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DCLG Transformation Fund

In October 2014, the Department of Communities and Local Government announced the winning bids for the £75 million Fire Transformation Fund, which had been announced in March 2014. In total, 37 projects from across the UK received funding with CDDFRS receiving £3.78 million to build what is believed to be the first ‘Quad Station’ in the country. The project will co-locate staff from CDDFRS, Durham Police, North East Ambulance Service (NEAS) and Teesdale and Weardale Search and Mountain Rescue Team (TWSMRT) into new shared facilities in Barnard Castle.  A secondary TWSMRT base will also be incorporated into a new shared station currently under construction in Durham City.

The quad station has now been completed and all four emergency services are occupying the site. 

 

DCLG Fire Transformation Fund documentation for Barnard Castle facility

DCLG Fire Transformation Fund Monitoring Form -Durham.odt

DCLG FTF project monitoring form April 16.odt

Home Office Transformation Fund Monitoring Form 20-09-16.odt

 

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