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Employment
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough
Policy commitmentDevolution DealJoint responsibility with the government and the single Employment and Skills Board covering the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough CA and the Norfolk and Suffolk CA to co-design the new National Work and Health Programme designed to focus on those with a health condition or disability and the very long term unemployed.
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Enterprise and Growth
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough
Partnership commitment
Devolution DealMore effective joint working with UKTI to boost trade and investment through agreement of a Joint Export Plan.
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Finance
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough
FundingDevolution DealControl of a new £20million a year funding allocation over 30 years to be invested in the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Single Investment Fund, to boost growth.
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Housing
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough
FundingDevolution DealDevolved £100 million housing and infrastructure fund.
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Housing
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough
FundingDevolution DealGovernment will provide the Combined Authority with an additional £70m over five years ring fenced for Cambridge to meet housing needs.
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PlanningCambridgeshire and PeterboroughPolicy commitmentDevolution DealPowers over strategic planning, including responsibility to create a non-statutory spatial framework for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
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SkillsCambridgeshire and PeterboroughPartnership commitmentDevolution DealResponsibility for chairing an area-based review of 16+ skills provision, the outcomes of which will be taken forward in line with the principles of the devolved arrangements, and devolved 19+ adult skills funding from 2018-19.
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Transport and InfrastructureCambridgeshire and PeterboroughFundingDevolution DealDevolved and consolidated transport budget through multi-year settlement.
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Transport and InfrastructureCambridgeshire and PeterboroughPolicy commitmentDevolution DealResponsibility for a Key Route Network of local roads which will be managed and maintained by the Combined Authority.
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Use of AssetsCambridgeshire and PeterboroughPolicy commitmentDevolution DealDevelop with the Government a Land Commission and the Mayor to chair the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Joint Assets Board for economic assets.
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Energy and EnvironmentCornwallPolicy commitmentDevolution DealGreater local control over the development of the electrical grid network, and government support to develop geothermal energy production.
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Energy and EnvironmentCornwallPolicy commitmentDevolution DealJoint investment programme to improve coastal defences, and developing proposals to ensure that the most efficient use is made of public buildings and land.
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Energy and EnvironmentCornwallPolicy commitmentDevolution DealCreation of a Cornish Heritage Environment Forum.
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Enterprise and GrowthCornwallPolicy commitmentDevolution DealProvision for the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Local Enterprise Partnership to integrate national and local business support services.
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FinanceCornwallPolicy commitmentDevolution DealCornwall and the Isles of Scilly given Intermediate Body (IB) status on EU funding. This will mean decisions on allocating €603.7m of European funding to projects will now be made locally rather than at Westminster.
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HealthCornwallPolicy commitmentDevolution DealCornwall council and the council of the Isles of Scilly to work with local health organisations on a plan for integrating health and social care services.
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SkillsCornwallPolicy commitmentDevolution DealGreater LEP involvement in boosting skills, including reshaping training and learning provision, developing new apprenticeship opportunities and improving careers advice for young people
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Transport and InfrastructureCornwallPolicy commitmentDevolution DealFirst Unitary to receive devolved powers for franchising and improving bus services.
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Transport and InfrastructureCornwallPolicy commitmentDevolution DealDevolved central funding on local transport- delivering around £50m to create an integrated public transport system with smart ticketing, and fares and timetables for combined travel between bus, rail and ferry services.
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EmploymentEast AngliaPartnership CommitmentDevolution DealJoint responsibility with the government to co-design the new National Work and Health Programme designed to focus on those with a health condition or disability and the very long term unemployed.
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EmploymentEast AngliaPartnership CommitmentDevolution DealThe Combined Authority will work with the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) to establish a locally integrated employment service which joins together the elements of the employment system to achieve better outcomes.
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EmploymentEast AngliaPartnership CommitmentDevolution DealDWP will work with the Combined Authority and other partners to put in place workable data sharing arrangements which enable the integration of services and reduce duplication in order to support more people into work.
