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A new Wolverhampton housing development has led to construction apprenticeship opportunities for young people, recruiting and supporting seven apprentices
People from a wide range of backgrounds and experiences have been appointed to the region’s new Race Equalities Taskforce set up to find new ways to ensure all communities share the region’s success.
Electric vehicle ‘filling stations’, Metro and Sprint to kickstart £1.3 billion transport revolution
The search is on to find sites for ten electric vehicle transit stations to provide ultra-rapid charging for cars and larger vehicles as part of the region’s green transport revolution.
City of Wolverhampton Council is set to approve plans to create a modern health & wellbeing facility and new homes on the site of the former Oxley Day Training Centre site.
A series of local traffic management plans have been published for communities in the vicinity of venues for Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games to help residents and businesses plan ahead.
After lying derelict for nearly a decade the site of Walsall’s former Harvestime Bakery has finally been transformed into a thriving new community.
Apprenticeships in adult social care
More female staff, better design and checks for frontline staff key to ending violence against women on transport
Two leading female transport experts have today (Tuesday 8th March) published a new set of recommendations on making the transport network safer for women and girls.
City of Wolverhampton Council is set to submit an outline planning application at the end of this month to facilitate the first phase of the transformational Brewers Yard city living regeneration masterplan.
The development of a new £24 million Dudley transport interchange has taken another step forward with the submission of a final planning application.
Work has begun to convert a vacant city centre building into additional accommodation with multi-agency support for vulnerable people and people with a history of rough sleeping.
City of Wolverhampton Council has revealed a competitive field of developers has been whittled down to a strong shortlist of three bidders for one of the largest city centre residential development opportunities in the Midlands.
A computer-generated fly-through released by designers at Midland Metro Alliance gives a glimpse into the network which West Midlands Metro will become in coming years.
The transformation of a historic Wolverhampton factory is set to be completed by new developers in a further boost to meeting the increasing demand for city centre living.
The Midlands Engine Investment Fund (“MEIF”) has invested more than £150m into the Midlands’ small businesses since its launch in 2017.