Rail passengers will enjoy extra capacity, more frequent services and free Wi-Fi under a new, locally managed rail network for the West Midlands, it was confirmed today (Tuesday August 30).
In association with the Forum for the Built Environment (fbe) trained airtightness testers from the BECCI project team will look at why airtightness is so significant in both new and existing buildings. This technical workshop, held in 3 separate locations will give you the inside story and a chance...
Local people in the West Midlands today received a multi-million pound cash boost to invest directly in the future of their region.
This year's Wolverhampton Business Week is set to take place from Monday 26 - Friday 30 September.
To support young people at A Level and GCSE exam results time, the National Apprenticeship Service has created a toolkit to support employers with key messaging at exam results time.
Encourage your local area to enter the Great British High Street Competition!
Do you run a successful business or social enterprise and are looking to grow?
The Careers and Enterprise Company has published its first annual review, ‘Joining the dots’.
The University of Wolverhampton’s £10.1 million investment in a new Science, Technology and Prototyping Centre is getting off the ground.
The Black Country LEP works alongside Jobcentre Plus as one of the key partners who can help businesses move towards ambitious growth aspirations, whilst also reinvesting in local communities.
Tackling the bottlenecks at the heart of the UK’s road and rail networks will unlock faster economic growth and help the Midlands prosper in an increasingly competitive global market place, new Transport Secretary Chris Grayling heard today.
More than 20,000 businesses and households are now able to access high-speed fibre broadband thanks to the ambitious Black Country Broadband Project, lead partners Black Country Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) and BT announced today.
City of Wolverhampton Council has revealed the first artist’s impressions of the new-look Civic Halls.
Dr Andy Palmer CMG, President and Chief Executive Officer of Aston Martin Lagonda Ltd, has agreed to chair the West Midlands Combined Authority’s (WMCA) Productivity and Skills Commission.
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.