The main decision-making body of the GMCA.
Oversees the work and strategic direction of the Association of Greater Manchester Authorities (AGMA). Leads on policy, and has delegated decision-making powers from the 10 Greater Manchester councils. AGMA has the same membership at the GMCA.
The Standards Committee deals with matters of conduct and ethical standards regarding members of the Greater Manchester Combined Authority and its committees.
The Resources Committee considers matters relating to the transition to an integrated Greater Manchester Combined Authority.
Checks that the finances of the GMCA and the Association of Greater Manchester Authorities (AGMA) are managed to high standards of openness, integrity and accountability. It is a legal requirement to have an Audit Committee.
Checks that decisions made by the GMCA, the Association of Greater Manchester Authorities (AGMA) executive board, the Greater Manchester Transport committee and Transport for Greater Manchester, help make the region a better place to live, work, study and do business.
Public and private sector representatives focus on housing, infrastructure and town centres.
Monitors the performance of, and grants paid to, organisations funded by the Association of Greater Manchester Authorities (AGMA).
Reviews and scrutinises health services and acts as a consultative body to local health providers when they have a duty to consult.
Oversees the travel services provided by Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM). Three sub-committees look in more detail at: capital projects and policy; bus travel; and the Metrolink and rail networks.
Empowers business leaders to set strategies and economic priorities to drive growth and job creation
One of two statutory components of an Integrated Care System, alongside the Integrated Care Board (ICB). The GM Integrated Care Partnership is a joint committee of the ICB and ten Local Authorities with wider membership to reflect the partnership approach to address the health and care needs of the population including determinants of health and wellbeing such as employment, environment, and housing.
Considers matters relation to the establishment and implementation of waste disposal stratagies of the GMCA and oversees matters relating to the effective management of waste disposal operations including contracts and the behavioural change programme.
In 2016, GMCA established a new Culture, Arts and Leisure Portfolio, recognising the importance of these issues to the economic growth, social well-being and attractiveness of Greater Manchester.
Council leaders and independent members with skills and experience of criminal justice and community safety. Works with the Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime with a focus on the Police and Crime Plan.
To help build trust and public confidence, an independent policing ethics committee – the first of its type in the country – will advise the Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime, Beverley Hughes, and Greater Manchester Police on the complex dilemmas that policing faces in the modern world.
The Partnership isresponsible,on behalf ofthe GMCA, for overseeing the monitoring and deliveryarrangements for the Greater Manchester 5 Year Environment Plan, as part of Priority 7 `Green City Region’ of the Greater Manchester Strategy.The Partnership willoversee delivery via a number of Challenge Groups, identifying individual tasks (Task and Finish Groups), synergies and gaps, then provision of appropriate advice to the GMCA on mitigation measures, including the development and delivery of future policies and strategies.
The GM Air Quality Administration Committee is a joint committee created by the ten Greater Manchester local authorities and the Greater Manchester Combined Authority.
The GM Clean Air Charging Authorities Committee is a joint committee created by the ten Greater Manchester local authorities to enable joint decisions to be taken as required by the Constituent Authorities as charging authorities in relation to the Greater Manchester Clean Air Zone.
These Committees have been established to ensure that GM is in a position to implement the Greater Manchester Clean Air Plan.
Government agreed that the GM charging Clean Air Zone would not go ahead on 30 May 2022. Greater Manchester local authorities have submitted the case for a new investment-led Clean Air Plan, with no charging Clean Air Zone, to government.
Further information can be found on the Clean Air Greater Manchester website: Clean Air Greater Manchester
The Gender-Based Violence (GBV) Board has been established by GMCA to drive and oversee implementation of the city-region’s ten-year Gender-Based Violence Strategy. It is tasked with ensuring ongoing collaboration of public sector agencies, partners including from the voluntary and community sector, and the communities of Greater Manchester, to deliver systemic change in order to reduce and eradicate gender-based violence.