The NTCA are committed to investing in and promoting our places. We are the Home of Ambition.

Coronavirus recovery

The North of Tyne Combined Authority continues to align with national government guidance and work with our partner organisations to ensure a multi-agency approach to coronavirus as it evolves.

Visit the coronavirus recovery page for more information. 

 

Brexit Support

The UK has left the European Union and there will be new rules for businesses and residents in operation from the 1st January 2021.

The purpose of this webpage is to help direct businesses and residents to externally provided information and advice.

Visit the Brexit Support page for more information. 

 

Brownfield Housing

On the 30th June 2020 the North of Tyne Combined Authority were awarded £24m of Government funding to allow local authorities to target additional investment towards brownfield sites requiring intervention.

This funding will support the delivery of up to 2,500 additional homes in the North of Tyne area on brownfield land by 2025.

Visit the Brownfield Housing project for more information.

 

Climate Change Emergency

Mayor Jamie Driscoll declared a climate emergency on his first day of office and all three of our local authorities have also declared climate emergencies.

The North of Tyne Combined Authority are committed to work alongside our local authorities to ensure the North of Tyne is a leader in climate change education and the green revolution.

In a world first, each state-funded school in the combined authority area will have the opportunity to train one member of staff as a UN accredited climate change teacher.

The combined authority will also be holding a Citizens Assembly on Climate Change, giving our people the opportunity to voice their opinions on our climate emergency.

View the Climate Change Education project for more information.

View the Citizens Assembly on Climate Change project for more information.

 

Green New Deal Fund

The Combined Authority recognises the scale of the challenge to reduce carbon emissions but also the opportunity that the shift to a green economy presents for the North of Tyne area.

The Combined Authority is establishing a £9m Green New Deal Fund which can deliver significant carbon reductions as well as supporting new industry and jobs in areas where emissions reductions are most needed.

This call has now closed.

Visit the Green New Deal project for more information.

 

Offshore and subsea infrastructure investment

The North of Tyne area has a strong offshore and subsea sector, which is vital in supporting the growth of clean energy in the North East.

As part of a wider commitment to this industry the combined authority is now making £6.5m available to be invested in infrastructure that will strengthen existing capabilities and capacity.

This call has now closed.

Visit the Offshore and subsea project for more information.

 

North of Tyne Tour of Britain

The OVO Energy Tour of Britain, the UK’s biggest professional cycle race, returned to the North East of England in September 2019, as the North of Tyne hosted the third stage of the race.

It was the first ever OVO Energy Tour of Britain stage to link all the areas of the North of Tyne Combined Authority, with the route taking in Northumberland, North Tyneside and Newcastle Upon Tyne.

Visit the North of Tyne Tour of Britain project for more information.

 

Our work to tackle climate change and grow the green economy will be critical to the success of the North of Tyne region and help us deliver prosperity for our people. We will make the Tyne a hive of industry again.

Norma Redfearn CBE
Deputy NTCA Mayor and Mayor of North Tyneside

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