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It’s Black Country Day – and the unofficial capital has marked the occasion by announcing a bid for city status.
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City of Wolverhampton Council has bid for £20 million from the Government’s Levelling Up Fund to help deliver its ambitious City Learning Quarter vision.
A rallying call has come from the WMCA and the industry for construction employers to increase the number of female apprentices in their business.
Young people from Dudley are to benefit from a package of support to give them access to training and career opportunities
Thousands of residents and businesses will benefit from new green skills and qualifications – thanks to funding from the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA).
As the Black Country UNESCO Global Geopark reaches its first birthday, Dudley Council’s regen boss looks at how the Geopark will benefit from the borough’s £1billion regeneration programme.
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New pictures released today show Dudley’s pioneering Very Light Rail project remains firmly on track.
Leader insists ‘every inch’ of brownfield land is in major housing plan with residents to have their say
City of Wolverhampton Council’s Leader says ‘every inch’ of brownfield land included in draft Black Country Plan
Money does grow on them! Planting trees could benefit economy by £366 million and create 36,000 jobs
Planting trees and other efforts to recover natural destruction have a huge part to play in getting the country to Net Zero and bring a range of other benefits
Works will start this month on the first phase of the Council’s multi-million-pound transformation of the city centre to create events spaces, improve public realm and support businesses.
More than £720,000 will be spent on making the borough’s roads safer for pedestrians and drivers.
The University of Wolverhampton’s Brownfield Research and Innovation Centre (BRIC) has joined forces with land regeneration activists, Land Hero
City of Wolverhampton Council are now recruiting to cohort 5 of the Relight Business Programme