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Information about Mayoral Combined Authority Board

Public attendance at meetings


If a member of the public wishes to attend an MCA Board Meeting, where possible, please register your interest at least two working days in advance of the meeting.  Please email


In line with recommendations from South Yorkshire Police and for public safety, members of the public attending MCA Board Meetings will be required to present photo ID and be subject to a bag search before being admitted into the building.


We have limited spaces on offer and these will be allocated in the order in which they were received.


About the MCA Board


The South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority is a formal membership of councils.


Formed in 2014, the constituent members of the Mayoral Combined Authority are Sheffield, Rotherham, Barnsley and Doncaster councils. The councils of Bassetlaw, Chesterfield, North East Derbyshire, Derbyshire Dales and Bolsover are ‘non-constituent’ members.


The Mayoral Combined Authority shapes policy and leads on decision-making.


On 4 May 2018, Dan Jarvis was elected as the first Mayor of South Yorkshire and became Chair of the Mayoral Combined Authority.


Mayor Oliver Coppard was elected as the second Mayor of South Yorkshire on 5 May 2022 and became Chair of the Mayoral Combined Authority.


Papers for these meetings are published 5 working days prior to each meeting and draft minutes are published within 10 clear working days of the meeting taking place.   Some papers may be withheld from publication. If this is the case, the agenda will indicate the appropriate exemption under Schedule 12A of the Local Government Act 1972.


The final minutes of Board meetings are published within 10 clear working days of being approved.


We have an archive of papers for Mayoral Combined Authority meetings which took place before 31 March 2019, please click on the Archive link in the navigation menu.


Members of the public can submit questions and petitions to the Mayoral Combined Authority.