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.
Our Constitution of the Mayoral Combined Authority sets out in a single place, how the Mayoral Combined Authority works, its legal powers and obligations, how decisions are made and the protocols we follow to ensure that we are open, transparent and accountable to the public. The Constitution also outlines the roles and responsibilities for our different Boards and Committees.
The Sheffield City Region Mayoral Combined Authority and LEP adhere to a Code of Corporate Governance that describes how the public and private sector partnership directs and controls what it is accountable for.
Our Assurance Framework explains what activities and decisions the Mayoral Combined Authority, Mayor, LEP and Thematic Boards are responsible for and outlines how we appraise, assess and approve projects and programmes for investment.
The Assurance Framework is reviewed, updated and published for the start of each financial year but may be amended and re-published mid-year if improvements or significant changes are made to our governance and assurance structures and processes.
Our Monitoring and Evaluation Framework sets out how we monitor and evaluate all programmes and projects funded by the MCA and LEP with devolved or awarded money from Government. It lists the key performance indicators, output and outcome targets that we use to assess programme and project delivery.
When undertaking any procurement, all Boards, Committees, members, officers and staff must comply with our Contract Procurement Rules. You can find current opportunities to supply goods and services to the Sheffield City Region on YORtender
We are committed to managing risk responsibly. View our Risk Management Policy here.
Due to the nature of our work, particularly in relation to appraising and awarding funding and grants to companies and individuals, we hold and process personal, financial and commercial data. This data is held and processed in compliance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). View our Data Protection Policy.
Staff are also required to adhere to the IT Policy which covers data and network security.
Our Code of Conduct requires our Mayoral Combined Authority to conform with the Seven Principles of Public Life – selflessness, integrity, objectivity, accountability, openness, honesty and leadership.
From the 1st April 2019 Board Members’ Register of Interest can be found on their individual profiles.
In addition, members are asked to declare any interest in specific agenda items at the start of each Board meeting. You can search for Declarations of Interest made at meetings here.
Our Gifts and Hospitality Policy requires Mayoral Combined Authority Board Members to submit written notification of any gifts or hospitality with a value of £100 or more within 28 days of receiving that gift or hospitality. Written notification must be submitted to the Mayoral Combined Authority’s Monitoring Officer.
Confidential Complaints Procedure
If you wish to make a complaint about a member of the Mayoral Combined Authority, please contact the Monitoring Officer at:
11 Broad Street West,
View our Complaints Procedure