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The contents of this document outline the Contract Procedures for the Combined Authority. The Combined Authority has decided that Sheffield City Council will provide its Commercial and Financial support. For the avoidance of doubt these procedures do not apply to the South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive where they are acting on their own authority.View
Sheffield City Region Mayoral Combined Authority (SCRMCA) is seeking to appoint a Service Provider to deliver a Management Development Programme The SCRMCA is located at the strategic heart of the country. It is comprised of the nine local authority areas of Barnsley, Bassetlaw, Bolsover, Chesterfield, Derbyshire Dales, Doncaster, North East Derbyshire, Rotherham and Sheffield. Of […]SEE MORE
The Mayor and the Sheffield City Region Mayoral Combined Authority have certain statutory powers over transport and funding from Government, and lead on decision-making. The Combined Authority Constitution Our Constitution of the Combined Authority sets out in a single place, how the Combined Authority works, its legal powers and obligations, how decisions are made and the protocols we […]SEE MORE
In November 2019, the SCR Mayoral Combined Authority (SCRMCA) Board declared a Climate and Environmental Emergency and committed to become net zero carbon by 2040. The target date was combined with a carbon budget for South Yorkshire of 44.7MtCO2 for the period of 2020-2100. This would, at 2017 emission levels, be consumed in under seven […]SEE MORE
The SCR LEP was awarded a total of £363.7m of devolved funding through three Growth Deals with Government to invest in projects across the nine local authority areas between April 2015 and March 2021. This funding is known as the Local Growth Fund (LGF). The LGF programme consists of a range of different funding streams […]SEE MORE
In a new report commissioned by the Living Wage Foundation, The local Living Wage dividend Report, the Smith Institute found that if just a quarter of those living on low incomes in the UK’s 10 major city regions saw their pay raised to the real Living Wage, those areas could benefit from a £1.1bn boost to […]SEE MORE