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Energy and EnvironmentEast AngliaPartnership CommitmentDevolution DealThe Combined Authority will work with Government and relevant bodies to create a fully integrated approach to flood and coastal risk management. This will include: alignment of investment plans in using resources; pre-emptive action to deliver solutions to reduce risk and increase resilience during severe weather events; consistency of approach to assessing flood and coastal risk, benefits across schemes and maintenance plans; simplification and alignment of funding mechanisms and integrating local understanding of needs and benefits into the flood and coastal erosion risk management economic assessment approach.
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Energy and EnvironmentEast AngliaPartnership CommitmentDevolution DealGovernment will engage with the New Anglia Oil and Gas Task Force to ensure that UK Oil and Gas workforce plan which is currently under development aligns with and enhances measures being taken locally. The New Anglia Task Force will provide intelligence on the state of the local sector to Government's Inter Ministerial Group, to help shape national policy to support for the sector. Government will engage with the Task Force to ensure that UK Oil and Gas workforce plan which is currently under development aligns with and enhances measures being taken locally.
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Enterprise and GrowthEast AngliaPartnership CommitmentDevolution DealGovernment will participate in and support the work of The East Anglia's Productivity Commission, as a National Pilot Project to improve the productivity of the local economy.
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Enterprise and GrowthEast AngliaFundingDevolution DealThe LEP will continue to deliver strong Growth Hubs, providing business support tailored to meet local needs across East Anglia. Government will provide funding to help embed the Growth Hubs in 2016/17 and 2017/18.
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Enterprise and GrowthEast AngliaFundingDevolution DealThe government will offer East Anglia expert advice and support through the Smart Specialisation Advisory Hub, and associated workshops, to support activities part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund.
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Enterprise and GrowthEast AngliaPartnership CommitmentDevolution DealNew Anglia LEP, the Growth Hubs and Local Authorities will work with Government to develop a strategic approach to regulatory delivery, building on the Better Business for All national programme which will remove regulatory barriers to growth for businesses.
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FinanceEast AngliaFundingDevolution DealControl of a new additional £30 million a year funding allocation over 30 years, to be invested in to the East Anglia Single Investment Fund, to boost growth. The fund will be subject to 5-yearly gateway assessments to evaluate how spend has contributed to national growth.
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FinanceEast AngliaFundingDevolution DealThe Mayor will have the power to place a supplement on business rates to fund infrastructure, with the agreement of the local business community through the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership and the Greater Cambridgeshire, Greater Peterborough Local Enterprise Partnership, up to a cap.
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FinanceEast AngliaFundingDevolution DealThe Combined Authority and Government will extend the existing pilot allowing Cambridgeshire and Peterborough authorities to retain 100% of any additional business rate growth beyond an agreed baseline to apply across Norfolk and Suffolk.
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FinanceEast AngliaPolicy commitmentDevolution DealSubject to legislation, local authorities in East Anglia will by agreement with the Secretary of State retain a proportion of the receipts from the sale of high value assets, to fund additional homes.
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PlanningEast AngliaPolicy commitmentDevolution DealPowers over strategic planning and housing, including £175m (out to 20/21) ring fenced funding to deliver new homes, the responsibility to create a non-statutory spatial framework for East Anglia, Mayoral Development Corporations and to develop with government a Land Commission and to chair The East Anglia Joint Assets Board for economic assets.
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PlanningEast AngliaFundingDevolution DealEstablishment of a Joint Investment and Assets Board to review all land and property (including surplus property and land) held by the public sector (including central Government departments, the NHS and MoD land). The Board will create a Land Commission to develop a database of available public and private sector land (prioritising large sites), identify barriers to its disposal/development, and develop solutions to address those barriers.
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PlanningEast AngliaFundingDevolution DealGovernment will work with the Combined Authority and LEP to support local regeneration by helping the Combined Authority to create a strong portfolio of investment opportunities.
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SkillsEast AngliaPolicy commitmentDevolution DealResponsibility for chairing an area-based review of 16+ skills provision, the outcomes of which will be taken forward in line with the principles of the devolved arrangements, and devolved 19+ adult skills funding from 2018/19 (subject to readiness conditions). These arrangements will not cover apprenticeships.
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SkillsEast AngliaFundingDevolution DealThe East Anglia Combined Authority will assume responsibility for the Apprenticeship Grant for Employers (AGE).
