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City Deals

City Deals give local areas specific powers and freedoms to help the region support economic growth, create jobs or invest in local projects.

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

A City Deal is an agreement between government and a city. It gives the city and its surrounding area certain powers and freedom to:

  • take charge and responsibility of decisions that affect their area
  • do what they think is best to help businesses grow
  • create economic growth
  • decide how public money should be spent

Wave 1

The government has concluded deals with Greater Birmingham and Solihull, Bristol and the West of England, Greater Manchester, Leeds City Region, Liverpool City Region, Nottingham, Newcastle and Sheffield City Region. The deals present an impressive picture of devolved powers and new and innovative ways of doing things that will unlock growth and deliver jobs.

The core cities have estimated that the first wave of deals will create 175,000 jobs over the next 20 years and 37,000 new apprenticeships.

  1. Unlocking growth in cities: city deals wave 1
  2. City Deal: Greater Birmingham
  3. City Deal: Bristol
  4. City Deal: Leeds
  5. City Deal: Liverpool
  6. City Deal: Greater Manchester
  7. City Deal: Newcastle
  8. City Deal: Nottingham
  9. City Deal: Sheffield

Wave 2

  1. City Deal: Black Country
  2. City Deal: Greater Brighton
  3. City Deals: Greater Cambridge
  4. City Deal: Coventry and Warwickshire
  5. City Deal: Hull & Humber
  6. City Deal: Greater Ipswich
  7. City Deal: Leicester and Leicestershire
  8. City Deal: Greater Norwich
  9. City Deal: Oxford and Oxfordshire
  10. City Deal: Plymouth and the South West Peninsula
  11. City Deal: Preston, South Ribble and Lancashire
  12. City Deal: Southampton and Portsmouth
  13. City Deal: Southend-on-Sea
  14. City Deal: Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire
  15. City Deal: Sunderland and South Tyneside
  16. City Deal: Swindon and Wiltshire
  17. City Deal: Tees Valley
  18. City Deal: Thames Valley Berkshire
Published 5 July 2013