Andrew Dismore AM: First of all, Gareth, I am pleased that you welcome that we have put forward an alternative budget and I look forward to debating that with you this afternoon. I hope that it will mean we can save Kentish Town’s pump, which is in the mix of the 13 fire engines. After the Belsize and Clerkenwell closures in the LSP5 round, Camden has taken more than its fair share of cuts, as the attendance figures show.
What I really want to do, though, is to concentrate on the future Sixth London Safety Plan (LSP6). From Camden’s point of view in particular, one of the issues will be the impact of High Speed 2 (HS2) and the road closures and disruptions that come with that, and we hope that that will be featured in the mix for how we develop LSP6.
However, I want to look at it in a more strategic way. I suppose the first question for you is this. Will LSP6 - which is the next LFB safety plan due to come into force in 2016/17, assuming we agree to extend the current plan this afternoon - be risk-based or cuts-based?