City of Wolverhampton Council and partners have successfully put in place three new workers to help tackle homelessness in the city.
A computer generated fly-through shows how the West Midlands Metro will soon be taking passengers to Centenary Square.
Peter Adams, the Development Director for the Midland Metro Alliance and Transport for West Midlands, won a prestigious award for his work leading on the planning of future tram routes in the region at an awards ceremony held last week.
As part of a special campaign starting on 12th October and running for the next 22 days, Birmingham 2022 is asking locals to have their say and help shape the Commonwealth Games, which will take place 27th July – 7th August 2022.
HS2 is a huge undertaking, the largest infrastructure project in Europe. At the peak of construction HS2 will need some 30,000 men and women to design and build the railway, with at least 2,000 apprentices taking their first career steps or re-training on the Programme.
The dates for the third annual Wolverhampton Literature Festival have been announced for 2019.
Mayor of the West Midlands Andy Street has promised every young person the support they need to get an apprenticeship or training opportunity in a bid to cut youth unemployment in the region.
The Black Country LEP is conducting a survey to help identify digital innovation or activity which could be utilised as part of a 5G trial
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.
The UK Business Register and Employment Survey has just released data that demonstrates an increase across the Black Country from 2016 to 2017 which means in terms of job creation the area is one of the highest-performing areas in the Country.
Exciting new artist’s impressions of what Wolverhampton city centre could look like have been unveiled - and the public can have their say on the plans from Monday, October 8.
City of Wolverhampton has been selected as one of four cities to be part of the biggest touring exhibition of contemporary art in the UK.
A £165m deal to build an Athletes’ Village for the 2022 Commonwealth Games and the infrastructure needed for thousands more new homes was this afternoon (Monday October 1) welcomed by West Midlands leaders.
Today (Friday) marks a historic moment for the City of Wolverhampton as machines begin full demolition of the city’s railway station.
The first of 150 new homes are emerging on the Tap Works Development scheme in Low Hill – with the show home set to open its doors this Saturday (September 29).
The £7 million construction of a range of industrial and warehouse units is set to bring 165 jobs to the City of Wolverhampton.