City of Wolverhampton Council has successfully secured £550,000 to further develop the safer walking and cycling route for students between the city’s transport Interchange and the University of Wolverhampton’s new Springfield Campus.
Workwise travel support gives jobseekers 50% off public transport costs for up to first three months of employment.
Join us for an informative breakfast meeting to find out more about the Aston Programme for Small Business Growth and receive application support
As part of Five Year Strategic Plan between Nottingham (UK) and Ningbo (China), Nottingham City Council has committed to organise a business delegation to visit China in April, 2018.
Invitation to tender business cases for energy innovation zones in the West Midlands
Work is progressing well on Wolverhampton city centre’s new Jaguar Land Rover showroom.
West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) has appointed Dr Henry Kippin as its director of public service reform.
The Elite Centre for Manufacturing Skills (ECMS) has helped a local engineering company create the right pattern for plugging its skills gap by taking on a new apprentice.
West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) has appointed Gareth Bradford as its director of housing and regeneration.
New artist’s impressions showcasing the future of City of Wolverhampton’s railway station as part of the wider Interchange area have been revealed.
Nominations for the Thrive Mental Health Commission Awards will stay open until after Christmas, organisers have announced.
The area where derelict properties once stood on Bell Street is being put to good use as regeneration of City of Wolverhampton’s Southside continues.
Businesses in the West Midlands are being urged to ensure they are ready and able to take advantage of the supply chain opportunities being created by HS2, the high-speed rail mega-project.
A new era of rail travel offering passengers more frequent services, better trains and extra seats was ushered in today (Monday December 11) as management of the West Midlands network was put into local hands.
The West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) has today (Friday Dec 8) signed off almost £50m to support the Wolverhampton Interchange project.
A plan to introduce a £70 penalty charge for passengers travelling on the Midland Metro without a ticket has been approved.