HOW WE MAKE DECISIONS
The South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority brings together public and private sector leaders to make decisions that drive economic growth and create a better place to live, work and enjoy.
We are committed to robust decision-making and ensuring that our financial management processes mean public money is being spent responsibly. Each year we review and refine our procedures to further improve our accountability.
We also strive to achieve high standards for being open and transparent with the public about how we are investing the money we receive.
Mayoral Combined Authority Procedures
The Mayor and the South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority have certain statutory powers over transport and funding from Government, and lead on decision-making.
To view committee details please click visit the Committees and Meetings database website.
Mayoral Combined Authority’s Procedures are available on our Policies and procedures page.
Local Enterprise Partnership Procedures
The Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) is responsible for setting the strategic direction for the Mayoral Combined Authority. The LEP has a key advisory role and works closely with the Mayoral Combined Authority to make strategic, policy and financial decisions.
To view committee details visit the Committees and Meetings database website.
Local Enterprise Partnership’s Procedures are available on our Policies and procedures page.
Requests for Information
The Freedom of Information Act 2000 gives you the right to request a copy of any information that a public sector organisation holds, including the South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority.
Financial Information & Expenditure
For more information on the financial information and expenditure of the South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority visit our Financial information and expenditure page.
For more information about the monitoring at the South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority visit our Monitoring page.