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Transport and InfrastructureEast AngliaFundingDevolution DealMayoral responsibility for a multi-year, consolidated and devolved local transport budget
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Transport and InfrastructureEast AngliaPolicy commitmentDevolution DealResponsibility for a new Key Route Network of local authority roads that will be managed and maintained by the Combined Authority on behalf of the Mayor
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Transport and InfrastructureEast AngliaPolicy commitmentDevolution DealThe East Anglia CA will have the ability to franchise bus services in the city region, subject to necessary legislation and local consultation and agreement.
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Transport and InfrastructureEast AngliaPolicy commitmentDevolution DealLocal partners will consider how best to establish a Statutory Transport Body (STB) to ensure that East Anglia and its neighbouring areas, notably Essex and the Cambridge-to-Oxford arc, can best work together to influence strategic national transport investment, in line with the STBs being progressed in other parts of the country, such as Transport for the North (TfN) and Midlands Connect.
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CrimeGreater LincolnshirePartnership CommitmentDevolution DealTo move with government and local criminal justice partners towards a co-commissioning arrangement for services for Greater Lincolnshire offenders serving short sentences
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CrimeGreater LincolnshirePartnership CommitmentDevolution DealTo work with the government, PCCs, local prison governors and the Community Rehabilitation Companies (CRC) to allow more local flexibility, innovation and co-ordination with other local services
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EmploymentGreater LincolnshirePolicy commitmentDevolution DealGreater Lincolnshire Combined Authority will feed into the national design of the new Work and Health Programme. GLCA will also develop a business case for an innovative pilot to support those who are hardest to help
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EmploymentGreater LincolnshirePartnership CommitmentDevolution DealDWP will enable closer engagement between GLCA and Job Centre Plus.
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Energy and EnvironmentGreater LincolnshirePartnership CommitmentDevolution DealAn opportunity to contribute to the outcomes from the Water Resources Study commissioned by the Greater Lincolnshire LEP and the objectives set out in the resulting Greater Lincolnshire LEP's Water Management Plan
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Enterprise and GrowthGreater LincolnshirePartnership CommitmentDevolution DealGreater Lincolnshire Combined Authority and Government will work together to support the development of the growth hub. Government will also ensure greater co-operation with all relevant national and local resources for business support programmes, including UKTI.
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Enterprise and GrowthGreater LincolnshirePartnership CommitmentDevolution DealGovernment will offer Greater Lincolnshire expert advice and support through the Smart Specialisation Advisory Hub, and associated workshops, to support activities part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund.
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Enterprise and GrowthGreater LincolnshirePolicy commitmentDevolution DealUKTI and the Greater Lincolnshire Combined Authority will prepare a joint inward investment strategy reflecting Greater Lincolnshire's key sectoral strengths and targets to increase growth sector output and employment.
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FinanceGreater LincolnshireFundingDevolution DealGreater Lincolnshire Combined Authority will create and control a Single Investment Fund (SIF) that draws together local and agreed national funding streams to be invested to boost growth. Government will allocate an additional £15 million a year funding allocation over 30 years to the SIF, subject to a jointly agreed 5-yearly gateway assessment process to confirm the investment has contributed to economic growth.
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FinanceGreater LincolnshireFundingDevolution DealGovernment will work with the Greater Lincolnshire Combined Authority to agree specific funding flexibilities. The joint ambition will be to give the GLCA a single pot to invest in its economic growth.
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FinanceGreater LincolnshirePolicy commitmentDevolution DealThe Mayor will be given the power to place a supplement, of up to 2p per pound of rateable value, on business rates to fund infrastructure, with the agreement of the local business community through the Local Enterprise Partnership.
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HousingGreater LincolnshirePartnership CommitmentDevolution DealGovernment will work with GLCA to provide support on key large housing site development, as well as support on new settlements, joint action to deliver early on starter homes and support for streamlining planning delivery to accelerate housing growth.
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PlanningGreater LincolnshirePolicy commitmentDevolution DealThe Mayor will have the power, working in partnership with the members of the Combined Authority, to create a spatial framework, which will act as the framework for managing strategic planning across the Greater Lincolnshire area, and with which all Local Development Plans will be in general conformity.
