic

BFRS owned

18/06/2013

28/06/2017

OU63KOJ

Honda Civic EX 1.6i-DTEC

LEX AUTOLEASE

30/09/2013

07/09/2017

OU63KPE

Honda Civic EX 1.6i-DTEC

LEX AUTOLEASE

30/09/2013

13/11/2017

OU63YHN

Honda CR-V SE-T 2.2i-DTEC

LEX AUTOLEASE

10/10/2013

03/11/2017

OY63FRN

Honda CR-V SE-T 2.2i-DTEC

LEX AUTOLEASE

16/10/2013

01/02/2019

OY63XAG

Honda Civic ES 1.6i-DTEC 5-door

LEX AUTOLEASE

29/10/2013

11/01/2016

OY63YXL

Nissan Qashqai 1.5 dCi Acenta 5-dr manual

LEX AUTOLEASE

19/11/2013

09/03/2017

OV63TWJ

Honda CRV SE-T 1.6i-DTEC 5-dr 2WD

LEX AUTOLEASE

03/12/2013

16/01/2019

OE63EZH

Honda Civic ES-T 1.6i-DTEC 5-door

LEX AUTOLEASE

31/12/2013

21/07/2017

OV63TWE

Honda Civic EX 1.6i-DTEC 5-door

LEX AUTOLEASE

31/12/2013

06/01/2016

KX63TVN

Volkswagen Polo 1.2TDI Bluemotion 5-dr hatch

LEX AUTOLEASE

15/01/2014

11/01/2016

WM63AZW

VW Golf diesel Hatchback 2.0TDI GT 5-dr

LEX AUTOLEASE

07/02/2014

05/02/2019

OE63WGV

Nissan Qashqai

LEX AUTOLEASE

12/02/2014

04/04/2019

LT14UZK

VW Polo 1.2TDI Bluemotion

LEX AUTOLEASE

07/03/2014

17/08/2017

KU14OHX

Audi A3 Sportback 2.0TDI SE 5-dr

LEX AUTOLEASE

07/03/2014

08/02/2016

LF14SKK

BMW X3 2.0d SE 5-door

LEX AUTOLEASE

14/03/2014

25/02/2016

KN14ZVF

Skoda Superb Estate 2.0TDI CR 140 Laurin + Klement

LEX AUTOLEASE

11/04/2014

11/08/2017

KV14VHU

Audi Q5 SE 2.0 TDI Quattro 177PS S-Tronic

BFRS owned

17/04/2014

02/01/2018

KV14VHY

Audi A3 Sportback 2.0TDI SE 5-dr

LEX AUTOLEASE

02/05/2014

13/04/2017

YB14VPF

Ford Mondeo 2.0TDCi (163) Titanium X Business 5-dr hatch

LEX AUTOLEASE

25/07/2014

14/11/2018

FX64HUZ

Mercedes C220  BlueTEC AMG Line 4 door auto

LEX AUTOLEASE

18/09/2014

23/10/2018

KX64CDE

Scania P320 / Metz L32A XS Turntable Ladder

BFRS owned

20/10/2014

 

OV64HPJ

Honda CRV SE-T 1.6i-DTEC 2WD

LEX AUTOLEASE

03/11/2014

05/01/2017

HN64NJZ

Kia Ceed 1.6Crdi 2 Ecodynamics 5 dr Diesel Hatchback

LEX AUTOLEASE

30/11/2014

03/05/2018

KM64XOY

Audi A3 Sportback 1.6 TDI (110) SE 5-door

LEX AUTOLEASE

18/12/2014

11/01/2016

RJ64DYV

Audi Q3 2.0 TDI SE

LEX AUTOLEASE

26/01/2015

15/07/2016

KS64KNJ

Audi A4 Avant SE 2.0 TDIe

LEX AUTOLEASE

09/02/2015

20/05/2019

OU15YNJ

Honda CRV 1.6i-DTEC SE 2WD Navi Man

LEX AUTOLEASE

16/04/2015

23/01/2019

KY66WYM

Audi A6 Avant S Line 2.0TDI ultra 190PS S tronic

BFRS owned

12/09/2016

 

OU66LWY

MAN TGM 13.250 EURO6 4x4

BFRS owned

22/09/2016

 

OU66LWZ

MAN TGM 13.250 EURO6 4x4

BFRS owned

22/09/2016

 

OU66LXA

MAN TGM 13.250 EURO6 4x4

BFRS owned

22/09/2016

 

SF66LYU

Iveco Daily 70C17 4x4

BFRS owned

01/02/2017

 

KX17MXB

Volvo FL 42R

BFRS owned

01/06/2017

 

KX17MXC

Volvo FL 42R

BFRS owned

01/06/2017

 

KX17MXE

Volvo FL 42R

BFRS owned

07/07/2017

 

KX17MXF

Volvo FL 42R

BFRS owned

07/07/2017

 

