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New restrictions on Sandwell households meeting as Covid-19 cases rise
New restrictions on households mixing in each other’s homes have been announced in a bid to reduce the rates of coronavirus in Sandwell.
Statement from the Mayor of the West Midlands on the new restrictions affecting Birmingham, Sandwell and Solihull
Reacting to the Secretary of State for Health’s announcement of additional restrictions affecting Birmingham, Sandwell and Solihull, Mayor of the West Midlands Andy Street commented:
Relighting Our City plan for support and recovery
A positive, inclusive and community-driven plan aimed at helping Wolverhampton recover from the impact of the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic has been unveiled by the city council.
West Midlands transport data group gets to work on UK’s first parking and loading bay booking service
The Convex consortium led by Transport for West Midlands has signed an agreement with app developer AppyWay to create the first commercially available parking and loading bay booking and reservation system in the UK.
Digital partners ready to connect with city businesses
Wolverhampton Business Week (September 21-25) will this year kick off with a hat-trick of events focusing on the city’s expanding digital infrastructure and the benefits it can bring to businesses.
Small Black Country firms to benefit from modern new premises thanks to £3.6m WMCA investment
A derelict industrial site in the Black Country is to be transformed into a high-quality industrial scheme thanks to a multi-million-pound investment by the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA).
One City Fund raises over £90k for city’s most vulnerable
A fundraising campaign aimed at supporting Wolverhampton’s most vulnerable during the Covid-19 crisis has raised an incredible £90,746
Digital city Business Week to support recovery and growth
City of Wolverhampton is gearing up for its annual business support spotlight - offering online events and webinars to help the city and businesses recover from the impact of Covid-19, grow and succeed.
University thanks Springfield supporters
The University of Wolverhampton has thanked supporters for making the latest stage of the Springfield Campus regeneration project possible.
University plans for Dudley take further step forward
A major expansion of higher education in Dudley is taking a step forward as part of the £1billion regeneration masterplan for the town.
Environmental services deliver award winning work throughout pandemic
City of Wolverhampton Council’s environmental services staff, have received a Customer Service award for their work including tasks carried out during the pandemic
Mental health and wellbeing support for businesses
West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) is to help more business leaders, across the East and West Midlands, support their employees’ mental health and wellbeing, post-lockdown.
Bilston Urban Village plans to create up to 300 jobs
City of Wolverhampton Council is putting plans in place for another major Bilston Urban Village development that could enable the delivery of up to 300 jobs for the city - and vital business rates revenue.
New building holds the key to brownfield regeneration
The University of Wolverhampton has taken delivery of the keys to another new building on its flagship Springfield Campus regeneration project – opening the doors for the future of brownfield regeneration.
TfWM steps up a gear to get online support for new and experienced cyclists
Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) has teamed up with Love to Ride to encourage more people to get out and about on their bikes.
Cycling and Walking ‘on prescription’ in the West Midlands
Healthcare professionals are piloting a scheme which will ‘prescribe’ outdoor activities for some people with poor mental health and other conditions.