In May 2017 six new metro mayors were elected in combined authorities across England, but what are they and what do they do?
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Mayors: the run-up to 2020What Tim Bowles is doing about skills inequalities across the West of England
Despite few formal devolved powers, Tim Bowles has unveiled a package of measures to boost skills provision in the West of England.
Centre for Cities and Arup were delighted to host a reception for the launch of the inaugural UK City Leaders Survey 2018
We will be partnering with the Property Industry Alliance on an event to discuss investment opportunities in the West of England
Six months of the metro mayorsNational leaders must get off the fence and give metro mayors the support they need to deliver
More devolution will be crucial in helpng the mayors deliver on big issues like housing, deprivation and productivity
Six months of the metro mayorsMetro mayors have the potential to radically change governance in England
The new mayors have been sure-footed and are fulfilling expectations
Six months of the metro mayorsTim Bowles: ‘I want to ensure that everyone in the West of England can fulfil their potential’
We’ve invited each of the metro mayors to reflect on the first six months of their mayoralties. Here, the mayor of the West of England discusses his time in office so far
This summit brought together the UK metro mayors with mayors from the USA for a series of private meetings and a special networking reception
The Chancellor put cities – and mayoral city regions in particular - at the heart of many of the key Budget announcements
Six months of the metro mayorsSix months of Tim Bowles: the outlook in West of England
Tim Bowles has business connections across the city region, but faces big challenges in addressing its housing and transport needs