The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) is asking people throughout the country to share their views on the service and help it continue to deliver an effective emergency service for every community.
A public consultation on the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service Strategic Plan for the period 2016-19 opened this week, on Tuesday, May 31.
The public consultation is a key milestone in the continued development of the fire service and will help to ensure it meets the needs of all of Scotland’s communities over the next three years.
During the consultation period, SFRS will be engaging directly with its key stakeholders across Scotland to hear their thoughts on what its priorities should be.
SFRS has also been setting up a dedicated website, so that anyone can easily take part, simply by visiting www.firescotland.gov.uk/consultations.aspx.
The 10 week consultation period is set to close on August 9 this year and by sharing their views people can help SFRS “assess performance and make sure its strategic objectives are the right ones”.)