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1 Surrey Fire and Rescue Service

2 MISSION To provide a professional and well supported Fire and Rescue Service which reduces community risk in order to save lives, relieve suffering, protect property and the environment.

3 Consultation on changes to fire engine deployment in the boroughs of Epsom & Ewell and Reigate & Banstead Surrey Fire and Rescue Service

4 Background: Integrated Risk Management Planning from 2004 Surrey Fire and Rescue Authority Public Safety Plan outcomes Second phase – more appropriate locations (9.10) Action Plans AP1 – coming to a close AP2 – due for consultation early 2013 Surrey Fire and Rescue Service

5 Risk - summary: Fairly common level of risk across the county (low) Frequency linked to population, severity is not Prevention / protection activity Demand (incident numbers) reducing – nearly 16,000 to less than 11,000 a year since 2006/7 67% of incidents resolved by 1 fire engine Incident complexity increasing Community Risk Profile - regularly updated to predict and plan for future developments (population growth, more ethnically diverse and older population, climate change, housing developments, increased traffic) Surrey Fire and Rescue Service

6 An average week for Surrey Fire and Rescue Service (if there were such a thing for 2011/12) Surrey Fire and Rescue Service False Alarms97 Dwelling fires12 Other property fires18 Non-property fires31 Vehicle collisions19 Other incidents29 Total206

7 An average week for Surrey Fire and Rescue Service Surrey Fire and Rescue Service R&BE&E False Alarms12 (47%)7 (50%) Dwelling fires1.5 (6%)1 (7%) Other property fires2.5 (10%)1 (6%) Non-property fires3.5 (14%)3 (20%) Vehicle collisions2 (8%)1 (5%) Other incidents3.5 (14%)2 (12%) Total2514* *NB: figures actually add up to 15 due to rounding issues, 14 is the overall average for E&E

8 Current situation: Epsom – 2 wholetime fire engines (Surrey) Reigate – 2 wholetime fire engines (Surrey) Horley – 1 wholetime fire engine (West Sussex), plus specialist vehicles Formal arrangement with West Sussex to receive emergency calls and respond to incidents in a specific area of Surrey around Horley. Following a recent consultation, West Sussex FRA has decided to move their fire engine from Horley to Horsham with effect from April Surrey Fire and Rescue Service

9 Options analysis: Based on a range of factors, including: Impact on emergency response performance Cost Achievability within time and resource constraints Anticipated public acceptability Conformity with the Surrey PSP principles Surrey Fire and Rescue Service

10 Preferred option: Create a chain of single fire engine fire stations running through the boroughs of Epsom & Ewell and Reigate & Banstead. One Surrey wholetime fire engine each at: Epsom Burgh Heath (new location to be determined) target by summer 2014 Reigate Horley from April 2013 until a new temporary location in Salfords target by end Surrey Fire and Rescue Service

11 Graphic to demonstrate 10 minute drive time – current configuration

12 Graphic to demonstrate 10 minute drive time – proposed configuration

13 Response standard – modelled impact*: Surrey Fire and Rescue Service Response standard 1st response to all 2+ fire engine incidents 2nd response to all 2+ fire engine incidents 1st response to other emergencies Average%in10minsAverage%in15mins% in 16 mins Current situation Surrey 07:25s80.7%10:03s90.3%98.1% E&E 05:16s94.0%06:12s96.2%98.5% R&B 08:36s69.2%10:21s90.1%97.5% Preferred option Surrey07:17s82.5%10:27s90.5%98.3% E&E 06:07s87.1%11:48s91.4%97.7% R&B 07:18s82.7%10:35s92.5%98.8% * Based on optimal site for Salfords area and potential site at Tadworth R’bout

14 Response standard – modelled impact*: Surrey Fire and Rescue Service Response standard 1st response to all 2+ fire engine incidents 2nd response to all 2+ fire engine incidents 1st response to other emergencies Average%in10minsAverage%in15mins% in 16 mins Current situation Surrey 07:25s80.7%10:03s90.3%98.1% E&E 05:16s94.0%06:12s96.2%98.5% R&B 08:36s69.2%10:21s90.1%97.5% Preferred option Surrey07:20s82.4%10:25s90.7%98.3% E&E 06:03s87.9%10:16s94.6%97.7% R&B 07:32s83.9%10:56s92.3%98.8% * Based on potential site at Salfords and optimal site in Burgh Heath area

15 Response standard – modelled impact population coverage Surrey Fire and Rescue Service * Based on potential site at Salfords and optimal site in Burgh Heath area Response standard Percentage of population 1 st fire engine in 10mins Percentage of population 2 nd fire engine in 15mins Current situation Surrey 79.9%86.9% E&E 86.7%100% R&B 52.1%86.4% Preferred option Surrey 85.2%86.8% E&E 86.7%96.8% R&B 93.5%86.4%

16 Consultation: 10 th December 2012 until 4 th March 2013 Media, public meetings, internet, GP surgeries, libraries, focus groups, survey, etc Surrey Fire and Rescue Service

17 What next: Fire and Rescue Authority decision – 26 th March 2013 Interim move to Horley fire station from April 2013 Move to Salfords from with a target date of end 2013 Move to a new more optimal location in the Burgh Heath area with a target date of summer 2014 Action Plan 2 consultation early 2013 Continue to monitor and adapt to changes in circumstances. Surrey Fire and Rescue Service

18 Questions? Surrey Fire and Rescue Service

19 MISSION To provide a professional and well supported Fire and Rescue Service which reduces community risk in order to save lives, relieve suffering, protect property and the environment.


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