Social Media House Rules

House Rules

Our social media channels will feature a variety of information from our services and partners, keeping you informed and up to date with what is happening across the North of Tyne.

We’re here to help in any way that we can, but we expect users to offer us the same level of courtesy that we offer them. We want our social media channels to be safe spaces and a place for healthy, open and insightful discussion, which is why we have a short set of house rules.

These house rules applies to our social media channels:

It can be read at

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Website Accessibility Statement

The North of Tyne Combined Authority is committed to making its websites accessible, in accordance with the Public Sector Bodies (Websites and Mobile Applications) (No. 2) Accessibility Regulations 2018 (external website) (‘the Accessibility Regulations’)

The accessibility statement applies to it can be read at

We’re always looking to improve the accessibility of this website contact, 0191 211 5695 

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Non-financial information the North of Tyne Combined Authority

Below you will find the non-financial information the North of Tyne Combined Authority is required to publish under the Local Government Transparency Code 2015 or as recommended good practice.

If you cannot find the documentation you require contact, 0191 211 5695.

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Inclusive Economy Policy Statement

The North of Tyne Combined Authority is focused on developing an inclusive and dynamic economy, for us this means becoming the home of ambition and opportunity for all.

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NTCA Carbon Footprint Report - November 2022

This carbon footprint report includes a proportion of emissions from our previous office at Quadrant West, as North of Tyne Combined Authority relocated to The Lumen in August 2021.

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NTCA Equalities Objectives

The North of Tyne Combined Authority is required to publish equalities objectives every four years and provide regular updates on our progress. In line with good practice and based on expert advice from the EHRC we have produced the examples below for consideration and comment. Our objectives will sit alongside our refreshed equalities policy and an internal action plan to guide activity across the organisation.

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Register of Significant Partnerships

This Significant Partnerships register identifies all those partnerships that are entirely or substantially responsible for delivering or managing an outcome for the North of Tyne Combined Authority.

Partnerships which provide a pure networking function, or which are contracts with those providing goods and services, are not included.

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