Exterior works on phase two of Wolverhampton’s new railway station building are nearing completion in line with a spring opening to the public.
The West Midlands is gaining further funding of £3 million from the Government to help people who have health conditions get back into work.
The AGM will be held on 22/02/2021 at 3pm
Work to extend the West Midlands Metro from Wednesbury to Brierley Hill has taken a further step forward following the demolition of another aged structure along the keenly-anticipated route.
Grants of up to £14,000 are available as part of the latest raft of financial support for businesses across Dudley borough.
City of Wolverhampton Council will begin works in the coming months to transform the west of the city centre after accepting the Government’s Future High Streets Fund offer of £15.7million.
A collaboration has been struck between the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) and five of the region’s leading housing associations to accelerate and increase the number of affordable homes for local people.
A West Midlands manufacturer is to become the first smaller sized business to use a 5G private network to boost productivity.
Work on town projects worth a total of £2.25 million are getting under way in Sandwell this month (January) following a successful bid for funding.
Eligible City of Wolverhampton businesses in the retail, hospitality and leisure sectors can now apply for an additional one-off national lockdown grant of up to £9,000.
A computer-generated fly-through released today gives a glimpse into the future showing how the much-anticipated Wednesbury to Brierley Hill Metro extension is set to look in Dudley town centre.
A £1.75m grant will help provide a safe place to stay and long-term accommodation for homeless people who were helped off the street during the coronavirus pandemic.
Thousands of West Midlands businesses are being offered local, tailored support to help capitalise on the benefits of the new European Union (EU) trade deal while reducing some of the risks.
BT introduces connectivity support scheme to help disadvantaged children continue their education, while schools remain closed
This follows the Prime Minister’s announcement last night that these business will be closed until at least February half-term in order to help control the virus, and, together with the wide range of existing support, provides them with certainty through the Spring period.
Yesterday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced there would be another national lockdown which could last until mid-February 2021.