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.
Visitors to the City of Wolverhampton will again be able to enjoy a Victorian Christmas Market this month.
Wolverhampton City Archives has successfully retained its Archives Service Accreditation status following a review by the National Archives.
City of Wolverhampton Council is encouraging people to take a trip down memory lane through a new digital trail of one of the city’s most historic streets.
This is the first glimpse of how Dudley’s new multi-million pound bus and tram interchange could look.
Walsall’s biggest ever regeneration scheme is one step nearer to completion after plans for hundreds of new homes were given the green light by council bosses.
140 delegates from businesses across the West Midlands and beyond joined the West Midlands Combined Authority on 27 November to focus on understanding how business can, with regional and national Government, play a critical role in accelerating the clean energy transition in the UK......
Work has today (Thursday) started on putting in place the foundations for the first section of the new Wolverhampton Railway Station building.
City of Wolverhampton has been nominated for a UNESCO Learning City Award by the UK National Commission for UNESCO.
More than 250 new homes will be built in Walsall after the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) stepped in to unlock disused land for development.
Nominations opened today for the second Thrive Mental Health Commission Awards, taking place in January.
Children from across the West Midlands have been learning more about road safety and keeping safe around construction sites through a new video released by the Midland Metro Alliance and West Midlands Metro.
Emma Reynolds, MP for Wolverhampton North East, visited the University of Wolverhampton’s £100 million regeneration project at the former Springfield brewery recently.
Wolves at Work has helped two City of Wolverhampton women buck the trend by landing jobs on construction sites.
A 20-year strategy to create a ‘Midlands Rail Hub’ was unveiled in a report today by the Sub-national transport body Midlands Connect.
Thousands of people across the West Midlands will get access to on-site construction training for infrastructure and housing projects, thanks to a series of new training hubs.