City of Wolverhampton Council is calling on the city’s home-based businesses to check if they are eligible for the second round of its Discretionary Grant Scheme.
£20 million new funding to help smaller businesses recover from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
Eligible Wolverhampton businesses yet to apply for vital coronavirus grants are being made aware the Government has announced the schemes will close on Friday, August 28.
University of Wolverhampton Illustration degree students who had worked on a live creative project brief for the Mander Shopping Centre during lockdown have seen their work come to life.
A partnership of colleges in the West Midlands, supported by the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA), has been boosted by a Government fund aimed at keeping more young people in further education and training.
A team of academics at the University of Wolverhampton has been successful in winning a bid to carry out research into the local community response to the pandemic.
Wolverhampton’s Town Deal Board is set to submit a final bid for up to £48million of Government funding to transform the city centre, Bilston and Wednesfield.
West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) has welcomed a letter from young leaders urging it to continue to fight racism.
The region’s wide-ranging transport plan is set to be updated with a greater focus on meeting the #WM2041 climate change challenge.
Plans to create a West Midlands National Park have taken a step forward after the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Birmingham City University.
Face coverings must be worn in borough shops from today (Fri) – with certain exemptions.
City of Wolverhampton Council will launch on Thursday (July 23) the second round of its Discretionary Grant Scheme to help small businesses.
City of Wolverhampton Council is progressing its transformation plans for a new-look city centre to ensure works can start as soon as Government funding is secured.
Sandwell Council has successfully attracted £7.5 million of additional Government funding to spend on local roads and high streets.
City of Wolverhampton Council is working to protect the environment for future generations by bidding for funding which will benefit both the city and the wider region.
Around £8.5 million has been set aside to improve the condition of borough roads this year, council bosses have revealed.