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A consultation on implementing minimum service levels for fire and rescue services during periods of strike action.
Foreword As Home Secretary, public safety is my foremost priority and…
Title: Minimum service levels (MSL) consultation IA number: HO0429 RPC…
We are seeking views on proposals to introduce system-wide reform that will strengthen fire and rescue services in England.
Presented to Parliament by the Secretary of State for the Home Department…
Title: Fire Reform White Paper Consultation IA No: HO 0392 RPC Reference…
Consultation on proposed changes to the Firefighters' Pension Scheme (England) Order 2006.
Government consultation 2023 This consultation begins on Friday 31 March…
Your personal information, supplied for the purposes of the consultation,…
We are consulting on Public Service Pensions: Firefighters’ Pensions (Amendment) Regulations 2023, to enact the second phase of the remedy in the McCloud/Sargeant cases.
Information about the commencement of the Fire Safety Act and how it affects Responsible Persons and others.
Provides details of our proposed inspections of fire and rescue services for 2023/25. It concerns the third full cycle of inspection of all the fire and rescue services in England.
This document provides details of HMICFRS’s inspection programme and framework for fire and rescue services, commencing January 2023.
We are seeking views on new proposals to implement the Grenfell Tower Inquiry Phase 1 recommendations on Personal Emergency Evacuation Plans.
We are seeking views on new proposals to support the fire safety of residents who would need support to evacuate in an emergency situation.
The Home Office is undertaking a consultation on Public Service Pensions: Firefighters’ Pensions (Amendment) Regulations 2022, to enact the first phase of the remedy in the McCloud / Sargeant cases.
We are seeking views on how to assess and prioritise fire safety risks and how to better understand the complexity of building risk to ensure that an appropriate level of safety is achieved in existing buildings.
Consultation proposal on options to reduce the trigger height for sprinkler provision in new high-rise blocks of flats in England, alongside other fire safety measures.
This call for evidence seeks views and evidence on the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 for England in workplaces and the parts used in common in multi-occupied residential buildings.
We are seeking views on the proposal to vary the combination schemes of combined fire and rescue authorities to implement the ‘representation model’ of the Policing and Crime Act 2017.
A summary of the announcements by the Building Safety Programme on 2 April 2020.
A report by an MHCLG expert group on how to re-structure current guidance which supports building regulations when it is reviewed, as recommended by Dame Judith Hackitt in her independent review.
This document sets out the government’s response to the Grenfell Tower Inquiry’s Phase 1 report, which was published on 30 October 2019.
Provides details of our proposed inspections of fire and rescue services for 2020/21. It concerns the second full cycle of inspection of all the fire and rescue services in England.
The government’s response to the Select Committee's report on 'Building regulations and fire safety: consultation response and connected issues'.
We are consulting on a proposed new National Framework for Fire and Rescue in England.
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