Previous CRMP consultations
Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service (RBFRS) produces a Community Risk Management Plan (CRMP) to ensure we deliver the right resources at the right time, in the right place. The CRMP balances resources against risk. Our CRMP contains information on what RBFRS is going to do over a four-year period and is supported by annual action plans.
The current plan is called the Corporate Plan and Integrated Risk Management Plan 2023 – 2027.
Previously CRMP consultations were known as Integrated Risk Management Plans and previous versions are listed below.
Corporate Plan and Integrated Risk Management Plan 2019 – 2023
Integrated Risk Management Plan Strategy Consultation 2020
- Consultation Document
- Easy Read Consultation Document
- Prevention Strategy
- Easy Read Prevention Strategy
- Protection Strategy
- Easy Read Protection Strategy
- Response Strategy
- Easy Read Response Strategy
- Strategy Consultation Report
Integrated Risk Management Plan 2015 –19
Response Standards Consultation
Service Redesign Consultation
Please Note: The Service Redesign consultation, which ran from 12 December 2016 to 13 March 2017, has now closed.
A summary report containing the findings from the consultation has now been published.
It was presented to Royal Berkshire Fire Authority for consideration on 18 April 2017. Members chose to approve all eight Prevention proposals and both Protection proposals available to them and they approved an amended version of option one for Response.
As one of seven Response options presented, option one included the closure of Pangbourne (subject to the opening of a new community fire station in Theale), the dis-establishment of the Retained Support Unit and changing the management of three fire stations to become remotely managed stations. The amendment means that the decision on the closure of Wargrave Fire Station is deferred for one-year with two conditions – the availability of the crew increasing to 60 percent and the savings being found elsewhere.
Officers will now work with staff to begin the process of developing plans which will be implemented in a phased approach over the next three years, embedding the new ways of working and ensuring the savings are made by April 2020.