Lists & Registers
This section contains public registers of alterations, enforcement and prohibition notices, as well as registers of gifts and hospitality and of Members’ interests.
Under the Environment and Safety Information Act 1988 as amended by the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (RRFSO) North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service, the 'Enforcing Authority', is obliged to keep a Public Register about certain notices issued under the RRFSO.
The notices are:
1. Alteration Notice
An alteration notice may be served on the responsible person if the Fire & Rescue Authority is of the opinion that any structural alterations being made to the premises will constitute a serious risk to relevant persons (whether due to features of the premises, their use, and any hazard present or any other circumstances).
2. Enforcement Notice
Where the Fire & Rescue Authority is of the opinion that the responsible person or other person mentioned in Article 5(3) has failed to comply with any provision of the RRFSO.
3. Prohibition Notice
Where the Fire & Rescue Authority is of the opinion that the risk to persons in case of fire is so serious it will be necessary for the Authority to prohibit or restrict the use of parts of the premises until the specified matters have been remedied.
The register is available for public inspection via the National Enforcement Register on the Chief Fire Officers Association (CFOA) website which can be found here.
Members of the public can also look at copies of the Public Registers by visiting NYFRS Headquarters. To book an appointment, please contact 01609 788569 (Prevention & Protection) or write to North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service, Prevention & Protection Department, Thurston Road, Northallerton, North Yorkshire, DL6 2ND
Gifts and Hospitality Register
This section contains our register of gifts and hospitality:
This section contains North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Authority's asset register.
Please note that this is information from the Capital Asset Register which only includes property, plant & equipment that are deemed fixed assets for the purpose of capital accounting. It therefore is not a comprehensive list of all the Authority’s assets and will exclude individual plant and equipment costing less than £10,000 and also any plant and equipment funded via an operating lease. Additionally, for the purposes of capital accounting, expenditure on IT equipment is grouped together by category.
Register of Members' interests
North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Authority’s Register of Members’ Interests can be accessed here
The Authority’s Members' Code of Conduct requires all Authority Members and voting co-opted Members on Authority committees to complete a Register of certain pecuniary interests as specified in the Code.
What information should be included in the register?
The types of matters which must be registered by Members are listed below. Full details are contained in the Code.
A pecuniary interest is a "disclosable pecuniary interest" if it is of a description specified in regulations, ie:-
- employment, office, trade, profession or vocation (for profit or gain);
- corporate tenancies;
and either it is the Member's interest or an interest of the Member's spouse or civil partner or a person with whom the Member is living with as such and the Member is aware that that other person has the interest.
Members must keep their registration of interests' forms under review and notify the Monitoring Officer of any changes within 28 days.
Sensitive information need not be included in the Register, with the agreement of the Authority’s Monitoring Officer.
The Register is maintained by the Monitoring Officer and is open to public inspection at County Hall, Northallerton, North Yorkshire, during office hours. If you would like to inspect the Register, please contact the Monitoring Officer at:
Legal and Democratic Services
Tel: 01609 532237
Members' entries in the register are also published here
Please note that when a member amends his/her entry in the register, there may be a short delay before the updated form is uploaded onto the website.