West of England devolution is backed by public
by Sam Popper on August 26, 2016, posted in West of England categories
A consultation which engaged over 2,000 residents showed that 1,109 (55 per cent) think a West of England Mayoral Combined Authority would benefit the West of England region, while 674 (34 per cent) said that they did not agree.
“Finally each council will be asked to endorse his decision in October. It is at that time all three authorities independently will come to a balanced view about what will be best for their areas.”
This story was originally reported in the Bath Chronicle.