Wolverhampton residents are being urged to shop local during lockdown and in the run up to Christmas to support city businesses and protect jobs.
New pictures released today show the first sections of track have been laid as part of the pioneering multi-million Very Light Rail (VLR) development in the borough.
Government have backed the development of new ‘space hubs’ across England
Organisations across the West Midlands have pledged to take more than 50 actions to help put an end to health inequalities in the region.
CityFibre has begun work in Wolverhampton City Centre as part of its £4.9m agreement with City of Wolverhampton Council to provide future-proof full fibre connectivity for public sector services.
The ambitious Wolverhampton Interchange project has won a major award.
The Mayor of the West Midlands has urged the region’s businesses to increase their digital skills to be able to compete in the post-pandemic economy.
People are being given the opportunity to help shape £25million regeneration blueprints for a major gateway into Dudley.
A major £1.1 million regeneration and safety scheme which has revitalised the Carters Green area in West Bromwich has been shortlisted for a prestigious Planning Excellence award.
City of Wolverhampton Council has confirmed details of how city businesses affected by the Coronavirus local restrictions and national lockdown can access new Government support grants.
The Starley Network of safe cycle routes across the West Midlands will benefit from a £13 million Government active travel grant announced today.
Sandwell Council has launched the application process for businesses to apply for support grants if they have been forced to closed due to the latest national government restrictions
City of Wolverhampton Council’s eye-catching modern office development i9 has hit new heights with its roof structure in the process of being completed.
People can find advice and support on how to look after their mental health during the latest pandemic lockdown.
Local people are being urged to join an online careers fair to find out more about gaining new jobs in health and social care.
Andy Street, the Mayor of the West Midlands has urged the Government to ‘get behind Housing First’ and roll it out across the country.