Members of the Combined Fire Authority will:
Make informed decisions in relation to Service policy and strategy aligned to the Authority’s vision, priorities, objectives and values.
Approve the Service’s budget and ensure they receive sufficient money from local council tax.
Monitor the Service’s performance to ensure it is efficient, effective and economical.
Appoint the following positions:
Chief Fire Officer/Chief Executive
Clerk to the Fire Authority
Treasurer to the Fire Authority
Act as the final level of appeal in employee disciplinary and grievance procedures
Contact the CFA
Contact details for members can be viewed on the pdf or by clicking on the graphic below - CFA Poster October 2018.pdf
Members of the Combined Fire Authority are elected from each of the two authorities. The number of members for each authority is determined by the size of the electoral representation within each authority. The Fire Authority’s political balance is also a reflection of that of the two local authorities. Below is the Membership which was last updated 3 January 2019.