KX67EGF

Scania P280 DB4X2 MNA

BFRS owned

24/09/2017

 

KX67EGJ

Scania P280 DB4X2 MNA

BFRS owned

24/09/2017

 

KP67HYK

Volvo FL 42R

BFRS owned

09/10/2017

 

KP67HYL

Volvo FL 42R

BFRS owned

09/10/2017

 

KP67HYM

Volvo FL 42R

BFRS owned

09/10/2017

 

KP67HYN

Volvo FL 42R

BFRS owned

09/10/2017

 

OY18ETZ

Nissan Qashqai 1.5dCi Acenta Smart Vision Tech Pack 5-dr

LEX AUTOLEASE

27/03/2018

01/05/2019

KU18WVF

VW Transporter

BFRS owned

03/08/2018

 

KO68FUB

Volvo FL 42R

BFRS owned

13/12/2018

 

KO68FUE

Volvo FL 42R

BFRS owned

13/12/2018

 

BX19CWU

Citroen Dispatch XL 1400 Crew Van 2.0 BlueHDi Enterprise

LEX AUTOLEASE

20/05/2019

 

OE19ZHD

Nissan Qashqai 1.5 Dci [115] Acenta Premium

LEX AUTOLEASE

20/05/2019

 

OE19ZHF

Nissan Qashqai 1.5 Dci [115] Acenta Premium

LEX AUTOLEASE

03/06/2019

 

KL19TSX

Volvo FL 42R

BFRS owned

01/07/2019

 

KL19TSY

Volvo FL 42R

BFRS owned

01/07/2019

 

The information has been redacted to remove details of any vehicle which is not badged.  Details of vehicles that are lease cars for the use of employees and their families is exempt under sections 38(1) and 40 of the Freedom Of Information Act 2000 (the Act).  Section 38 is the Health and safety exemption when its disclosure under this Act would, or would be likely to endanger the physical or mental health of any individual, or endanger the safety of any individual. Individuals may be at risk of attack if the vehicle is identified as a Fire and Rescue Service vehicle. Section 40 is the personal information exemption. This applies to personally identifiable information such as details of a vehicle a person drives. Details of call signs are not published as this information is exempt under section 24 as we consider this to be a potential risk to national security whereby a vehicle can be “cloned” and act as a Trojan to gain access to restricted areas. Pool cars that are not badged are exempt under Section 38. Section 21 is an exemption for information that is accessible by other means. As we publish details of our red fleet on our website.

Therefore please accept this as a partial refusal notice under section 17 of the Act. 


BFRS ref:

62 19/20

Information request:

Please can you provide the following information. For the last three calendar years 2016, 2017, 2018. The number and % of all employees who are registered as severely sight impaired (blind) or sight impaired (partially sighted including any who have left in year. 

Response:

Further to your request for information about employees who are registered as severely sight impaired (blind) or sight impaired (partially sighted including any who have left in year, I can confirm that we have no record of any individuals who meet this criteria. That is not to say we do not have any employees who would meet the criteria only that we have no written records of anyone declaring this.


BFRS ref:

61 19/20

Information request:

Please tell me the total number of incidents each station attended in 2018/2019?

Response:

Station

Number of Incidents Attended

Great Holm

1274

Bletchley

1059

Broughton

1045

Newport Pagnell

491

Olney

16

Aylesbury

1187

Buckingham

383

Winslow

29

Brill

29

Waddesdon

23

Haddenham

9

Amersham

496

Chesham

5

High Wycombe

1589

Princes Risborough

16

Stokenchurch

0

Marlow

31

Beaconsfield

603

Gerrards Cross

525


BFRS ref:

60 19/20 and 59 19/20

Information request:

I request the following invoice payment information from your Accounts Payable department:

Data for every invoice paid to trade suppliers between April 1 2015 – March 31 2019 that took longer than 30 days to pay.

To define this further, invoices where the payment date is greater than 30 days from the invoice date. Excluding any payments not supported by an invoice, eg those made to individuals or that are paid to businesses that have not submitted an invoice. 

Response:

