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Have Your Say On the Redevelopment of Surrey Fire and Rescue Service’s Training Facilities

Published on: 21 May, 2024
Updated on: 23 May, 2024

Surrey Fire and Rescue Service’s (SFRS) training facilities Wray Park, Reigate as they are today.

Residents are invited to an event tomorrow (Wednesday, May 22) to have their say in the planned redevelopment of Surrey Fire and Rescue Service’s (SFRS) training facilities at Wray Park, Reigate.

Proposals include redevelopment of the firehouse tower, currently used for live fire and ladder training, and other training facilities for working at height, use of breathing apparatus, and operations in confined spaces.

How the proposed Reigate Fire Station training facilities would look

Local residents are invited to Reigate Fire Station any time on Wednesday between 2pm-7.30pm to hear more about the investments and to ask questions.

Chief Fire Officer Dan Quin

Chief Fire Officer, Dan Quin expressed his appreciation to the teams involved in securing the investment and added: “This will help us elevate our training standards and will open doors to opportunities through the delivery of both domestic and international training sessions. Our aim is to lead the way in fire and rescue service training, becoming a hub for excellence in the sector.”

Cllr Kevin Deanus

Surrey County Council Cabinet member for Fire and Rescue, Kevin Deanus added: “We are absolutely committed to investing in SFRS to ensure we are fit for the future to meet the needs of a modern fire and rescue service.  I would strongly encourage residents to take part and provide their feedback.”

Cllr Natalie Bramhall

And the Cabinet member for Property and Waste, Natalie Bramhall said: “Our Land and Property team are working closely with Surrey Fire and Rescue Service to enhance the training facilities at Wray Park. We are making significant investment in the modernisation of Surrey Fire and Rescue Service, and I encourage residents to attend the event to view our proposals.”

More details of the redevelopments plans, as well as an opportunity to provide feedback online will be available from May 22 on: 

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