West Yorkshire Combined Authority is now responsible for a circa £2 billion programme of devolved government investment to boost jobs, growth and transport in the City Region. This includes the £1 billion LEP Growth Deal – the largest such settlement of any local enterprise partnership area in the country – and the £1 billion West Yorkshire-plus Transport Fund, as well as other local, national and European funding.

This investment – alongside a first-stage devolution deal agreed with government in March 2015, with the prospect of further devolution on the cards – marks the start of an important new phase for our organisation. It provides us with the tools to deliver growth and jobs at a scale unprecedented in 10 years of economic partnership working and to increase the difference we are making to the City Region economy.

In this section, you can find details of the projects that we are responsible for delivering to improve the lives of those living in our city region.​ This includes a summary of projects funded through the LEP growth deal.

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