Supplier name

Invoice date

Date invoice was paid

Date entered into system

Invoice gross value

System reference

Supplier reference

Supplier postcode

Invoice net value

Invoice VAT value

Aggregate Ind Uk Ltd T/S Spadeoak

27-Feb-2018

13-Apr-2018

08-Mar-2018

6,734.40

0000004236

200002436

HP10 0PD

5,612.00

1,122.40

Antac Support Service

26-Jul-2016

01-Sep-2016

29-Jul-2016

458.57

4100029987

44013

HP13 5SQ

382.14

76.43

Calor Gas Limited

01-Sep-2015

22-Oct-2015

01-Sep-2015

48.26

4100026459

26729235

CV34 6RL

45.96

2.30

Calor Gas Limited

01-Sep-2015

22-Oct-2015

01-Sep-2015

48.26

4100026460

27011480

CV34 6RL

45.96

2.30

English Braids Ltd

31-Mar-2018

13-Apr-2018

23-Feb-2018

226.20

0000004145

SIN052614

WR14 2AL

188.50

37.70

Fire Training Bucks & MK Ltd

18-Oct-2016

12-Jan-2017

18-Oct-2016

180.00

4100031781

899

HP19 8DJ

150.00

30.00

Inphase Limited

02-Oct-2015

05-Nov-2015

02-Oct-2015

2520.00

4100026333

INPUK3787

SL9 7QE

2100.00

420.00

Insight Direct (Uk) Ltd

10-Jun-2018

22-Jun-2018

17-May-2018

216.00

0000005300

3861785

UB8 1PH

180.00

36.00

Lee Valley leisure Trust

25-Nov-2016

05-Jan-2017

25-Nov-2016

168.96

4100031657

SL2-I0059318

EN2 9HG

140.80

28.16

TGM

31-Oct-2017

05-Jan-2018

20-Nov-2017

906.73

0000002692

0000027978

DL6 2NW

755.61

151.12

The Chiltern Florists

30-Nov-2016

12-Jan-2017

30-Nov-2016

43.99

4100031645

84009

HP9 2PB

35.00

8.99

The Consortium

30-Nov-2016

05-Jan-2017

30-Nov-2016

118.33

4100031656

BB506380/B531501

BA14 8RR

107.76

10.57

Ultimate Supplies

21-Dec-2016

26-Jan-2017

21-Dec-2016

119.42

4100031672

67899

HP13 6EQ

99.52

19.90

Volvo Group Uk Limited

03-May-2017

01-Sep-2017

20-Jul-2017

137.53

0000000269

1195867-11

CV34 5YA

114.61

22.92

Weber Rescue Uk Ltd

30-Jun-2018

13-Jul-2018

17-May-2018

174.91

0000005387

19-R1111

CO9 2EX

145.76

29.15

Weber Rescue Uk Ltd

30-Sep-2017

13-Oct-2017

16-Aug-2017

1,407.00

0000001605

18-R1319

CO9 2EX

1,172.50

234.50

Wurth Uk Ltd

15-Sep-2018

28-Sep-2018

14-Aug-2018

24.86

0000006532

4033941137

DA18 4AE

20.72

4.14


BFRS ref:

58 19/20

Information request:

This is a request for information under the Freedom if Information Act 2000, seeking to establish the ratio of rank and file firefighters to more senior staff within your fire service and how that has changed over time.

Please list the number of people employed by your service (including whole time, part time and retained), broken down by rank or equivalent role*, as at the 6th April 2019, 2009 and 1999**.

Response:

Further to your request for information seeking to establish the ratio of rank and file firefighters to more senior staff within your fire service and how that has changed over time. Owing to changes in the systems we used we do not have access to data of this type other than for 2019 therefore this information is not held. 

Role (or rank equivalent)

06/04/2019 – number of personnel

Firefighter

200

Crew manager

56

Watch manager

37

Station manager

21

Group manager,

6

Area manager

2

Asst Brigade Manager

 

Deputy Brigade Manager

 

Brigade Manager

1

 

1


BFRS Ref:

57 19/20

Information request:

How long (in weeks) is your basic or initial training package for new wholetime firefighter recruits?

If there is any confusion over the phrase "basic or initial training" please indicate the amount of time it normally takes to train a new, wholetime firefighter recruits to the point where they can attend operational emergency calls.

Response:

I can confirm the our current wholetime firefighter recruit course, which from a BFRS perspective is the apprentice Firefighter Development Programme (FFDP) is 11 weeks, with an additional one week induction at the beginning. 


BFRS Ref:

56 19/20

Information request:

I am looking for some assistance with your organisation’s Spend/Transparency data, available on the following weblink: 

https://bucksfire.gov.uk/fire-authority/financial-information/spend-over-500/

There appears to be no file available for the month of July 2019. Could you advise when the file will be made available to view online? Would it be possible for you to email me a copy of the July 2019 file?

Response:

Thank-you for your request for information about transparency data, which I have considered under the terms of the Freedom of Information Act 2000. This information is published quarterly. The Local Government Transparency Code 2015 requires data to be published no later than one month after the relevant quarter and therefore under section 22 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 the Authority is exempt from providing information that we intend to publish at a future date. Therefore please accept this as a refusal notice.


