An exciting and ambitious new plan to increase physical activity across the West Midlands is being developed.
Manufacturing is set to grow as work begins on one of the hubs of a new flagship manufacturing skills centre in the heart of the Black Country.
Ambitious plans to create a new manufacturing skills centre at the University of Wolverhampton’s Springfield Campus as part of a £11.75m project have been submitted.
A new hub – tasked with delivering more high value foreign investment projects into the Midlands region – will be located at Baskerville House in Birmingham city centre.
Local attraction Dudley Canal Tunnel and Limestone Mines are celebrating success, having been awarded the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for 2016.
Consultation on the government’s proposal to allow local government to retain 100% of the business rates they raise locally.
Ahead of Black Country Day on Thursday 14 July, the Black Country LEP joined forces with Ian Austin MP for Dudley North, to host a showcase of goods manufactured in the Black Country to MPs on Tuesday 12 July at the House of Commons.
Wolverhampton Business Crime Reduction Group (WvBCRG), University of Wolverhampton and National Cyber Security Centre, invite you to a free Cyber awareness session aimed at Wolverhampton based businesses - 'Protecting your Profit through Cyber Security'.
Business and political leaders attending a summit to drive forward the Midlands Engine held in-depth talks on transport plans to maximise the economic benefits of HS2.
‘A Mixed Palette’ is the second joint exhibition of artists Jacqueline Bradley and Hazel Gillard. The exhibition encapsulates the artists’ lives, their interests and passions and is on display at the Dudley Canal Trust’s Portal Building for the next two months.
The Black Country Growth Hub at the Wolverhampton Business Solutions Centre, in collaboration with the Black Country Chamber of Commerce, invite you to join us for an early evening networking event to celebrate Black Country Day with businesses.
The Black Country Local Enterprise Partnership’s £500million Growth Deal is transforming the Black Country. Year Two has seen completion of new homes, improved infrastructure and development of key sector training facilities and expertise.
The House of Commons will celebrate Black Country Week by hosting an event to showcase the region’s businesses.
A consultation on the Mayoral West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) Functions Scheme starts on Monday 4 July at 9:00am until midnight on Sunday 21 August.
The first stage of a major new speculative development in the Black Country is poised to begin later this year after London & Cambridge Properties (LCP) was granted planning permission.
Members of West Midlands Fire and Rescue Authority (WMFRA) are to set up a working group to explore how West Midlands Fire Service (WMFS) should be governed in the future.