The next phase in the expansion of the Midland Metro tram network officially got underway today (Tuesday September 5) when one of Birmingham’s most iconic statues – Iron: Man – was lifted out of Victoria Square.
An action plan to unlock hundreds of hectares of land for housing and commercial use is to be considered by the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA).
Europe is the most important regional market for UK exports and the Midlands. Trading with Europe currently represent some 45% Midlands exports and has been this level for some time; it is literally a second home market for most UK companies.
The British Business Bank has announced the first wave of its £250m Midlands Engine Investment Fund
Devolution expert Julia Goldsworthy is to join the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) as director of strategy.
Businesses in the Black Country are being urged to take advantage of free training that is being offered to small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) to help upskill staff, raise productivity and boost business growth.
Hollywood stars Julie Walters and David Harewood are joining with over 60 top sports stars to back Birmingham’s bid for the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Aston Programme For Small Business Growth is looking for entrepreneurs who are ready to take their early stage business to the next level.
Ensuring regional growth and connectivity through the delivery of transport and infrastructure schemes
The Black Country Garden City is an ambitious initiative to increase the quantity and raise the quality of new housing in the Black Country.
Royal Leamington Spa’s Victoria Park, home of Bowls England and the English National Bowls Championships, has today been revealed as the Lawn Bowls and Para Lawn Bowls venue for Birmingham’s 2022 Bid.
The next stage of Highways England’s main repair works on the M5 between junctions 1 and 2 (Oldbury Viaduct) went live at the end of July.
The Black Country Growth Hub in collaboration with Lloyds Banking Group has developed a breakfast event called “The Future of Manufacturing”
Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses UK programme addresses the support gap for growth-orientated small businesses, helping them to unlock their economic and job creation potential.
New homes, new factories and new colleges are just part of a £211 million plan that is changing the face of the Black Country.