Fire Plan 2021-25
GMFRS Fire Plan 2021-25 (PDF, 1.7MB)
The Fire Plan addresses the impact of major incidents such as the Manchester Arena attack in 2017, the Saddleworth Moor fire in 2018 and, more recently, widespread flooding in south Manchester and Stockport, as well as the 2019 Cube fire in Bolton.
The priorities making up the plan include:
- Providing a fast, safe and effective service
- Helping people to reduce the risk of fires and other emergencies
- Helping protect the built environment
- Using resources sustainably while delivering the most value
- Developing a culture of excellence, equality and inclusivity
- Integrating services in every locality with those of partner agencies.
As the Fire Plan outlines, GMFRS will continue to identify risks to understand where to locate the workforce, while continuing to carry out joint planning and training alongside other agencies to prepare for large-scale and complex emergencies.
The Fire Plan also forms part the wider Greater Manchester Strategy, which aims to make the city-region one of the best places in the world to grow up, get on and grow old. GMFRS will integrate working with partners across the city-region to enable this ambition.
Greater Manchester Strategy (external website)
Estates Improvements Programme
As part of the four-year Fire Plan, GMFRS is investing millions into a long-term programme of improvements to update its buildings and facilities, ensuring they are fit for the future.
Estates Improvements Programme - launched autumn 2021
Annual Efficiency and Productivity Plan
We have submitted to the government our efficiency and productivity plan for 2023-24. This provides details of our progress in meeting national productivity and efficiency targets for 2021-22 to 2024-25.