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Greater Manchester Combined Authority

The GMCA, made up of the ten Greater Manchester local authorities and set up in 2011, became the country's first statutory 'supercouncil' with power to co-ordinate the region's regeneration, economy and transport priorities. It was preceded by AGMA (the Association of Greater Manchester Authorities), established in 1986, which continues to act as a voice for the ten councils.

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