The Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government has
published a report bringing together the latest information on
devolution agreements reached between the government and areas up
to 31 March 2016.
These devolution agreements are where the Government undertakes
to devolve powers and budgets to an area or region in return for
changes in local governance and political accountability.
The report shows that up to 31 March 2016 the government had
reached agreements with the following areas/regions:
- Greater Manchester
- Sheffield City Region
- North East
- Tees Valley
- West Midlands
- Liverpool City Region
- West of England
- East Anglia
- Greater Lincolnshire
The report also shows that a further 26 areas/regions had
submitted proposals for devolution to the government and
negotiations had taken place but agreement had not been reached.
Progress on the agreements since March 2016 has been mixed.
Read the full Annual Report on Devolution.