City of Wolverhampton residents and businesses are being invited to have their say on the city’s Digital Infrastructure Strategy
It is full steam ahead for the construction of three new Birmingham rail stations following a £15 million funding boost from the Department for Transport.
A 135-home development is to be built on a former Cradley Heath industrial estate.
Sandwell Council planners have developed a plan to restore the historic centre of Wednesbury as part of a government scheme.
Sandwell Council's housing team's work on domestic abuse has been recognised with a national accreditation.
One of the West Midlands’ busiest railway stations is set for a major redevelopment to improve facilities for passengers.
The first of the city’s new tram stops are being installed in Birmingham city centre as the works to extend the West Midlands Metro to Centenary Square enter their final stages.
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Tender for an Impact Evaluation of the Black Country Land and Property Investment Fund LPIF, Phase 1.
A series of roadshows held across the West Midlands is set to inspire hundreds of local people to train for an exciting new career.
Dudley’s popular and much-loved Saltwells Nature Reserve is set to be elevated to National Nature Reserve Status this autumn thanks to the support of Natural England.
Hundreds of primary schools will benefit from £2m investment to support careers education in a primary school setting.
A £78 million upgrade of junction 10 of the M6 which will ease congestion and speed up journeys for thousands of drivers has taken a big step forward.
The West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) has today (26 July) set new climate change targets to reduce carbon emissions across the region.
Work is underway to build 151 much-needed new homes at a former industrial site in Wolverhampton, thanks in part to a £770,000 grant from the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA).
The West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) has launched its first Automotive Skills Plan alongside a £3m skills boost for the region’s automotive supply chain businesses.