The regeneration of Dudley town centre was given a triple boost today (Tuesday March 16) with work starting on the street-running section of the Metro tram line and the announcement of multi-million-pound investment deals
More than 7,000 of Wolverhampton’s street lights have been transformed under a major scheme to make our city lighting smarter, greener and more cost-effective.
City of Wolverhampton Council has outlined up to £2million of investment to establish a multi-agency team in a city centre hub to support rough sleepers.
Local people are landing new jobs on a £4.9m project to upgrade Wolverhampton’s public sector digital infrastructure, boosting the city’s economic recovery from Covid-19.
Plans to transform a neglected car park in Walsall town centre into a new, family-friendly, waterside neighbourhood have been backed by a £787,000 investment from the WMCA.
The Mayor of the West Midlands, Andy Street has today hosted a roundtable with local companies to discuss the role of businesses in helping the region achieve its net zero ambitions.
Midlands Opportunities is a collaboration between the Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) of the Black Country (BCLEP), Greater Birmingham & Solihull (GBSLEP), and Coventry & Warwickshire (CWLEP).
Twenty thousand new trees will be planted across Wolverhampton after the council secured almost £130,000 from The Woodland Trust.
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West Midlands 5G with O2, Deloitte, Digital Catapult and Wayra has launched the UK’s first commercial 5G accelerators – 5PRING
West Midlands Cycle Hire has opened to the public with the distinctive grey and green bikes available on the streets of Sutton Coldfield and Wolverhampton
The West Midlands Combined Authority aims to be the country’s first Net Zero Pathfinder region, leading the way in establishing clean energy systems
Multi-million-pound funds to kick-start the regeneration of derelict urban land across the West Midlands have created more than 3,700 new jobs and nearly 1.7 million square feet of commercial floor space.
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City of Wolverhampton Council has welcomed Town Deal funding