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Tees Valley Metro Mayor Candidate Manifestos

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Click through this slideshare to find out what candidates for the Tees Valley metro mayor have proposed in their manifestos

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Tees Valley Metro Mayor Candidate Manifestos

  1. 1. youth and adult skills Tees Valley Metro Mayor - Candidate Manifestos Sue Jeffrey, Labour • Adult skills budget The metro mayor will have control over the: Chris Foote Wood, Liberal Democrats • Ensure school age children gain meaningful work experience rolling out the Foundation for Job’s ‘entitlement’ across the Tees Valley • Coordinate the skills links between Job Centres and colleges • Ensure across the Tees Valley the number of higher level apprenticeship schemes are increased. The above is based on manifestos made public by declared candidate. A detailed manifesto is not available for Ben Houchen (Conservative) • Institute a review to improve education standards and create more apprenticeships better focused to job opportunities • Train teenagers and re-train adults with the prospect of real jobs.
  2. 2. Tees Valley Metro Mayor - Candidate Manifestos Sue Jeffrey, Labour • Compulsory purchase powers The metro mayor will have control over the: Chris Foote Wood, Liberal Democrats • Join up rail, buses and other transports into a Tees Valley metro; • Work with Councils to coordinate efforts from pot-hole repairs to highways priorities; • Lead efforts to build a new congestion-busting bridge over the RiverTees. The above is based on manifestos made public by declared candidate. A detailed manifesto is not available for Ben Houchen (Conservative) • A new crossing of the RiverTees with a new, eye-catching and iconic bridge; • Better road access to Teesport; • Improve A19 and east-west links; • Electrify Northallerton to Teesport rail line; • Extend stations to take longer trains; • Replace outdated Pacer trains; • Introduce a Metro system for both sides of the Tees, with a Freedom Card for students and pensioners and an Oyster system for all. transport and infrastructure
  3. 3. Tees Valley Metro Mayor - Candidate Manifestos Sue Jeffrey, Labour Chris Foote Wood, Liberal Democrats • Work with businesses to promote our Living Wage so that the minimum a Tees Valley worker gets is £8.45 an hour • Lead on a buy local plan working with the biggest local spenders and employers to buy local, supporting Tees Valley jobs; • Ensure local firms can compete for publicly- funded work. The above is based on manifestos made public by declared candidate. A detailed manifesto is not available for Ben Houchen (Conservative) • Immediately initiate a new Development Corporation, a Tees Land Commission and the Tees Valley Investment Fund to bring new jobs into the area. business and enterprise
  4. 4. Tees Valley Metro Mayor - Candidate Manifestos Sue Jeffrey, Labour Chris Foote Wood, Liberal Democrats • Create 20,000 new homes across the Tees Valley • Take over unused public sector land. The above is based on manifestos made public by declared candidate. A detailed manifesto is not available for Ben Houchen (Conservative) housing and planning • Mayoral Development Corporations The metro mayor will have control over: No housing policies are featured in the manifesto

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