Work will start early this summer to demolish an eyesore building as part of City of Wolverhampton Interchange’s development plans.
To date the project has engaged 1647 customers and produced 202 job outcomes
The next phase of improvement works to a kilometre of the Bradley Arm of the Main Line Canal towpath will start this week.
The Black Country Passport to Employment was recognised as the West Midlands best practice project at The Careers & Enterprise Company’s national Join the Dots Conference on 10 May 2017 in Sheffield.
City of Wolverhampton is one of the top UK cities to raise a family - that’s according to MoneySuperMarket’s new index.
Developer Woodbourne Group has this week submitted a planning application for a 70-unit home scheme at West Bromwich’s Black Lake.
The University of Wolverhampton celebrated its investment of £100 million in a construction super campus at a prestigious event at the House of Lords in London.
The Black Country’s bid to become a Global Geopark is strengthening thanks to a number of positive recommendations by UNESCO.
Dudley Canal and Tunnel Trust are launching ‘Canal Memories’, a project to capture the memories of people who lived and worked on the canals in the Black Country.
City of Wolverhampton’s £55 million Westside scheme today (Friday) reached a major milestone.
Work on Wolverhampton’s new city centre market is set to start in early August after planning permission was granted.
LCP, the national commercial property investment company, has unveiled the first tenant to sign up to Prime Point, its multi-million pound speculative industrial and warehouse development in the Black Country.
Middleton Foods exhibited at Anuga in Cologne for the first time in 2015 thanks to the support from the team at the Department for International Trade in the Black Country, which included an exhibitor grant from the trade show access programme.
The Aston Programme for Small Business Growth has been developed to support early stage business leaders, to achieve sustainable growth through a series of workshops, one-to-one support and networking. It is fully funded by Aston University and the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
Works on the latest phase of the Bilston High Street pedestrian and cycle link have now been completed – and it is now open to the public.