About the Liverpool City Region Combined
The Liverpool City Region Combined Authority is led by Mayor Steve Rotheram and brings together region’s six local councils – Halton, Knowsley, Liverpool, Sefton, St Helens and Wirral – to tackle the big issues that matter to us all, together.
The authority has taken powers and funding from the national government to through a ‘devolution’ deal. This means that we can take decisions and make investments locally, where we know what our region needs, instead of them being taken by politicians and officials in London.
Through the Combined Authority, we work together to make investments in areas that have a real impact on our communities, like transport, employment and skills, culture, digital and housing. By using the devolved powers we have, we can make a real and meaningful difference to the lives of the people living and working in the area.
Working closely together with our six local councils means that we can create stronger communities and make our city region somewhere we can all be proud of.
We have already seen the benefits that our work has produced, and have invested over £1 billion in schemes to:
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