The West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) has set out how it intends to use £28m to improve education and training for adults in the region.
The state-of-the-art leisure centre in Smethwick will provide a world-class sports facility for Sandwell and will host the swimming and diving competitions for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Ambitious plans for a major multi-million-pound city living development at the heart of City of Wolverhampton have today been announced at MIPIM.
Works to bring the second phase of the Birmingham Westside extension closer to completion have reached a major milestone with the reopening of Broad Street Canal Tunnel.
The King’s CE School in Tettenhall will be opening its doors for a careers event for pupils, their families and local residents later this month.
In February the government published a raft of information and guidance, and signposted an online tool, for businesses to find the latest information on EU Exit,
Mayor of the West Midlands Andy Street has launched £10bn worth of housing, regeneration, commercial and infrastructure development opportunities to international investors at the MIPIM property marketplace in Cannes, South of France.
A support package was announced today to help businesses directly affected by the construction of new routes for the West Midlands Metro tram network.
Plans to build 420 new homes in the City of Wolverhampton, making it one of the largest developments in the area have turned into action with a start on site on brownfield land in the Black Country.
The West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) is set to kick-start a revolution in apprenticeships in the region, after two of the UK’s biggest banks agreed to become the first big businesses to contribute their Apprenticeship Levy funding to a new regional pot.
The Midland Metro Alliance has been shortlisted in categories celebrating collaboration, innovation and people development by the judging panel of the 2019 West Midlands Celebrating Construction Awards.
The latest edition of the Black Country LEP newsletter is available now, featuring the most up-to-date information about business initiatives, events and successes in the region.
Wolves at Work has helped the UK’s fastest growing and fifth largest supermarket* recruit 15 Wolverhampton residents into permanent jobs.
West Midlands Metro has joined forces with two local colleges to drive an initiative to equip people with the skills needed to apply for jobs created by the future expansion of the tramway.
City of Wolverhampton Council has submitted a planning application to demolish the former Faces nightclub building as part of the ambitious City Learning Quarter scheme.
The first group of manufacturing Apprentices are getting fired up at the University of Wolverhampton’s National Foundry Training Centre in Tipton.