BFRS Ref:

55 19/20

Information request:

I request the following information under the Freedom of Information Act 2000. My request relates to alternative delivery models used by the council as of September 17, 2019. Specifically, can you list:

(1) All Local Authority Trading Companies owned by the authority, including the following details:

(a)The name of the company

(b)Company number

(c) Date of incorporation

(d)Services provided/purpose

(2) All Public Service Mutuals (PSM) connected to the authority, including the following details:

(a) The name of the PSM 

(b) The date it was created

(c) Any other stakeholders formally involved

(d) Services provided/purpose

(3) All outsourced services, including the following details:

(a) The name of the service

(b) The date on which it was outsourced

(c) The organisation(s) that operates the contract

(d) The length of the contract

(e) The annual cost to the council of the contract

(4) All joint ventures entered into by the authority, including the following details: 

(a)The name of the venture

(b)The date on which it began

(c) The other organisation(s) involved

(d) The services provided/purpose

Response:

In answer to the above question responses as follows:

1a) Buckinghamshire Law Plus Ltd

1b) Incorporated on 27 November 2013 Dissolved on 19 June 2018

1c) Buckinghamshire County Council

1d) Solicitors

There is further information accessible here: https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/08792177/filing-history

2(a)Thames Valley Fire Control Service

2b) 22 April 2015 

2(c) Oxfordshire County Council, Royal Berkshire Fire Authoirty

2(d) A single joint emergency call handling, mobilising and resource management centre

3 (a)Fire & Rescue Indemnity Company Limited (FRIC)

3(b)1 November 2015 (Bucks Fire joined 1 April 2019)

3 (c)Essex, Kent, Cambridgeshire, Cheshire, Devon & Somerset, Royal Berkshire, Leicestershire, Hampshire, Bedfordshire and East Sussex fire and rescue services

3(d)To provide indemnity for Members against risks normally fully covered by a traditional insurance company

More info is available here if required. 


BFRS Ref:

54 19/20

Information request:

This is an Freedom of Information request to better understand fire services' use of National Operational Learning, as described here.

1.Has your service appointed a single point of contact (SPoC) for national operational learning (NOL), as recommended in these guidelines?

2.If so, when were they appointed? If more than one person has held the position please indicate when the first person was appointed.

3.How many learning incidents has your SPoC (or your FRS) shared through the national operatioanl learning platform?

If you have not appointed a SPoC for learning please indicate why.

Response:

Further to your request for information on national operational learning:

1.Yes

2.The single point of contact within BFRS is not one specific person, instead it is the Operational Assurance Team, who have undertaken this role since September 2017. 

3.One

4.Not applicable. 


BFRS Ref:

53 19/20

Information request:

Information relating to staff absence due to mental health.

I would like figures by financial year for the number of firefighters and civilian employees absent due to mental health related illness within your fire service.

London Fire Brigade responded to a similar request in January 2018 (see disclosure log FOIA3550.1, at https://www.london-fire.gov.uk/media/3217/foia35501.pdf). I would be grateful, if at all possible, if you could follow the same format for your response to this information request, and trust this is also easier for you.

A further reason for asking for the information in this format is so that I can collate it on a national level more easily.

[Further information: in FOIA response 3550.1, London Fire Brigade gave a table, by financial year (for 2009/10, 2010/11 and 2017/18) with details of number of cases of absence due to mental health (“stress, anxiety and depression related illness”), a column with an unexplained acroynm (“LWD”), which I assume is total number of days lost, and contextual columns detailing maximum days available, and average number of staff.]

Please can you update this information with the following:

1.2018/19 data on number of cases, number of days of absence, total days and total average staff, as per the methodology of the previous response.

2.If there is time without exceeding time limits (Section 12), please also provide data for the financial years 2011/12 through to 2015/16.

3.Please explain/clarify as necessary the “LWD” column, and please provide any further context or explanation on methodology that you deem helpful/necessary. 

If you need any further information from me in order to deal with my request, please contact me via danielanthonydouglas@gmail.com 

If you are encountering practical difficulties with complying with this request, please contact me as soon as possible (in line with your section 16 duty to ‘advise and assist’ requesters) so that we can discuss the matter and, if necessary, I can modify the request. If you believe the request may qualify for exemption under time limits (section 12 exemption), please feel free to get in touch and we can discuss a way to adjust the task to make it more manageable.  

If you are able to supply some of this information more quickly than other items, please supply each item when you can rather than delay everything until it is all available. 

If it is necessary for any reason to redact any information, please redact the minimum necessary and send me the rest of the material, explaining the legal grounds for each redaction.

I am sending this request under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), to ask for the following information:

Information relating to staff absence due to mental health.

I would like figures by financial year for the number of firefighters and civilian employees absent due to mental health related illness within your fire service.

London Fire Brigade responded to a similar request in January 2018 (see disclosure log FOIA3550.1, at https://www.london-fire.gov.uk/media/3217/foia35501.pdf). I would be grateful, if at all possible, if you could follow the same format for your response to this information request, and trust this is also easier for you.

A further reason for asking for the information in this format is so that I can collate it on a national level more easily.

[Further information: in FOIA response 3550.1, London Fire Brigade gave a table, by financial year (for 2009/10, 2010/11 and 2017/18) with details of number of cases of absence due to mental health (“stress, anxiety and depression related illness”), a column with an unexplained acroynm (“LWD”), which I assume is total number of days lost, and contextual columns detailing maximum days available, and average number of staff.]

