Families seeking a quality but affordable new home and a decent job could benefit from a bold housing scheme set to transform several acres of derelict land in the Black Country.
A new construction plant training centre at Dudley College of Technology will help unemployed local people start a new career in the industry, thanks to funding from the West Midlands Combined Authority.
The West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) has released its report (10 January) on tackling climate change across the West Midlands.
A drive to get the people of the West Midlands more active, fitter and healthier is being spearheaded by the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA).
Development of a new blue print for how land across the Black Country could be regenerated in future years moves a step forward today.
Mayor of the West Midlands Andy Street has urged businesses to help improve people’s lives by supporting local social enterprises.
City of Wolverhampton Council has secured almost £184,000 of government funding to further develop its pioneering Rent with Confidence private rented sector housing scheme.
The West Midlands public transport smartcard Swift has been used for an incredible 50 million journeys this year – its most successful year to date.
Plans to open a new railway station at Aldridge have moved a step closer after a feasibility study confirmed the proposals were viable.
Budding entrepreneurs in parts of Dudley who are looking to set up a small business can bid for up to £500 funding and get free business advice to get them up and running.
Dudley Council is set to begin the second phase of work to tackle nitrogen dioxide emissions at two sites in the borough.
The latest edition of the Black Country EIU newsletter is available to read now.
Construction works on the new eye-catching modern office development i9 have started following a period of site enabling works.
Providing good quality parks and supporting voluntary and community groups are just two of a series of pledges from Dudley Council to make the borough a great and prosperous place for everyone.
Young people in Sandwell will get the chance at a New Year event to seek help and guidance on job, educational and training opportunities.
City of Wolverhampton Council has secured funding from Arts Council England to put in place a Cultural Compact champion to support the further development of the city’s strong cultural offer.