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“The Tees Valley Combined Authority and Local Enterprise Partnership are a fantastic example of public-private partnership – the strongest and most ambitious in the country”
Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) were created by the government in 2011 to bring local authorities and businesses together to set local economic priorities, drive economic growth, improve infrastructure, raise skills and create jobs. The Tees Valley LEP is considered to be one of the most effective and integrated nationally.
When the Tees Valley Combined Authority was established in 2016 the Combined Authority and the LEP came together as one organisation, with a shared purpose and brand.
Private sector members of the LEP play a key role in influencing the development and delivery of the strategies of the Tees Valley Combined Authority. Members come together regularly to ensure that the unique voice of business is heard, and influences decision making.
Our private sector members act also as champions for their industries and ambassadors for Tees Valley.
The Tees Valley Combined Authority was created in April 2016. Our purpose is to drive economic growth and job creation in the area.
We are a partnership of five authorities; Darlington, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Redcar & Cleveland and Stockton-on-Tees, working closely with the Local Enterprise Partnership, wider business community and other partners to make local decisions to support the growth of our economy.
Under the devolution deal with Government, we are taking on responsibilities previously held by Westminster and Whitehall; for transport, infrastructure, skills, business investment, housing and culture and tourism.
On the 4th May 2017, the people of the Tees Valley elected their first Tees Valley Mayor, Ben Houchen, who chairs the Combined Authority.
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