Please can you update this information with the following: 

1.2018/19 data on number of cases, number of days of absence, total days and total average staff, as per the methodology of the previous response.

2.If there is time without exceeding time limits (Section 12), please also provide data for the financial years 2011/12 through to 2015/16.

3.Please explain/clarify as necessary the “LWD” column, and please provide any further context or explanation on methodology that you deem helpful/necessary.

If you need any further information from me in order to deal with my request, please contact me via danielanthonydouglas@gmail.com

If you are encountering practical difficulties with complying with this request, please contact me as soon as possible (in line with your section 16 duty to ‘advise and assist’ requesters) so that we can discuss the matter and, if necessary, I can modify the request. If you believe the request may qualify for exemption under time limits (section 12 exemption), please feel free to get in touch and we can discuss a way to adjust the task to make it more manageable.  

If you are able to supply some of this information more quickly than other items, please supply each item when you can rather than delay everything until it is all available.

If it is necessary for any reason to redact any information, please redact the minimum necessary and send me the rest of the material, explaining the legal grounds for each redaction.

Response:

There appears to be a problem with the url in your letter and it is not opening. If you wish to send me a copy of the spreadsheet?/table? headers I will see if we can use it.

Meanwhile, just to ensure I have understood your request:

1.       2018/19 data on number of cases, number of days of absence, total days and total average staff, as per the methodology of the previous response. (Subject to me understanding what these headers are)

2.       If there is time without exceeding time limits (Section 12), please also provide data for the financial years 2011/12 through to 2015/16.

3.       Please explain/clarify as necessary the “LWD” column, and please provide any further context or explanation on methodology that you deem helpful/necessary.  – This is something you need to ask London Fire about as it is there spreadsheet / table.

Please provide clarification within 40 working days. If you wish to contact me further regarding this request please quote reference 53.


BFRS Ref:

52 19/20

Information request:

Please could you list the fire engines in your service, specifying the year, make, model and how much they cost to procure. 

In the case of lease vehicles please indicate the total cost for comparison, once all the payments are made.

The phrase "fire engines" is meant to denote all pumps, pump ladders, aerial platforms and fire rescue units etc.

Response:

Unfortunately we were unable to locate data for a few of the older vehicles so please accept this as information not held. The procurement of Volvo’s is as part of an ongoing contract and consider this information is exempt under Section 43(2) of the Freedom of Information Act as it is commercially sensitive. Section 43(2) exempts information whose disclosure would, or would be likely to, prejudice the commercial interests of any person (an individual, a company, the public authority itself or any other legal entity). In reaching this conclusion, as Section 43 is a qualified 3xemption, we have applied the public Interest test. In applying the public interest test we have weighed the public’s legitimate interest in the spending of public money against the need to obtain the best service for our residents. In that regard we feel that the weight of public interest falls on the side of non-disclosure.


BFRS Ref:

51 19/20

Information request:

This is a freedom of information request to assess the number of suicides among serving and former firefighters. Firefighter refers to anyone who was, or had previously been an operational frontline firefighter.

Please can you provide the number of your firefighters who have committed suicide each year since 1988, or as far back as the service has records. If the service has merged, please provide data for its constituent services prior to the merger.

For each year, please also state the total headcount of firefighters for that year. The date of the headcount is up to you.

Response:

I can advise you that we do not have data on suicides once people are no longer in our employment. 


BFRS Ref: 

50 19/20 

Information Request:

1. Please provide the most up to date information for the number of whole time (full time) firefighters who have registered second jobs? 

2. What are those jobs?

3. Please provide the most up to date information for the number of whole time (full time) firefighters who have not registered second jobs?

4. Please could you also indicate how many firefighters are either part time/respond to pager alerts for emergencies only.

Response:

1. 96

2: 

  • Associate Instructor 
  • Associate Trainer Assistant
  • Builder/Construction
  • Carpenter
  • Casual Community Safety
  • Casual Fire Setters
  • Chauffer Driving
  • Chimney Sweep and Stove Installations
  • Cleaning Services
  • Commercial Drone Operator
  • Consultant
  • Co-Responder
  • On Call 
  • Painter and Decorator
  • Electrician
  • Farming
  • Fire Cover
  • Garden Maintenance
  • Heating and Gas Engineer
  • Health & Fitness
  • Junior Fire Fit
  • LGV Driver
  • Motor Vehicle Technician
  • RMT On Call 
  • Roofing
  • Safety Marshall
  • Special Constable
  • Stairlift Engineer
  • Website design/graphic design 

3. 148 

4. 

  • On Call78
  • Day crewing element27
  • Co-responder7

 


BFRS Ref:

49 19/20 

Information Request:

I am keen to understand how requests for information are handled by Fire and Rescue Services, especially those with a legal/statutory obligation (eg SAR, FOI, EIR, DPA):

How many requests do you receive per annum

What IT resources are used to help with management/tracking, reporting, auditing, redaction, etc

Are these decided by each Fire & Rescue Service or are they provided as part of a National resource?

