New funding will bring old buildings back into use and turn them into offices, housing and creative spaces.
A £2 million fund has been launched to help communities make their streets safer and encourage more cycling and walking.
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A former industrial site is to be transformed with the construction of 151 much-needed new homes, thanks in part to a £770,000 grant from the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA).
More than 1,000 unemployed young people in the West Midlands will be offered work placements in a bid to cut youth unemployment in the region.
VisitBritain/VisitEngland’s relaunched Business Advice Hub provides free resources to help England tourism businesses to grow.
The Black Country is to become one of 20 Careers Hubs, following an announcement from the Secretary of State
The Mayor of the West Midlands Andy Street has today launched a £5 million “Beat the Bots” fund to help train the region’s workers for the jobs of the future.
New laws to crack down on anti-social behaviour on the region’s bus network have moved a step closer after getting overwhelming public support.
The region’s new congestion-busting transport co-ordination centre will step into action this summer as Birmingham plays host to the Cricket World Cup.
Mayor of the West Midlands Andy Street was today joined by Business and Industry Minister Andrew Stephenson for the unveiling of a new Local Industrial Strategy for the West Midlands – the first of its kind in the UK.
Coventry will be home to a new national centre of excellence in developing the latest electric car battery technology, backed by millions of pounds in Government investment.
A Wolverhampton city centre business that opened in August 2018 is set to expand by converting a neighbouring council-owned unit into a tea room.
Walsall College has officially opened its new Digital Engineering Skills Centre - cementing its status as the digital skills lead for West Midlands Colleges.
A regional task force set up to breathe new life into struggling town centres is to be headed up by a prominent finance chief.
A recent graduate who won an award for challenging perceptions around mental health in Punjabi communities has urged West Midlands people to mark Mental Health Awareness Week by starting conversations about their wellbeing.