Talks held on East Midlands combined authority

By Martin Ford | 16 March 2022

Proposals for an East Midlands combined authority covering Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire could be put forward to the Government as part of county deal negotiations.

Talks on a combined authority, which would cover the same footprint as the local enterprise partnership, have been held between the two county councils, Nottingham and Derby city councils, and Government officials.

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