Response:

The disclosure log for Freedom of Information requests can be found here. Therefore this is exempt under section 21. Section 21 is information accessible to applicant by other means.

The number of subject- access or environmental information requests received are negligible. 

Requests are received through a number of channels –through our website, directly to me or other employees and managed on an excel spreadsheet. Requests for IT , Finance or HR data are sent to the relevant help desk - but these are not specifically for the receipt of statutory requests.

There is no national Fire & Rescue Service database for these requests. 


BFRS Ref:

48 19/20 

Information Request:

I would like a list of all purchases of vehicles by Buckinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service since 24th June 2016, broken down by manufacturer and vehicle type.

Response:

Further to your request:

001 OU66LWY RP - MAN 4X4 MAN TGM 13.250 EURO6 4x4 BFRS own2e2d-Sep-2016

002 OU66LWZ RP - MAN 4X4 MAN TGM 13.250 EURO6 4x4 BFRS own2e2d-Sep-2016

003 OU66LXA RP - MAN 4X4 MAN TGM 13.250 EURO6 4x4 BFRS own2e2d-Sep-2016

004 SF66LYU IVECO DAILY 4X4 Iveco Daily 70C17 4x4 BFRS own0e1d-Feb-2017

005 KX67EGF SCANIA CURTAIN SIDER Scania P280 DB4X2 MNA BFRS own2e4d-Sep-2017

006 KX67EGJ SCANIA CURTAIN SIDER Scania P280 DB4X2 MNA BFRS own2e4d-Sep-2017

008 KO68FUB R.P. – VOLVO FL 42R BFRS own1e3d-Dec-2018

009 KO68FUE R.P. – VOLVO FL 42R BFRS own1e3d-Dec-2018

010 KL19TSX R.P. – VOLVO FL 42R BFRS own0e1d-Jul-2019

011 KL19TSY R.P. – VOLVO FL 42R BFRS own0e1d-Jul-2019

012 KX17MXB R.P. – VOLVO FL 42R BFRS own0e1d-Jun-2017

013 KX17MXC R.P. – VOLVO FL 42R BFRS own0e1d-Jun-2017

018 KX17MXE R.P. – VOLVO FL 42R BFRS own0e7d-Jul-2017

019 KX17MXF R.P. – VOLVO FL 42R BFRS own0e7d-Jul-2017

021 KP67HYK R.P. – VOLVO FL 42R BFRS own0e9d-Oct-2017

022 KP67HYL R.P. – VOLVO FL 42R BFRS own0e9d-Oct-2017

024 KP67HYM R.P. – VOLVO FL 42R BFRS own0e9d-Oct-2017

025 KP67HYN R.P. – VOLVO FL 42R BFRS own0e9d-Oct-2017

308 KU18WVF K9 - VW TRANSPORTER BFRS own0e3d-Aug-2018

669 KY66WYM AUDI A6 AVANT 2.0TDI S Line 2.0TDI ultra 190PS S tronic BFRS own1e2d-Sep-2016

670 KX66XAP AUDI SQ5 3.0 TDI Quattro 326 PS Tiptronic BFRS own2e6d-Sep-2016

671 KT66KKV AUDI Q7 3.0TDI Quattro 218PS tiptronic BFRS own1e8d-Jan-2017

672 KW17VWX AUDI A4 2.0TDI saloon Sport Ultra 2.0 TDI 150PS S-tronicBFRS own2e8d-Jun-2017

673 KR67BXV AUDI Q5 2.0TDI SE 2.0TDI Quattro 190PS S-Tronic BFRS own2e2d-Nov-2017

Total No. of Vehicles 24

 


BFRS Ref:

47 19/20

Information Request:

I am writing to submit a freedom of information request regarding information you hold in relation to the Fire & Rescue Service’s Firefighter Pension Scheme.

I’d be grateful if you could supply the following information:

1.The number of Personal Savings Statements issued to members of your Firefighter Pension Scheme who’ve exceeded the annual allowance in the 2017/18 and 2018/19 tax years.

2.The number of LTA charges incurred by scheme members of your Firefighter Pension Scheme in 2017/18 and 2018/19 tax years.

3.The total cash value of the Scheme Pays charges paid by your Firefighter Pension scheme to HMRC for 2014/15, 2015/16, 2016/17 and 2017/18.

If you administer more than one Fire & Rescue Service’s Pension scheme, I’d be grateful if you could confirm the names of all the Fire & Rescue services the data provided covers.

Response:
Please note that the statutory deadline for Annual Benefit Statement production is 31 August. This is the process which produces the Annual Allowance growth figures. The statutory deadline for supplying the Pension Savings Statement is then 6th October. Therefore information for this period is not held.
 

