A public consultation on how the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority can make £6.4m of budget savings for 2016/17 is being held between Monday, 7 December 2015 and Monday, 1 February 2016.
Members of London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority approved two proposals for consultation, both of which would ensure no fire station closures and no firefighters would be made compulsorily redundant.
Reposted from London Fire Brigade website
What are the differences between the two options?
The main difference between the options is around the 13 fire engines that have been out of service for two years as part of Brigade’s strike contingency arrangements.
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We will be holding four public meetings that are free for anyone to attend. All meetings will begin at 7pm and end no later than 9pm.
- 11 January 2016 – Conference Hall, Brent Civic Centre, Engineers Way, Wembley HA9 0FJ (map)
- 12 January 2016 – Open Door Community Centre, Keevil Drive, Beaumont Road, Wandsworth SW19 6TF (map)
- 18 January 2016 – Smile Suite, Etc. Venues Prospero House, 241 Borough High Street, Southwark SE1 1GA (map)
- 20 January 2016 – Main Hall, The Old Town Hall, 29 Broadway, Stratford E15 4BQ (map)
For the first time ever, we will be holding an online meeting allowing you to ask questions from the comfort of your computer. The meeting will be held on this page and will begin at 12:30pm and end at 1:30pm.
If you can’t make the online meeting, you can always submit your questions in advance and check back here at a later date to see the response. Email your questions to email@example.com
- 22 January 2016
How to have your say
The consultation is a chance for Londoners to have their say on our budget proposals and how the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority can save £6.4m.
Please return completed paper copies of the questionnaire to:
169 Union Street