Published date 21 January 2022

West of England Combined Authority Meetings – January 2022

The next meeting of the West of England Combined Authority Committee will take place in the Bath Guildhall on Friday 28 January at 12 noon.

The meeting will be chaired by Metro Mayor, Dan Norris, and attended by Bath & North East Somerset Council Leader, Cllr Kevin Guy; Bristol Council Mayor, Marvin Rees, and South Gloucestershire Council Leader, Cllr Toby Savage. The Chair of the West of England Local Enterprise Partnership, Richard Bonner, will also attend.

Members of the public can present submitted statements at the meeting but due to ongoing Covid-19 restrictions, it may be necessary to limit the number of people who can attend. Up to 30 minutes will be available for statements.

The West of England Joint Committee, the decision-making body for issues relating to the West of England Combined Authority, Bath & North East Somerset, Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire councils, and the West of England Local Enterprise Partnership will meet afterwards on Friday 28 January at 2pm in the Bath Guildhall.

Both meetings will be live-streamed and be available to view afterwards on the West of England Combined Authority’s YouTube channel.

The Combined Authority’s Overview & Scrutiny Committee will meet in advance of both committees on Monday 24 January at 2pm at Kingswood Civic Centre.

For more details and agendas visit: www.westofengland-ca.gov.uk/meetings.

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