Dumfries and Galloway Housing Partnership (DGHP) staff are working with partners to create calm and peaceful communities in Lochside and Lincluden. Staff from DGHP have joined forces with Police Scotland’s local Community Police Team and Scottish Fire & Rescue to tackle anti-social behavio
ng homes has teamed up with Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS), Police Scotland and local community organisations to provide and deliver afternoon teas to elderly residents and those who are shielding in the North Glasgow community.
More than 500 accidental house fires were recorded across Scotland during last year’s festive season, according to the latest statistics revealed today by the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service. Figures show the extent of seasonal dwelling fires responded to by firefighters, with a total of 509
Partners from the Clackmannanshire Alliance are coming together during Challenge Poverty Week which takes place from the 7th-11th October to call for more compassion to break the grip of poverty on people’s lives.
The electricity and gas network operators for the north of Scotland are joining forces with the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service to help make homes safer. Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) and SGN will be teaming up with fire crews to highlight the extra help available for vulnerable
Colleagues from Fife Housing Group’s Housing and Property teams joined members of Fife Council’s Community Safety Team and representatives from the local fire station at the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service headquarters in Cambuslang to learn more about fire safety, fire risks and their referral
ng homes has contributed to a new Local Fire and Rescue Plan which has been drafted for the city of Glasgow. To inform the new plan, ng homes carried out a review of its performance over the past three years in which the Association asked local people and partners how well they thought it was doing
Firefighters have visited more than 1,000 high rise homes to offer reassurance and support following the Grenfell Tower tragedy, the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) has said. The service said fires in high rise flats are at their lowest in eight years with new SFRS figures showing a total of
Firefighters in Aberdeen have spearheaded a new campaign to help the most vulnerable people stay safe from fire across the city. As the first of its kind in Scotland, the scheme aims to encourage Police Scotland, the Scottish Ambulance Service, and Aberdeen City Health & Social Care Partnership,