The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority is committed to transparency. We comply with the DCLG's Local Government Transparency Code 2015 and take a clear and open attitude to our business agenda.
As such, the following information sets out the mandatory data (with links where applicable) and other information required under this code.
This includes the publication of the details of each individual item of expenditure that exceeds £500. This will be updated on a monthly basis and can be found under the documents tab of this page above.
The Combined Authority is held to account by two committees made up of representatives from partner local authorities; the Overview and Scrutiny Committee and the Audit and Governance Committee. An Employment Committee has also been formed to consider employment decisions made by the Combined Authority. More details about the membership of the committees, meetings and relevant documents can be found on their individual committee pages.
The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority is upheld by its constitution. This includes more information about the overall structure of the Combined Authority, non-executive committees and procedure rules.
The final statement of accounts and other financial information can be found on the Audit and Governance Committee page.
Each Combined Authority Board member has a register of interest form. This can be viewed by clicking on their individual profile pages.
To view the register of interest forms for committee members, these can be viewed on the individual committee pages by clicking on the member's name.
Information for individual meetings can be found by using our meeting calendar.
The Interim Business Board is Chaired by Cllr Charles Roberts, and its purpose is to oversee and provide leadership for the creation of a new LEP. View the last set of meeting papers and minutes from the LEP Shadow Board. Other LEP papers can be found via our Meetings page and further information about The Business Board can be found here.
Meeting papers are uploaded within five working days of the meetings taking place and meeting minutes will be uploaded within ten working days of the meetings taking place.
The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority will take all necessary steps to ensure that the personal data it holds about its customers, suppliers, employees and all other individuals is processed fairly and lawfully. View our data protection policy.
Allowances are reviewed by an Independent Remuneration Panel. View the latest report from the Independent Remuneration Panel.
The public is entitled to expect the CPCA to conduct its affairs with integrity, honesty and openness and demand the highest standards of conduct from those working for it. Our Corporate Anti-Fraud & Bribery Policy & Statement outlines the Authority’s commitment to this.
The Combined Authority is accountable to local people for the successful implementation of the devolution deal; consequently, the government expects the Combined Authority to monitor and evaluate its deal in order to demonstrate and report on progress. View our monitoring and evaluation framework.