Consultation outcome

Fire and rescue national framework for England

This consultation was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

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Fire and rescue national framework for England consultation: summary of responses

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This is the government response to comments made during the consultation exercise, Fire and Rescue National Framework for England, which ran for 14 weeks ending on 19 March 2012.

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Summary

The draft national framework sets out the priorities and objectives for fire and rescue authorities in England in connection with the discharge…

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Consultation description

The draft national framework sets out the priorities and objectives for fire and rescue authorities in England in connection with the discharge of their functions.

Clearly setting out the role of fire and rescue authorities in delivering national resilience, the draft national framework sets out how they will work individually, collectively and with government to ensure capacity is in place to respond to major incidents.