Company bosses and voluntary groups are to be given the chance to talk to council chiefs on how money is spent on local authority services.
On the back of the award-winning redevelopment of Margaret Vine and Holloway Court sheltered housing schemes, Dudley Council bid for Homes England funding to renovate Woodhouse Court in Quarry Bank and Jack Newell Court in Coseley.
The council has named CityFibre as its partner to roll out full fibre connectivity to public sector premises across the City of Wolverhampton.
A new 196 space free park and ride facility for Black Country commuters has now opened its gates.
The latest edition of the Black Country LEP newsletter is available now, featuring the most up-to-date information about business initiatives, events and successes in the region.
School children from across the West Midlands found out about the range of professional service careers in the construction sector at a showcase event run in partnership with the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA).
The University of Birmingham has launched a new research institute - West Midlands Regional Economic Development Institute (WM REDI), which will be established in the University of Birmingham’s Exchange building to support inclusive economic growth in our city-region and regions across the UK.
More than 1,500 young people and parents from Sandwell flocked to a careers fair held at Sandwell Council House in Oldbury.
The University of Wolverhampton has grown its work based learning of Higher and Degree Apprenticeships with growth at more than 250% since they were introduced three years ago.
A fund set up by the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) to enable more local small and medium-sized businesses to take on apprentices and upskill their staff has hit a new milestone.
Wolves at Work employment programme is helping hundreds of people secure jobs through a partnership with Magna Specialist Confectioners.
Computer experts from The Open University will roll out a FREE cyber programme for residents across the West Midlands.
The regeneration of Dudley town centre was given a double boost today with work starting on its long-awaited Metro tram line and confirmation that the eyesore, Cavendish House office block will finally be torn down.
The Restorative Justice scheme for offenders of anti-social behaviour and vandalism on public transport has recorded a zero percent reoffending rate for the second year running.
The Midlands Engine Investment Fund (MEIF) has appointed a new fund manager and made £40 million available to invest in the region’s small businesses.
Five people have landed new jobs to escape the downward spiral of homelessness and unemployment, thanks to a training programme funded by the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA).