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Council Services:

What is Emergency Planning?

Emergency Planning for the Isle of Anglesey County Council now sits within a Regional Emergency Planning Service covering the six Local Authorities in North Wales. 

The Service works out of two hubs North West, based in Conwy and North East, based in County Hall Mold.

The Regional Emergency Planning Service assists the Isle of Anglesey County Council in fulfilling statutory duties under the Civil Contingencies Act 2004. Emergencies can be as a result of severe weather, transport or industrial accident, water pollution or terrorism.

Working closely with other responding agencies e.g. emergency services, National Resources Wales, Maritime and Coastguard Agency and others the service prepares Isle of Anglesey County Council to an optimum state of readiness to respond to and recover from a major emergency.

A planned response will mitigate the effects of an emergency incident and assist the community in the return to normality. Information on the Council’s website highlights what you can do to protect yourself in the event of a major incident or accident and provides some simple do’s and don’ts to help you prepare for an emergency, without any unnecessary interruption to day to day activities.

Last update: 7 September 2017 Give feedback on this page
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