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Mayor and leaders call for rethink on M6toll price hike
Mayor of the West Midlands Andy Street and the leaders of all seven metropolitan authorities today (Friday June 29) called on the owners of the M6toll motorway to reconsider a planned hike in charges for both motorists and hauliers.
Week of free webinars and online training for aspiring and existing SME exporters
A week of webinars and online export advice sessions are taking place next month (July) to help businesses across the Midlands that want to start or expand overseas trading.
Contractor named for new council house development
City of Wolverhampton Council has appointed a contractor to develop 43 new affordable council homes in Heath Town.
Mayor and Paralympian hero join forces to boost physical activity in the West Midlands
Improving health, happiness and wellbeing in communities across the West Midlands are the targets of an agreement between the region’s mayor Andy Street and Paralympian legend Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson.
The latest news and updates from across the Black Country and more in our June newsletter
The latest edition of the Black Country LEP newsletter is available now, featuring the most up-to-date information about business initiatives, events and successes in the region.
LEP encourages local businesses to support Black Country Day 2018
To celebrate the diversity and strength of business in the Black Country, the Black Country Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) is once again leading a Twitter campaign on Saturday 14 July in support of Black Country Day and of local Black Country businesses.
New city centre market on course to open in July
City of Wolverhampton’s new city centre market is on course to open as planned on Tuesday, July 17.
Art gallery adds ‘Earth’ to contemporary collection
Wolverhampton Art Gallery has opened a new exhibition of work from its contemporary collection - including a new acquisition by renowned British sculptor Yinka Shonibare MBE.
Skills plan launched to build workforce fit for the future
An action plan to arm a new generation of West Midlanders with the skills needed to drive the industries of tomorrow has been launched by Mayor Andy Street.
Leading property consultancy moves into Wolverhampton
Leading property consultancy firm RPS moves back into the city, re-opening a former office on the Tettenhall Road.
Summer city events and offers for all the family
An exciting 22-day programme of events kicks-off on Tuesday to showcase the best ways to ‘Enjoy Wolverhampton’.
Galliford Try take on two major city housing schemes
City of Wolverhampton Council has welcomed Galliford Try Partnerships as the new developer on two of its major housing regeneration sites in the city.
Savings and new fares as TfWM launches West Midlands Metro
Tram passengers will see lower fares and new ticket packages with the launch of a new era for Metro services.
New cycle parking arrangements at railway station
Cycle parking arrangements at Wolverhampton Railway Station are changing in preparation for works to start on delivering a new station building.
Finalists announced for city’s annual WIRE Awards
The finalists have been announced for the city’s annual Wolverhampton Independent Retail Excellence (WIRE) Awards.
WV Living appoint contractor to build homes on next sites
WV Living has appointed a contractor to develop homes on its next three sites in the City of Wolverhampton.