The North of Tyne Cabinet is the decision-making body of the authority, with wide-ranging powers and responsibilities over economic growth, skills, housing policy and enhancing the places and communities in our region. It aims to drive economic growth and job creation, invest in digital skills and science and support rural growth.
The North of Tyne Cabinet comprises the Elected Mayor, two elected members from each constituent council and a representative of the North East Local Enterprise Partnership, with the elected members being responsible for a specific portfolio.
Elected Mayor of North of Tyne Combined Authority and Chair of Cabinet
Deputy Mayor of the NTCA, Elected Mayor of North Tyneside Council
Deputy Leader of Northumberland County Council
Mayoral Ambassador for the Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise sector
The Forward Plan for the North of Tyne Combined Authority (NTCA) is published in accordance with the requirements of the Combined Authorities (Overview and Scrutiny Committees, Access to Information and Audit Committees) Order 2017.
It gives 28 clear days’ notice of the key decisions that are planned to be taken by the NTCA, or by a Chief Officer under delegation.
Forward Plan of Decisions
A key decision is defined in the NTCA’s Constitution as a decision which is likely to:
Result in the Authority or the Mayor incurring significant expenditure, or the making of significant savings, having regard to the Authority’s budget for the service or function to which the decision relates; or
Be significant in terms of its effects on persons living or working in an area comprising two or more electoral wards or divisions in the Authority’s area.