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The highly anticipated Black Country & Marches Institute of Technology (BCIoT) in Dudley received a ministerial seal of approval
Business bosses from across the Black Country have the chance to boost their businesses as part of a regional network offering free expert support and business advice.
City of Wolverhampton Council is set to launch a new £3million programme to boost youth employment in the city
More than £13 million pounds will be invested in bringing two of the borough’s sheltered housing schemes up to modern living standards for the benefit of tenants.
A scheme to improve Brierley Hill High Street has been given a near £250,000 boost.
City of Wolverhampton Council is set to start the process of appointing a contractor to construct a new £8.1million technical centre as part of its City Learning Quarter vision.
How can your business benefit from industrial decarbonisation? Free online event, part of the Black Country Business Festival
Join the Repowering the Black Country team for an online event designed to help business navigate decarbonisation and cut energy bills.
Cadent Gas video series
Metro development and operations teams in the West Midlands are celebrating after being recognised with a number of prestigious accolades at the annual Global Light Rail Awards.
With hundreds of millions of pounds of investment being made into the West Midlands public transport system, a new rail training centre was officially launched
City of Wolverhampton Council today (Thursday) announced its preferred developer for its Bilston Urban Village employment site.
Work is moving forward on a new UK headquarters in the Black Country
The West Midlands Combined Authority has set out a package of measures to help the region’s unemployed gain the skills needed to get back into work
i9 office space fully let within weeks as West Midlands Pension Fund look to enhance service delivery
West Midlands Pension Fund has become the latest organisation to become a tenant of the city’s new i9 development.
KIONDO CIC are proud to announce their Take Action Fund, funded by West Midlands Combined Authority’s Cultural & Creative Social Enterprise Development Programme