City of Wolverhampton has been ranked as the number one Western European City for manufacturing in terms of job creation.
‘Walking Out Of Darkness’ events will take place in Birmingham and London on Saturday 6th & 13th May 2017, bookending ‘Mental Health Awareness Week’.
The first homes have already been sold - before they have even been finished - at the multi-million pound Bilston Urban Village.
Our region is gearing up to bring powers from Westminster to the West Midlands. On Thursday 4th May, local residents go to the polls to vote for the first ever West Midlands Mayor.
TheBusinessDesk.com, in association with the Black Country LEP and the Elite Centre for Manufacturing Skills (ECMS), is holding a seminar to examine what businesses need to do to play an active part in creating a strong, sustainable future.
This exciting event will mark the official launch of DY5 and is designed to inform delegates about the scale of the Enterprise Zone and the benefits it can provide to businesses.
Businesses throughout the Black Country have reported a rise in confidence according to the results of a recent survey conducted by the Black Country Chamber of Commerce.
After Easter, Highways England will be starting a major concrete repair and waterproofing scheme on the M5 Oldbury Viaduct between junctions 1 and 2.
Residents and businesses across the Black Country are being urged to make the most of the new superfast broadband technology being rolled out across the region.
Residents are being consulted on a proposal to designate a new Local Nature Reserve (LNR) along the Wyrley & Essington Canal in the City of Wolverhampton and Walsall.
An independent commission to harness the expertise of prominent business people, technical specialists and academics was officially launched today (Wednesday April 5) to help the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) boost the region’s productivity and skills levels.
Residents and businesses are being consulted on the details of road improvements to the A449 Stafford Road between M54 Junction 2 and Springfield Lane.
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.