Fire Brigades Union Industrial Action
The recent strike action ended at 6pm on Tuesday 4 November 2014. Details of any further strike action announced by the Fire Brigades Union in their on-going dispute with the Government over pensions will be published on the Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service News page.
Find out more about Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service
Our headquarters is based at Endeavour House, Ipswich which is also the county council's headquarters building.
Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service will endeavour to provide information on our Facebook page regarding incidents that are of interest to the public. However, this information is posted by Fire Control staff whose first priority is to answer 999 calls. For information about operations and assessments, click here.
Please be aware that the Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service Facebook page will not be updated with non-newsworthy incidents. For non-incident related news, check out our news page.
For information about the Service, including prevention, protection and response, please click the links below. You will also find information about recruitment, although we are not currently recruiting whole-time firefighters.
To make a complaint or report a problem with a fire hydrant, please use the links below:
If you need further assistance with the topics discussed on this page, please use the following numbers to contact us.
Telephone: 01473 260588, 0900-1700 (Mon-Thurs), 0900-1600 (Fri)
By using online transactions you are helping us to save money which we can use to provide other services. You can view a full list of all the transactions on our website here.
What is in the section
Find out about our structure, our emergency response standards, our performance and charges for some services
Find out about the location and distribution of fire stations throughout the county.
It is our responsibility to ensure that fire hydrants in Suffolk are kept in good condition, and are available for use in the event of a fire.
In order to improve community safety, Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service works proactively to prevent fires and other emergencies from happening.
Find out more about the legislation and regulations relating to Protection (Fire Safety) in all premises other than single private dwellings.
- Building Regulations
- Comments, Complaints and Reporting a Fire Safety Deficiency
- Disability and Fire Safety
- Enforcement of Legislation
- Fire Protection Performance Information
- Fire Sprinkler Systems
- Houses in Multiple Occupation
- Incident Investigation Report
- Maintenance Log Book
- Proposed Developments in Flood Zones
- Public Register
- Reducing False Alarms (Unwanted Fire Signals)
- The Protection (Fire Safety) Department
- Explore Protection (Fire Safety) further
Welcome to the Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service recruitment pages