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York and North Yorkshire Devolution

WE ARE YORK & NORTH YORKSHIRE

 

THE JOURNEY STARTS HERE

Following months of negotiations, a proposed devolution deal between central government and local authorities for York and North Yorkshire has been provisionally agreed.
 

The proposed devolution deal would deliver more local powers and decision making and more funding.  As it stands today, the proposed deal is worth £750m to York & North Yorkshire and would see a regionally elected mayor lead a new mayoral combined authority with investment upwards of £95 million a year and more devolved funding for transport, education and business support.
 

This would give us a chance to level up with our neighbouring regions that already have devolved powers and funding, and currently have elected mayors driving up their economies.
 

A proposed devolution deal for our region is a historic moment, signalling great opportunity. It is the first step towards a longer term, more focussed relationship with government, to secure more funding for the region in the years to come.

 

TIMELINE

WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?

Local councillors will now review the proposed deal in detail over the summer and collectively decide whether to proceed to consultation on the deal.

A public consultation in Autumn 2022 will give you a chance to have your say. Please sign up for our newsletter to learn more and keep track of what happens next.


You can also email us with any questions at: enquiries@ynylep.com

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