Leaders to reconsider governance overhaul

By Martin Ford | 09 May 2022

Council leaders in the West of England have been told to think again on plans to overhaul governance arrangements over fears it could put £600m of funding at risk.

The West of England Combined Authority (WECA)’s scrutiny committee has called-in plans to ‘re-establish’ the West of England joint committee.

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