The EMCCA Board, made up of the four leaders and deputy leaders from Derbyshire, Derby, Nottinghamshire and Nottingham councils debated a number of key reports at their first meeting on 20 March at Chesterfield Borough Council.
The first formal meeting of the new East Midlands Combined County Authority (EMCCA) takes place this week – with council leaders set to discuss an ambitious blueprint for the region’s future.
Regulations allowing for the EMCCA to be created have been signed by Levelling Up Minister Jacob Young MP.
A top regional lawyer has been appointed to the shadow board steering the creation of the […]
Residents across Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Derby and Nottingham will get the chance to vote for the first-ever […]
The proposed East Midlands Combined County Authority (EMCCA) has moved one step closer to reality after key legislation was approved in Westminster.
Stakeholders representing a broad range of interests across the region – including business, universities and colleges, and emergency services – were given the opportunity to put questions to senior officers at the four councils.
Mark Rogers has been appointed as the Interim Chief Officer of the East Midlands devolution programme, as part of plans to set up a new mayoral combined authority covering Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Derby and Nottingham.