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West Midlands’ carbon emissions drop while economy grows
05/07/2019
Carbon emissions across the seven council areas which make up the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) were cut by 3.8% in a year, new figures show.
BT and SUEZ become latest employers to contribute to the WMCA Apprenticeship Levy Transfer Fund
05/07/2019
Telecoms giant BT has become the latest big employer to sign up to the unique West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) Apprenticeship Levy Transfer Fund.
Still time to have your say and help shape SEND services
04/07/2019
Parents and carers of children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND) still have time to have their say to help shape services in the future.
Job and training opportunities showcased by WMCA roadshows
04/07/2019
From fighting hackers with the latest cyber security techniques to programming robots, from learning a construction trade to gaining advanced manufacturing skills
  West Midlands Mayor announces new Screen Industry Body to boost creative sector
04/07/2019
A new Screen Industry Body to boost the West Midlands’ TV, film and games industries has been announced today by Andy Street – a move that could help bring 29,000 new jobs to the region.
Local Lettings Plan for 500 new build council homes
04/07/2019
City of Wolverhampton Council is set to approve a Local Lettings Plan (LLP) for more than 500 new affordable rent council homes due to be built across the city by 2024.
Invitation to Tender for Black Country Energy Steering Group
04/07/2019
Tender for suitably qualified consultants to recommend an appropriate financial and legal structure for special purpose vehicle (SPV) to commission and procure new energy infrastructure for the Black Country
BIRMINGHAM 2022 CELEBRATES THREE YEARS TO GO WITH THE COMMONWEALTH SOCIAL
03/07/2019
A FREE FAMILY-FRIENDLY FESTIVAL OF SPORT, FOOD AND LIVE PERFORMANCES
Be a part of Headstart this summer
03/07/2019
A summer of fun is promised for young people in Wolverhampton with a range of free HeadStart Wolverhampton activities on offer across the city.
Opportunity for residents to Ask Andy at public event in Bilston
03/07/2019
Members of the public will have the opportunity to quiz Mayor of the West Midlands Andy Street in Bilston.
More West Midlands children walking to school thanks to Living Streets campaign
03/07/2019
Thousands of parents are ditching the car and walking their children to school in the West Midlands thanks to a national charity’s campaign.
Lord Heseltine: Give Metro Mayors greater powers to deliver housing, skills and jobs
02/07/2019
Britain’s metro mayors should be given greater powers over housing, schools and jobs
Making an Impact – project celebrates young people’s achievements
02/07/2019
More than 1,400 young people between the ages of 16 and 29 in the City of Wolverhampton have been helped into education, employment, apprenticeships or training by Black Country Impact.
Young people given a HeadStart into the World of Work
02/07/2019
Young people from several schools across the city have been recognised for their efforts in two HeadStart Wolverhampton programmes designed to help prepare them for the world of work.
BIRMINGHAM 2022 COMMONWEALTH GAMES SEEKS  COMMON GROUND WITH THE WEST MIDLANDS
02/07/2019
INNOVATIVE COMMUNITY RESEARCH PROJECT LAUNCH
Thousands join the celebrations for the second annual Mayor’s Community Weekend
01/07/2019
Celebratory events around the region to mark the second annual Mayor’s Community Weekend.