Wolves at Work has reached another major milestone as it continues to support Wolverhampton residents with jobs and skills during the pandemic.
Working with sector specific delivery partners, the Black Country LEP Growth Hub has created four Peer Networking groups to support business.
The West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) has launched its plan to give the region a digital reboot, with an aim to tackle digital exclusion, reach net zero and support a post-Covid recovery.
City of Wolverhampton businesses not eligible for the Government’s national Local Restrictions Support Grant (Closed) under the current lockdown can now apply for discretionary grant schemes.
Dudley Council has secured nearly half a million pounds to provide new accommodation for people at risk of becoming homeless and sleeping rough.
A landmark Dudley town centre building where Woolworths was originally located is undergoing £100,000 of restoration works
A host of improvements are being made to the city centre, Bilston and Wednesfield thanks to a £1million Towns Fund Accelerator Grant secured by Wolverhampton’s Town Deal Board.
More than two thirds of Midlands business leaders are ‘confident’ of growth this year, according to new research from PR agency, Story Comms.
National Express West Midlands has announced its intention to run new rapid transit bus services along the A34 and A45 Sprint route between Walsall, Birmingham and Solihull
The Black Country Chamber of Commerce is reaching out to businesses in Walsall to help understand and shape a regional response to diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
These latest images show how Dudley’s new £18 million leisure centre will look – as work continues at pace on the exciting new development.
The £100m regeneration of one of the biggest derelict sites in the region has moved forward with the submission of a planning application for the Phoenix 10 development in Walsall.
An ambitious regeneration programme that is expected to see £1bn of investment in Dudley borough will be discussed at Dudley Council’s scrutiny meeting next week.
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.