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Who is responsible for delivering the schemes?
West Yorkshire Combined Authority is responsible for delivering the schemes. Leeds City Council is working in partnership with the West Yorkshire Combined Authority. The Combined Authority works with Local Authorities and businesses across West Yorkshire and York to create economic growth through large and small scale infrastructure projects such as this.
Who is paying for the improvements? Where is the money coming from?
The scheme is being delivered by West Yorkshire Combined Authority with funding from the Connecting Leeds programme.
What is Connecting Leeds?
Can the money be spent on other things? (e.g. bus services, other projects)
This scheme has funding allocated to it as part of the Connecting Leeds programme and therefore the funding will not be able to be spent on any other proposals or scheme. If the Combined Authority does not accept the business case, then the scheme cannot go ahead and the money put aside for this project will be reallocated elsewhere in the Connecting Leeds programme.
What engagement/feedback has already been done? How are you engaging with the public, businesses and stakeholders?
What is the decision making process?