Working together for North Wales
The Board is a joint-committee and is the decision-making body, responsible for the leadership, vision, delivery and strategic direction of the Growth Deal.
Find out more about the Board members here.
The group provides strategic and professional advice to the North Wales Economic Ambition Board in the fields of transport, skills and employment, economic development, housing, land use planning and digital.
The members also act as the Portfolio Board to oversee the development, co-ordination and successful delivery of the Growth Deal programmes and other projects commissioned by the North Wales Economic Ambition Board.
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Providing strategic advice and challenge to the North Wales Economic Ambition Board; the board promotes engagement, participation and investment from the private sector.
Find out more about the Business Delivery Board members here.
Responsible for planning and coordinating an integrated strategic transportation service in North Wales. It provides advice to the North Wales Economic Ambition Board on matters relating to regional transport, coordinates regional responses to the Welsh Government on proposals to improve public transport and coordinates the delivery of regional strategic transport interventions.
Find out more about the Transport Sub-Board members here.
Responsible, along with key partners, for delivering the Growth Deal, and holding stewardship of the regional economic vision. The team is passionate about North Wales, and is focused on improving economic, social, and environmental wellbeing, and committed to the region’s future.
Find out more about the Portfolio Management Office here.
The partnership brings together employers, skills providers and key local stakeholders to better understand and resolve skills mismatches at a regional and local level. The partnership aims to identify current and future regional skills needs, and use this intelligence to shape the provision of post-16 education and training.
Find out more about the Regional Skills Partnership by visiting their website here.