Year

Pension Savings Statements

Scheme Pays election

Scheme Pays tax charge

LTA charges

 

2014/15

6

0

£94826.55

2

 

2015/16

3

4

£106002.24

0

 

2016/17

7

3

£87669.20

0

 

2017/18

11

7

£104224.39

0

 

BFRS Ref:

46 19/20

Information Request:

How many times have staff requested permission to appear in television programmes in the last 2yrs

How many of the number who requested permission were granted permission 

Please provide a list of all TV shows that staff were refused permission to appear in.

Please provide a list of all TV shows that staff are banned from appearing in. 

Response:

Further to your request for information about employee requests to appear on TV shows, I can confirm that we have no records of any requests being made. Therefore this is information not held. 


BFRS Ref:

45 19/20

Information Request:

I am writing to request your assistance relating to the various pay scales within the fire and rescue service for a research project - “Developing Subnational Purchasing Power Parities for the United Kingdom” – undertaken at Birmingham City University (and part funded with a grant from the ONS).

Specifically, I would like to find out the number of staff in each employment band and the average salary paid in each band. Also, if you could include both the figures with and without national insurance and any regional allowances you use that would be most helpful.

Response:

Thank-you for your request for information about pay scales in the Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service, which I am dealing with under the terms of the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

National insurance contributions are available here.

Operational pay scales can be found here

Our support staff pay scales can be found here.


BFRS Ref:

44 19/20

Information Request:

Please can you supply the following information :Vehicle registration number; vehicle make; vehicle model. Of all vehicles owned currently and previously by you (even on a lease or rental agreement no need for short term hire vehicles) over the last 12 months 18/08/2019 to 17/08/2018 & Feb 2015 to August 2018

Response:

Further to your request for information about vehicle registration, make and model, please find attached redacted spreadsheet. 

Reg. No.

Vehicle Make/Model/Type

lease company

reg. date

date disposed

K102UJO

Volvo FL617

BFRS owned

29/06/1992

06/10/2016

M485XBW

RENAULT MIDLINER 150 CURTAIN SIDER

BFRS owned

01/08/1994

09/06/2015

P442YWL

MERCEDES WRIGHTS COACHWORKS URBANRANGER

BFRS owned

01/09/1996

02/12/2015

R61YJO

Unimog U2150L/38

BFRS owned

01/12/1997

14/09/2017

R62YJO

Unimog U2150L/38

BFRS owned

01/12/1997

30/11/2017

R243GJO

ERF EC8

BFRS owned

01/06/1998

02/06/2017

S207EUD

ERF EC8

BFRS owned

01/10/1998

11/11/2016

T839RFL

MAN 8.163

BFRS owned

01/05/1999

06/05/2015

V967RJO

Unimog U2150L/38

BFRS owned

01/01/2000

02/04/2019

W656EBW

Volvo FL618

BFRS owned

01/03/2000

11/06/2019

W657EBW

Volvo FL618

BFRS owned

01/03/2000

 

W658EBW

Volvo FL618

BFRS owned

01/03/2000

28/06/2019

X138OFC

Volvo FL626  6X4

BFRS owned

04/09/2000

 

X722OFC

ERF EC8

BFRS owned

03/01/2001

10/05/2018

X723OFC

ERF EC8

BFRS owned

03/01/2001

10/05/2018

Y76MWL

Volvo FL626  FL6H64R 6x4

BFRS owned

01/03/2001

 

Y83MWL

Volvo FL626  FL6H64R 6X4

BFRS owned

01/03/2001

 

OV51FCN

ERF ECS

LOMBARD

01/10/2001

19/12/2017

OV51FCO

ERF ECS

LOMBARD

01/10/2001

15/03/2018

OV51FCP

ERF ECS

LOMBARD

01/10/2001

19/12/2017

OV51FCU

ERF ECS

LOMBARD

01/10/2001

12/03/2018

KU52HLO

Volvo FL250

BFRS owned

01/09/2002

05/10/2018

OU03VOM

Volvo FL250

JCB

01/03/2003

22/08/2018

OE03WXN

Volvo FL250

JCB

01/07/2003

22/03/2018

OE03WXP

Volvo FL250

JCB

01/07/2003

22/03/2018

DG53FYF

MAN - Incident Response Unit

BFRS owned

03/02/2004

06/06/2017

OU04FME

Volvo FL250

BFRS owned

01/04/2004

 

WX54VRG

MAN - USAR hooklift prime-mover

BFRS owned

13/12/2004

 

WX54VRJ

MAN - USAR hooklift prime-mover

BFRS owned

13/12/2004

 

WX54VSM

MAN - USAR hooklift prime-mover

BFRS owned

23/12/2004

 

WX54VUL

MAN 6x4 - hooklift prime-mover

BFRS owned

18/01/2005

 

WX54VVZ

MAN - USAR hooklift prime-mover

BFRS owned

18/01/2005

 

OU05AUF

 B M W 530D SALOON (POLICE SPEC)

