During the emerging phase of terrorist incidence, the Deputy Prime Minister decided that a national training facility for the Fire & Rescue Services should be designed and built in Moreton-In-Marsh. This consisted of a purpose design building that was capable of simulating rescues in circumstances that related to terrorist activities.
This included specially designed cradles that supported concrete structures enclosed within a confined space for rescue trainees to practice rescue methods. This includes dog rescue. The building has a viewing gallery and other amenity facilities. It is now operational.