A taskforce featuring some of the UK’s top property experts has been launched to help the West Midlands accelerate the construction of low carbon, energy efficient homes.
More than 200 people who hadn’t been in the saddle for a decade, or had ever cycled with their family, have started cycling thanks to free sessions in the region’s parks this summer.
Young people, whose job prospects have been the hit hard by the Covid 19 pandemic, are to be guaranteed training and career opportunities under a new youth employment offer launched today.
A new team of Covid support advisors are out and about on the streets of Wolverhampton to help keep people safe and encourage them to follow the rules.
Assistance in the development of a repositioning campaign that delivers to challenge the existing perceived external image of the region.
Canal users are being advised to plan ahead when a number of waterways across Sandwell are closed over the coming months to allow for construction of the Wednesbury to Brierley Hill Metro extension.
Two Dudley borough leisure centres could have a modern new look under a major refurbishment plan.
City of Wolverhampton Council has launched a new ‘Covid Compliant’ scheme to recognise the vast majority of city businesses which are obeying the law to keep customers and staff safe during the pandemic.
Plans for a ‘university park’ have moved a step closer with the appointment of a Higher Education Institution to drive forward a multi-million pound development.
The building of a new £17.5million National Brownfield Institute (NBI) in Wolverhampton has today (Monday) moved a step closer after a planning application was submitted for it on the University of Wolverhampton’s Springfield Campus.
A new campaign to support businesses that are safely open for business in the West Midlands launches today. #WMOpen4Biz is being run by the WMCA and is backed by the region’s trade and industry leaders, to encourage shoppers and residents to safely return to town and city centres.
Work has officially started on transforming the site of a derelict Black Country steelworks into a new 252-home community.