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Tees Valley Combined Authority Mayoral Election - 2 May 2024

The Role of the Mayor for the Tees Valley Combined Authority

The Mayor chairs the Combined Authority, a body, set up by law to lead the economic development of the Tees Valley.   The Combined Authority works alongside the five Tees Valley councils to improve the economy of the area, bring in new investment, create jobs and transform the Tees Valley. The Combined Authority has responsibility for transport, place, culture & tourism, skills & education, business growth & investment and devolution. 

What is Tees Valley Combined Authority?

The Tees Valley Combined Authority was created in April 2016. Its purpose is to drive economic growth and job creation in the area. It is a partnership of five authorities; Darlington, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Redcar & Cleveland and Stockton-on-Tees, working closely with the business community and other partners to make local decisions to support the growth of our economy.

The election for the Mayor for the Tees Valley Combined Authority will be co-ordinated across the Tees Valley area by the Tees Valley Combined Authority Returning Officer [external link], who is based at Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council [external link], however local arrangements for Darlington will be delegated to the Local Returning Officer.

All residents who are registered and eligible to vote at the TVCA Mayoral Election will receive a candidate guide in advance of the election.

For information on this election and to view a copy of the candidate guide visit

For further information contact the:-

Elections Office
Town Hall
DL1 5 QT
Tel. 01325 406444
E-Mail [email protected]

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