Work on site has commenced for a new build, 55,000 sq ft, industrial development in Aldridge, Walsall, that will see completion of the unit for occupation in April 2018.
Two major City of Wolverhampton environmental projects are to benefit from a slice of more than £1million of European funding secured by a Black Country scheme.
On Thursday 19 October, West Midlands firms are invited to attend a valuable breakfast workshop and learn how they could tap into a multi-million pound works package and supply opportunities aligned to the expansion of the Midland Metro.
Thrive West Midlands lead officer Sarah Norman is planning to bring back best practice ideas for mental health in the West Midlands.
Moves to bring the former Wolverhampton Royal Hospital site back into use take a significant step forward this week, as plans for the redevelopment of the site are unveiled.
Government call to run a project focussed on preserving and protecting the environment and promoting resource efficiency in the Black Country.
Government call to run a project enhancing the competitiveness of small and medium sized enterprises in the Black Country.
Mayor of the West Midlands, Andy Street, has appointed Phil Carlin to head up the new Business Advisory Group.
The Careers Enterprise Team at the Black Country LEP hosted an Anniversary Celebration event at Black Country Living Museum yesterday, 7 September.
The UK’s most comprehensive event for manufacturing leaders is returning for its second year and is now open for visitor registration at www.mmshow.co.uk.
Learn more about the financial, operational and social benefits of being a Disability Confident Employer.
Birmingham today (07 September 2017) welcomed the decision by the Commonwealth Games Delivery Unit (CGDU) to recommend it as a Candidate City to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
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With the decision due soon as to whether an English Bid for the 2022 Commonwealth Games will be submitted and, if so, whether it will be Birmingham which becomes the UK’s Candidate City, the bid team has today compiled a list of 22 reasons as to why Birmingham should be selected.