City of Wolverhampton Council has completed a £600,000 scheme to create a safer walking and cycling route for students between the city’s transport Interchange and the University of Wolverhampton’s new Springfield Campus.
You are invited to find out how the Midlands can regain its rightful place as Britain's economic engine.
It’s moving in day for the first business to relocate and benefit as part of a multi-million pound business and innovation zone.
WV Living has unveiled exciting designs of its first houses to be built in the City of Wolverhampton.
The venue for the city’s first annual Wolverhampton Independent Retail Excellence (WIRE) Awards has been announced amidst a flurry of entries.
City of Wolverhampton’s first Housing Fair on Sunday (April 2) will give home seekers the opportunity to speak face-to-face to people in the business.
Residents Week next month will highlight the ways people can make the most of living, learning and working in the City of Wolverhampton.
Drivers are being encouraged to take advantage of 20 minutes FREE parking in the new-look multi-storey car park when dropping off or collecting passengers at City of Wolverhampton Railway Station.
Residents Week (April 1 to 7) will offer the chance for businesses providing social care and public health services to discover ways to win business in the City of Wolverhampton.
Dazzling photography of some of the natural world’s most astonishing sights is coming to Wolverhampton in a summer blockbuster show.
City of Wolverhampton Council is putting in the extra miles when it comes to delivering cycle routes as part of its active travel network.
City of Wolverhampton Council has been handed £478,000 government funding to help fulfil a long-term plan to grow the number of electric taxis in the city.
Watch local history come to life in the first ever ‘Silver Screen Saturdays’ showing Wolverhampton as never seen before.
Nearly 3,000 international delegates visited the Midlands UK pavilion during global real estate show MIPIM 2017 (Cannes, France, 14-17 March) to learn about opportunities to invest in areas across the region.
On 4 May there will be a huge shift in the way the West Midlands is run. Local people across the West Midlands will have the power to vote for a brand new Combined Authority Mayor to take control of the region.
Thousands of rail travellers will now be able to get around in the West Midlands the smart way using a new-look Swift card.