LLOYDS TSB AUTOLEASE

25/03/2005

30/06/2007

KX55CRF

VOLVO FM9 6X2 REAR STEER

BFRS owned

22/09/2005

16/02/2015

KD55EHZ

Peugeot 206 1.4HDI van

GE CAPITAL SOLUTIONS

26/10/2005

15/07/2015

KD55ZFE

Peugeot 206 1.4HDI Urban 5-dr

LEX  AUTOLEASE

18/11/2005

29/04/2016

KH55BNN

PEUGEOT EXPERT 900 2.0 HDI (110)

AUTOMOTIVE LEASING

01/12/2005

17/07/2015

KX55PMO

Scania P94 DB4X2NA 260

BFRS owned

19/12/2005

 

KX55PMV

Scania P94 DB4X2NA 260

BFRS owned

21/12/2005

 

KX55PMU

Scania P94 DB4X2NA 260

BFRS owned

21/12/2005

 

NC06CZG

Toyota Yaris T3 1.4D-4D 3-door

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

26/05/2006

15/10/2015

KX06MUB

Scania P270 DB4X2MNA

BFRS owned

30/06/2006

 

KX06MUC

Scania P270 DB4X2MNA

BFRS owned

18/07/2006

 

KH06ZZA

Peugeot Expert 2.0HDI (110) 8V

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

19/07/2006

30/09/2015

KJ56HHC

PEUGEOT 206 VERVE 1.4 HDI 5-DOOR

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

08/09/2006

06/11/2015

KX56CVW

Scania P270 DB4X2MNA

BFRS owned

28/09/2006

 

EU56GHY

Bobcat

BFRS owned

18/10/2006

 

KD56CZZ

PEUGEOT 206 1.4HDi URBAN 5-DR

AUTOMOTIVE LEASING

09/11/2006

04/11/2015

OU56EFH

VAUXHALL CORSA DESIGN 1.3CDTi 5-DR

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

15/11/2006

05/01/2016

OU56FWE

VAUXHALL CORSA DESIGN 1.3CDTi 5-DR

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

01/12/2006

03/11/2015

OU56FVL

VAUXHALL CORSA DESIGN 1.3CDTi 5-DR

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

01/12/2006

24/07/2015

OU07HBX

Vauxhall Corsa Police 1.3CDTI 5-dr

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

09/05/2007

08/05/2015

OU07JWG

Vauxhall Corsa 1.3 CDTI Police (06 MY model)

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

01/07/2007

07/04/2017

OU07JWJ

Vauxhall Corsa 1.3 CDTi Police (06 MY model)

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

01/07/2007

03/11/2015

OU07JWL

Vauxhall Corsa 1.3 CDTi Police (06 MY model)

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

01/07/2007

13/09/2016

OU07JWM

Vauxhall Corsa 1.3 CDTi Police (06 MY model)

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

01/07/2007

03/11/2015

OU07JWN

Vauxhall Corsa 1.3 CDTi Police (06 MY model)

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

01/07/2007

07/11/2017

OU07JWO

Vauxhall Corsa 1.3 CDTi Police (06 MY model)

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

01/07/2007

23/04/2018

OU07KFL

Vauxhall Corsa 1.3 CDTi Police (06 MY model)

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

01/07/2007

29/11/2017

OU57YNK

Peugeot Boxer 335 L3H2 2.2HDi 120 panel van

AUTOMOTIVE LEASING

01/09/2007

30/07/2015

KX57TWJ

Scania P270DB4X2MNA

BFRS owned

17/12/2007

 

KX57TWK

Scania P270DB4X2MNA

BFRS owned

17/12/2007

 

KX57TWL

Scania P270DB4X2MNA

BFRS owned

17/12/2007

 

OV08GFE

PEUGEOT EXPERT TEPEE COMFORT 8/9 SEATS 120 HDi

LEX  AUTOLEASE

16/04/2008

03/11/2015

OV08WZB

Peugeot Partner van LX 600 1.6HDi 90

ALPHABET CAR LEASE

19/05/2008

01/03/2016

OV08WYU

Peugeot Expert L2H2 2.0HDi 120 van

AUTOMOTIVE LEASING

25/05/2008

02/12/2015

OU58CMF

Mitsubishi L200 2.5DI-D 4 Life double-cab

BFRS owned

01/09/2008

 

OU58CMK

MitsubishiI L200 2.5 DI-D 4 Life double-cab

BFRS owned

01/09/2008

 

OU58CMY

Vauxhall Corsavan Base 1.3CDTi 16v 75PS 5SPD

LEX  AUTOLEASE

03/09/2008

28/09/2015

OU58EDP

MitsubishiI L200 2.5 DI-D 4 Life double-cab

BFRS owned

25/10/2008

10/04/2019

OU58EDR

MitsubishiI L200 2.5 DI-D 4 Life double-cab

BFRS owned

25/10/2008

10/04/2019

OU58EDV

MitsubishiI L200 2.5 DI-D 4 Life double-cab

BFRS owned

25/10/2008

10/04/2019