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  1. Devolution outcomes to be considered by Norfolk and Suffolk leaders

    By Suffolk County Council on September 6th, 2016

    Devolution outcomes to be considered by Norfolk and Suffolk leaders

    The outcomes of the Norfolk and Suffolk Devolution consultation will be considered by council leaders on Wednesday 7 September, ahead of submission to the Secretary of State. Throughout the consultation period, councils and the New Anglia LEP …

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  2. Devolution consultation draws to conclusion

    By Suffolk County Council on August 22nd, 2016

    Devolution consultation draws to conclusion

    Over the last seven weeks people across Norfolk and Suffolk have been offering their views and feedback on a proposed devolution deal and associated governance arrangements for the two counties. And fear not, it’s not too late to offer your view …

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  3. Devolution consultation starts today

    By Suffolk County Council on July 8th, 2016

    Devolution consultation starts today

    From today, people across Norfolk and Suffolk are being asked for their views on a proposed devolution deal and associated governance arrangements for the two counties. Devolution is about transferring certain decision-making powers and funding …

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  4. Improved East Anglia devolution settlement to be debated by councils

    By Suffolk County Council on July 5th, 2016

    Improved East Anglia devolution settlement to be debated by councils

    Proposed devolution deals for East Anglia published today would deliver £300m over five years for housing and £45m a year (for 30 years) to increase jobs, provide better infrastructure and drive growth in local businesses and the …

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  5. Devolution poll results show support for greater local decision making in Suffolk

    By Suffolk County Council on June 27th, 2016

    Devolution poll results show support for greater local decision making in Suffolk

    The results of a Suffolk-wide resident poll on devolution show that three out of five people support the idea of giving more decision making powers to East Anglia. As part of an independent poll carried out by Ipsos MORI on behalf of Suffolk …

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