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PlanningGreater LincolnshirePolicy commitmentDevolution DealAbility to make proposals for Mayoral Development Corporations or other emerging vehicles to help take forward large developments or new settlements
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SkillsGreater LincolnshirePolicy commitmentDevolution DealResponsibility for chairing an area-based review of 16+ skills provision conducted in accordance with the established objectives, framework and process nationally for the area review programme. The outcomes of the review will be taken forward in line with the national framework principles of the devolved arrangements. Devolved 19+ adult skills funding from 2018/19 (subject to readiness conditions). These arrangements do not cover apprenticeships.
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SkillsGreater LincolnshireFundingDevolution DealThe Greater Lincolnshire Combined Authority will assume responsibility for the Apprenticeship Grant for Employers (AGE).
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Transport and infrastructureGreater LincolnshirePolicy commitmentDevolution DealResponsibility (to be exercised by the Mayor) for a devolved and consolidated, multi-year local transport budget. Responsibility for an area-wide local transport plan and public transport functions will also be conferred to the GLCA and exercised by the Mayor.
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Transport and InfrastructureGreater LincolnshirePolicy commitmentDevolution DealAbility to franchise bus services, which will support the Combined Authority's delivery of smart and integrated ticketing across the Combined Authority's constituent councils (to be exercised by the Mayor)
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Transport and InfrastructureGreater LincolnshirePartnership CommitmentDevolution DealGovernment and the Greater Lincolnshire Combined Authority will enter into joint working arrangements with Highways England on operations, maintenance and local investment through a new Memorandum of Understanding.
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Transport and InfrastructureGreater LincolnshirePolicy commitmentDevolution DealOversight of a new Joint Investment and Assets Board, to be chaired by the Mayor, to review all public sector land and property assets and help unlock land for housing and employment
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Transport and InfrastructureGreater LincolnshirePolicy commitmentDevolution DealResponsibility for developing a strategic infrastructure delivery plan which will identify the infrastructure needed to support the increased delivery of new homes.
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EmploymentGreater ManchesterFundingDevolution DealExpanded Working Well pilot supported disabled towards a job, funding linked to performance
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EmploymentGreater ManchesterFundingDevolution DealCombined Authority to jointly commission the next phase of the Work Programme with DWP
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Enterprise and growthGreater ManchesterFundingDevolution DealDevolved business support budgets, incl Growth Accelerator, Manufacturing Advice Service and UKTI Export advice
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Enterprise and GrowthGreater ManchesterPartnership commitmentDevolution DealGreater Manchester Local Enterprise Partnership, the Growth Hub and Combined Authority will work with government to develop a strategic approach to regulatory delivery, building on the Better Business for All national programme, which will remove regulatory barriers to growth for businesses.
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FinanceGreater ManchesterPolicy commitmentDevolution DealControl of reformed earn back deal, within current £30m a year for 30 years framework
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Fire ServicesGreater ManchesterPolicy commitmentDevolution DealTransfer of functions from the Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Authority to the directly- elected Mayor.
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HealthGreater ManchesterPartnership commitmentDevolution DealThe 10 Greater Manchester LAs, 12 CCGs and NHS England have agreed an MoU to devolve commissioning with a total budget of £6 billion for health and social care to a partnership of GM LAs and CCGs. The GM Board will take full responsibility from April 2016.
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HealthGreater ManchesterPolicy commitmentDevolution DealCreation of a united, single leadership for public health across Greater Manchester.
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HousingGreater ManchesterFundingDevolution DealDevolved £300 million Housing Investment Fund
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PlanningGreater ManchesterPolicy commitmentDevolution DealAdditional planning powers that enable the Mayor to make Mayoral Development Corporations to help drive regeneration and progress on complex schemes. This is subject to the agreement of the Cabinet member(s) from the borough(s) in which the Mayoral Development Corporation would have power.
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PlanningGreater ManchesterPolicy commitmentDevolution DealCompulsory Purchase Powers for the Mayor, subject to the consent of the agreement of the Cabinet member(s) from the borough(s) in which the Compulsory Purchase Order will be used.
