‘Wolves at Work’ is celebrating hitting major targets well ahead of schedule.
Plans to transform and revitalise town centres across the West Midlands have been unveiled today (Thursday, October 25). The pioneering project from the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) and local councils will initially target five town centres.
A historic factory that helped put Wolverhampton on the industrial map is delivering construction apprenticeship opportunities for city residents as it is transformed into homes.
The Sport and Venue Programme for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games was confirmed and celebrated today, Friday 19 October
Full fibre broadband connections offer the fastest and most reliable speeds available and in March 2018 a £67 million Gigabit Broadband Voucher Scheme was announced
Hundreds of privately-owned properties in the City of Wolverhampton that stood empty for years have been transformed into family homes thanks to the efforts of City of Wolverhampton Council.
A draft strategy to revolutionise rail services across the West Midlands over the next three decades has been unveiled.
City of Wolverhampton Council is inviting residents to have their say on its plans to tackle “the most challenging financial situation it has ever faced”.
The Energy Capital conference will take place on Tuesday 27 November at IET Birmingham from 9am – 430pm.
City of Wolverhampton has hit a major milestone in a bid to become an international learning region.
The Midland Metro Alliance won two awards at prestigious events held in London and the West Midlands on Wednesday 10 October.
The University of Wolverhampton has appointed a main build contractor for its new School of Architecture and the Built Environment at its £100m Springfield Campus.
The Careers Enterprise Team at the Black Country LEP hosted an Anniversary Celebration event at Black Country Living Museum yesterday, 11 October.
Businesses and other key sectors across the West Midlands were today (Friday October 12) invited to have their say on how to build on recent success and ensure a regional economy fit for the future.
The new £12.5 million Black Country Elite Centre for Manufacturing Skills (ECMS) has officially been launched by journalist and television presenter, Steph McGovern, marking a significant investment in the future of high-value manufacturing in the region.
City of Wolverhampton Council and partners have successfully put in place three new workers to help tackle homelessness in the city.