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Covid-19 keyworkers are benefitting from a new scheme launched in Wolverhampton to help people make the dream of owning a home a reality.
The first plan for the region’s natural environment has been officially launched on the banks of the River Stour.
This year, the Black Country Chamber of Commerce has been running its biggest and most ambitious campaign in its history
The ‘Big Black Country i-Tree Eco project’ is now in progress, and surveyors are out in the area, measuring trees
Voluntary groups who work with children and young people in Wolverhampton are being encouraged to apply for funding
Recruiting 18-29 from the West Midlands
Digital expert appointed to help Black Country businesses embrace digital tech as part of Made Smarter
Digital technology specialists have been appointed across the West Midlands to boost productivity and growth as part of the £1.9 million Made Smarter programme.
WMCA announces another landmark multi-million-pound investment to transform three more brownfield sites for new homes and jobs
The West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) has confirmed a multi-million-pound investment package to kickstart the development of nearly 400 homes and new commercial premises at three derelict sites, supporting hundreds of jobs
The region’s entrepreneurs of the future are being encouraged to apply for a place on a programme to take their fledgling business to the next level.
The 50th new home has now been completed on the once derelict site of the former Harvestime Bakery in Walsall with construction continuing despite the pandemic.
Full works are set to start this month on building the first new council homes on the Heath Town estate since it was officially opened by HRH Princess Margaret in 1969.
The West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) is hosting an online Apprenticeship Roadshow on Tuesday 17 August.
City of Wolverhampton Council boasts several prestigious nominations as finalists in the Association for Public Service Excellence (APSE) Service Awards 2021, for its outstanding work serving residents across the city.
West Midlands residents are being asked to roll up their sleeves and rid the region of litter ahead of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
The City of Wolverhampton Council Leader has reiterated his brownfield development first message ahead of public consultation on the future of housing plans in the region starting on Monday.