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SkillsGreater ManchesterFundingDevolution DealDevolved Apprenticeship Grant for Employers
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SkillsGreater ManchesterPartnership commitmentDevolution DealPower to re-structure the Further Education provision, 16 to 18 skills
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Transport and infrastructureGreater ManchesterFundingDevolution DealDevolved and consolidated transport budget through multi-year settlement
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Transport and infrastructureGreater ManchesterFundingDevolution DealResponsibility for franchised bus services and smart ticketing across all transport modes
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Transport and infrastructureGreater ManchesterPolicy commitmentDevolution DealExploring opportunities for devolving rail stations across city region
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Use of AssetsGreater ManchesterPolicy commitmentDevolution DealEstablishment of The Greater Manchester Land Commission. The Commission will oversee use of the public sector estate, will be jointly chaired by the Mayor and Housing Minister and will include Ministers from key land-owning Departments.
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Children's ServicesLiverpool City RegionPartnership CommitmentDevolution DealGovernment will support Liverpool City Region to undertake a fundamental review of the way that children's services are delivered. The review will explore how integrated and more efficient ways of delivering services can be achieved by making best use of existing resources.
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CrimeLiverpool City RegionPartnership CommitmentDevolution DealGovernment will work with Liverpool City Region and Merseyside and Cheshire Police and Crime Commissioners to develop and strengthen the local role in commissioning joined up local criminal justice services.
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Energy and EnvironmentLiverpool City RegionPartnership commitmentDevolution DealControl of a new £20 million a year funding allocation over 30 years to be invested in the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Single Investment Fund, to boost growth.
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Energy and EnvironmentLiverpool City RegionPartnership commitmentDevolution DealOfgem commit to considering proposals put forward by the Liverpool City Region and the DNO as part of the 'Quicker and More Efficient Connections' project.
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Energy and EnvironmentLiverpool City RegionPartnership commitmentDevolution DealDECC commits to work with Liverpool City Region on the design of future home energy efficiency programmes, including ways to make delivery mechanisms more efficient and effective.
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Energy and EnvironmentLiverpool City RegionPartnership CommitmentDevolution DealGovernment will work with the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority to explore ways in which the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority Mayor can be enabled to implement Clean Air Zones in the Combined Authority area.
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Enterprise and GrowthLiverpool City RegionPartnership commitmentDevolution DealMore effective joint working with UKTI to boost trade and investment, and responsibility to work jointly with government to develop and implement a devolved approach to the delivery of national business support programmes from 2017.
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Enterprise and GrowthLiverpool City RegionPartnership commitmentDevolution DealLCR and the government, and in particular UKTI and the GREAT Britain campaign, will continue engagement to establish International Festival for Business Liverpool as a vital feature of the international business calendar in 2018 and 2020.
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Enterprise and GrowthLiverpool City RegionPolicy commitmentDevolution DealLCR will receive additional Enterprise Zones and/or extension of existing zones, subject to the current bidding round for further Enterprise Zones.
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Enterprise and GrowthLiverpool City RegionPartnership commitmentDevolution DealGovernment will offer Liverpool City Region expert advice and support to ensure they are able to put forward a City Region led proposal to undertake a Science and Innovation audit.
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Enterprise and GrowthLiverpool City RegionPolicy commitmentDevolution DealHMRC commits to extending its existing policy of custom warehousing and other reliefs to any goods that are imported and then manufactured and/or assembled in Liverpool City Region before export subject to the applicants meeting the necessary conditions outlined in the various customs notices. To deliver this, HMRC will agree to consider approving reliefs such as custom warehouses on this basis as and when businesses operating in the city region apply for this facility.
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FinanceLiverpool City RegionFundingDevolution DealLiverpool City Region will create a Single Investment Fund that draws together city region and agreed national funding streams to deliver an ambitious investment programme across the city region.
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FinanceLiverpool City RegionFundingDevolution DealControl of a £30 million a year funding allocation over 30 years, to be invested in the Single Investment Fund. The funding will be subject to 5-yearly gateway assessments.
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FinanceLiverpool City RegionFundingDevolution DealGovernment will give the LCR Mayor the power to place a supplement on business rates to fund infrastructure, with the agreement of the local business community through the local enterprise partnership, up to a cap.
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