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Region’s unemployed to benefit from £9 million training package targeting key sectors like care and construction
The WMCA has awarded £9 million funding for job training packages aimed at getting unemployed residents back into work quickly to support the region’s post Covid-19 economic recovery.
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Up to 2,000 cold homes to get energy saving heating and insulation after region secures £19m funding
Up to 2,000 old and cold homes across the West Midlands are to get energy saving insulation, low carbon heating systems and other fuel reducing technology after the region secured more than £19 million of government funding.
City of Wolverhampton Council has announced it will be launching a new business and enterprise hub to inspire start-ups, growth and support people into employment and training.
City of Wolverhampton Council has expanded its Relight Business Programme grant to support independent retailers and help businesses across the city
New Chair calls for applicants as taskforce is launched to tackle race inequality in the West Midlands
A new regional Race Equalities Taskforce is being set up by the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA).
Mayor of the West Midlands Andy Street has appointed a new cycling and walking commissioner to accelerate plans to get more people moving around the region by foot or bike.
The City Ideas Fund offers a one-off grant of between £500 and £10,000, for city employers, partners, voluntary organisations and others.
The City Archives house a wealth of material relating to the history of all parts of the City of Wolverhampton, including Bilston, Bushbury, Penn, Tettenhall and Wednesfield.
Work has started on the construction of a new railway station on the Wolverhampton to Walsall line in the Black Country paving the way for the return of passenger services.
Wolverhampton has become home to a second Tiny Forest to help local communities connect with nature and protect their environment for the future.
Transport minister Trudy Harrison MP visited the West Midlands to find out about ground-breaking work being done to make our transport networks safer for women and girls.
The Mayor of the West Midlands, Andy Street, and a wide range of partners, welcomed plans to invest in the region’s social economy, putting human and environmental wellbeing at the heart of its activity at a recent roundtable.
City of Wolverhampton Council has today (Thursday) launched a new City Ideas Fund for businesses and organisations at a major city summit aimed at tackling youth unemployment.
Full works will start next week to transform the street scene around the refurbished Civic Halls ready for its Autumn 2022 reopening under world-leading venue operator and concert promoter, AEG Presents.