The University of Wolverhampton has thanked supporters for making the latest stage of the Springfield Campus regeneration project possible.
A major expansion of higher education in Dudley is taking a step forward as part of the £1billion regeneration masterplan for the town.
City of Wolverhampton Council’s environmental services staff, have received a Customer Service award for their work including tasks carried out during the pandemic
West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) is to help more business leaders, across the East and West Midlands, support their employees’ mental health and wellbeing, post-lockdown.
City of Wolverhampton Council is putting plans in place for another major Bilston Urban Village development that could enable the delivery of up to 300 jobs for the city - and vital business rates revenue.
The University of Wolverhampton has taken delivery of the keys to another new building on its flagship Springfield Campus regeneration project – opening the doors for the future of brownfield regeneration.
Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) has teamed up with Love to Ride to encourage more people to get out and about on their bikes.
Healthcare professionals are piloting a scheme which will ‘prescribe’ outdoor activities for some people with poor mental health and other conditions.
A string of international companies moving to the West Midlands has put the region top of the UK’s overseas investment chart for five years running.
Young people are being urged to join a week-long online summer careers festival to find out more about the opportunities available to them.
The University of Wolverhampton’s Built Environment Climate Change Innovations (BECCI) project has launched a new Innovation Incubator programme - supporting 12 climate friendly business ideas over six months.
Those returning to school or college next month are being urged to plan ahead and prepare for a very different commute to the one they were used to before lockdown.
Council leaders in the West Midlands and the Mayor, Andy Street, are calling on the Government to grant more powers to the region to aid recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
Residents and businesses in Sandwell are being urged to have their say on what improvements they would like to see as part of the Government’s Towns Fund deal which will see an investment of up to £75 million in Sandwell.
People living in the Black Country can have their say on the future of ultra low emission vehicles (ULEV)
The region’s public transport network is ready and waiting to safely carry more people, as the return to the workplace gathers pace following the Covid-19 lockdown.