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Applications to the Government’s Business Restart Grants scheme will go live to City of Wolverhampton businesses on Thursday (April 1).
The University of Wolverhampton is one of the top institutions in the country for local regeneration and engaging with the public and community, according to new data released today.
£100 million has been invested in the region’s small businesses through the Midlands Engine Investment Fund (MEIF).
If you’re an employer who would like to recruit a redundant apprentice, you may be eligible for the incentive payment for hiring a new apprentice.
Ladder for the Black Country
Businesses planning to reopen in the City of Wolverhampton from April 12 are being reminded to check the maintenance of their premises, including the safety of water systems to prevent Legionella risks.
City of Wolverhampton Council is urging eligible charities, community and voluntary groups in the city to apply for free business grants.
More than £1million in business support grants have been paid to eligible Wolverhampton taxi and private hire drivers since the scheme went live at the end of last month.
Major public sector organisations in Wolverhampton have joined forces to launch the ‘Wolverhampton Pound’ and pledged to keep more of their £834 million collective spending power within the city.
Works to pave the way for £55 million construction of two Black County Railway Stations will begin this Spring following the final approval of Government funding.
West Midlands Combined Authority and Midland Mencap believe many aren’t speaking up about how Covid has impacted their lives
City of Wolverhampton Council has landed one of the world’s leading venue operators and concert promoters to run the city’s iconic Civic Halls.
Two schemes set up by the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) are helping local people start a new career as police officers.
Two more derelict industrial sites in the Black Country are to be transformed to provide vital new homes for local people following multi-million-pound investment deals by the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA).
A revamped market, new seating areas, cycle racks and feature artwork have been introduced in Wednesfield under a community-led approach to boosting the look of the village.
An ambitious plan to put the West Midlands on track for net zero by 2041 was given the green light. The West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) board has agreed to back the first Five-Year Plan with investment of over £5million