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Regeneration plans for City of Wolverhampton’s Southside area are set to take another step forward with derelict properties on Bell Street to be demolished.
Dudley College of Technology has been awarded Ofsted’s prestigious ‘outstanding’ rating following an inspection of the college on 25-26 January 2017 and 17-19 May 2017.
A new regeneration scheme in Dudley which is expected to create 7,000 new jobs and launch 300 new businesses was officially launched June 22nd
West Midlands Manufacturing Club are looking for 10 SMEs who currently supply, or have the potential to supply the rail sector, to take part in their FREE, three-day pilot rail tender supplier readiness programme, ‘Get On Track’ during August & September.
Businesses across the Dudley borough can now keep up to date with the latest news and information from the council with the launch of a new dedicated e-bulletin.
The Midlands Engine initiative aims to boost economic growth across the Midlands including through enhanced trade and investment. Seven market visits form the core of the initial Midlands Engine programme for 2017/18.
City of Wolverhampton Council was crowned Council of the Year at the ‘Oscars of local government’ and also scooped three other awards at a ceremony in London on JUNE 16
A further unit on a gateway retail park has been snapped up as its rejuvenation continues - and it delivers more jobs to the City of Wolverhampton.
Science and innovation could be a driving force behind the continuing economic renaissance of the West Midlands, a new report published today has concluded.
Plans for the £200m extension of the Midland Metro from Wednesbury to Brierley Hill have been handed to the Secretary of State for Transport, Chris Grayling.
A review of the blueprint plotting development in the Black Country over the next 20 years is set to get under way – and people will soon be given the chance to have their say.
New mayor of the West Midlands, Andy Street, has been named as the keynote speaker for this year’s Venturefest West Midlands to be held at the NEC Birmingham on the 27th June.
A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to save landmark community and commercial buildings from demolition and rebuild them at the Black Country Living Museum has been awarded £9.8m from the National Lottery.
Westside developers Urban&Civic are holding public drop-in sessions later this month prior to the submission of an outline planning application for the £55 million scheme.