What is a metropolitan hub ?
A metropolitan hub is a public structure created by mutual agreement between separate authorities with their own tax-levying powers.
Members examine applications from candidate authorities. Admittance is by unanimous vote.
Why join a metropolitan hub ?
A metropolitan hub is an opportunity for authorities to work together on areas of shared interest, with a view to improving the structure and coordination of their territory.
- Economic development, green economy, green growth
- Tourism development
- Major transport/communication infrastructure
- Higher education, innovation, R&D
- Territorial balance, rural affairs, access to facilities and services
- Energy transition
- Sustainable development
- Governance and best practice