On the 30th June 2020 North of Tyne Combined Authority were awarded £32m 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.
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.
North of Tyne Combined Authority is 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 held 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 and the Citizens Assembly on Climate Change project for more information.
The Northumberland Line Economic Corridor spans the North of Tyne’s three Local Authority areas, connecting our people to key innovation and employment assets within Newcastle City Centre, our housing sites and business parks in North Tyneside, and the towns and places and growing ‘green economy’ cluster in South East Northumberland.
Visit the Northumberland Line Economic Corridor project for more information.
Children North East will deliver the Poverty Truth Commission for the North of Tyne.
Visit Truth Poverty Commission for more information.
The Roundtable on Wellbeing is a partnership with Carnegie UK Trust.
For specific project contact details please visit the project page.
You can find information about all the NTCA projects through our interactive map.
For general enquiries please follow the contact details provided.