Emma Reynolds, MP for Wolverhampton North East, visited the University of Wolverhampton’s £100 million regeneration project at the former Springfield brewery recently.
Wolves at Work has helped two City of Wolverhampton women buck the trend by landing jobs on construction sites.
A 20-year strategy to create a ‘Midlands Rail Hub’ was unveiled in a report today by the Sub-national transport body Midlands Connect.
Thousands of people across the West Midlands will get access to on-site construction training for infrastructure and housing projects, thanks to a series of new training hubs.
A Hayward Gallery Touring exhbition will open at Wolverhampton Art Gallery next month.
To celebrate the diversity and strength of business in the Black Country and the success stories we are proud of, we are once again leading a Twitter campaign in the run up to Christmas 2018 to highlight the achievements of Black Country businesses, people and initiatives from the past year.
Set up in 2013, the Black Country Skills Factory is celebrating five years of addressing skills shortages in the five transformational sectors in the Black Country including Advanced Manufacturing, Transport technologies, Construction, Environmental Technologies and Business Services.
The public were today (Friday November 16) invited to have their say on proposals to transfer the role of the region’s Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) to the office of the Mayor of the West Midlands.
City of Wolverhampton Council has approved plans for Countryside to build hundreds of homes at Bilston Urban Village.
A leading Black Country based company which refurbishes commercial premises has secured a £30,000 cash injection from the Midlands Engine Investment Fund (MEIF) through WM Small Business Loans fund manager, BCRS Business Loans.
Work has this week started on building the new Loxdale Primary School at Bilston Urban Village.
Businesses around the UK are being urged to make use of a £2500 voucher for gigabit broadband speeds before the scheme closes due to high demand.
Leader of City of Wolverhampton Council, Cllr Roger Lawrence, has been named ‘Leader of the Year’ at a prestigious national award ceremony.
The Wednesbury to Brierley Hill Metro extension has moved a step closer with the next stage of the project now underway.
City of Wolverhampton Council (CWC) and regional partners yesterday (Wednesday) played host to the chairman of the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC), Sir John Armitt, and his colleagues.
With a further £100 million for the West Midlands announced in last week’s Budget, businesses and other key sectors can still have their say on how to channel such funding to build a regional economy fit for the future.