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|City Learning Quarter receives planning approval||13/11/2019|
General | 13th November 2019
Major construction will begin on the Sandwell Aquatics Centre in the New Year.
|Building work to begin on £73 million Sandwell Aquatics Centre||13/11/2019|
|Have your say on improvements to city gateway||29/10/2019|
|New construction training hub helping unemployed||18/10/2019|
|City’s new five-year Housing Strategy approved||17/10/2019|
General | 10th October 2019
Proposals for the redevelopment of Alexander Stadium have been submitted to Birmingham City Council’s planning department for consideration today (10 October 2019).
|Planning application submitted for Alexander Stadium redevelopment||10/10/2019|
General | 9th October 2019
As we approach Brexit on 31 October, businesses are being reminded they can take advantage of a free online tool to support them.
|Businesses urged to use free online Brexit Health Check tool||09/10/2019|
|Heath Town in Wolverhampton celebrates 50 years||03/10/2019|
|Mander Centre boost as Frasers make big move||02/10/2019|
|Free city events to support Black History Month||01/10/2019|
|Is your small business ready for growth?||30/09/2019|
General | 27th September 2019
Full refurbishment works on Wolverhampton’s Civic Halls will resume in the coming weeks after a preferred delivery partner was named.
|Preferred partner to deliver Civic Halls works announced||27/09/2019|
|Brewers Yard city living scheme takes next step||26/09/2019|
|New modular homes to transform Patchbox pub site||24/09/2019|
|Plans announced on improvements to city gateway||23/09/2019|
|Secure more business at Meet the Buyer event||19/09/2019|
General | 18th September 2019
WV Living has appointed a contractor to develop homes on its next three sites in the City of Wolverhampton.
|WV Living appoint contractor to build homes on next sites||18/09/2019|
|Businesses urged to use Brexit health check tool||17/09/2019|
General | 9th September 2019
Birmingham 2022 is seeking to establish a new Framework Agreement for Marketing and Creative Services, to support the delivery of the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
|Birmingham 2022 Marketing & Creative Services Supplier Briefing||09/09/2019|
General | 9th September 2019
City of Wolverhampton Council is set to exercise its Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO) powers on the owner of the former post office building in Lichfield Street.
|Council to use CPO powers for key city centre site||09/09/2019|
|Business Programme 2019 supporting city growth||09/09/2019|
|City Jobs Fair offering hundreds of opportunities||05/09/2019|
General | 4th September 2019
Preparatory works have started on phase one of City of Wolverhampton Council’s ambitious Westside Link scheme.
|Preparatory works start on city centre Westside Link||04/09/2019|
|Culture Programme Introduction||03/09/2019|
General | 2nd September 2019
Sandwell Council is pressing ahead with its plans to build hundreds of much-needed new council homes.
|Council presses ahead with building more new council homes||02/09/2019|
General | 30th August 2019
City of Wolverhampton is geared up for its sixth annual business programme offering free events, workshops and training to help businesses to start, grow and succeed.
|Book your place at high level city business events in Wolverhampton||30/08/2019|
General | 28th August 2019
The not-for-profit organisation has plans for a new development at the Canalside site in West Bromwich
|Sanctuary Housing to provide 70 new homes for Sandwell||28/08/2019|
General | 15th August 2019
Hundreds of local people will have the chance to learn valuable construction skills and help build more than 1,400 new homes on one of Birmingham’s biggest construction sites thanks to a new training ...
|New training hub offers construction training at Perry Barr Residential Scheme||15/08/2019|
|Exciting new logo launched for Birmingham 2022||29/07/2019|
General | 26th July 2019
City of Wolverhampton Council is set to approve funding for the final design of the ambitious City Learning Quarter – with demolition works on course to be completed by the end of the summer.
|City Learning Quarter full design funding set to be approved||26/07/2019|
General | 25th July 2019
City of Wolverhampton residents and businesses are being invited to have their say on the city’s Digital Infrastructure Strategy.
|Have your say on city’s Digital Infrastructure Strategy||25/07/2019|
General | 24th July 2019
The Wolverhampton Interchange project has hit new heights this week with the completion of the roof on phase one of the new railway station.
|Wolverhampton railway station development hits new heights||24/07/2019|
|Restoration work under way at West Smethwick Park||19/07/2019|
General | 11th July 2019
A West Midlands delegation of business tourism partners secured more than 200 appointments, worth a potential £2 million for the region, at this year’s Meetings Show.
|West Midlands partners reflect on successful Meetings Show||11/07/2019|
|Future High Street Fund boost for Wolverhampton||05/07/2019|
|Innovative community research project launch||04/07/2019|
General | 1st July 2019
Delivering complex components for new automotive ‘light-weighting’ projects is reaping dividends for a Black Country supplier.
|‘Taking the weight out of the equation’ delivers £3m contract boost||01/07/2019|
General | 27th June 2019
Work has started on an extension to a major Midlands business park which could generate around 1,700 jobs and lever in up to £300 million of investment.
|New era for i54 as work starts on western extension||27/06/2019|
General | 26th June 2019
Birmingham and the West Midlands region will benefit from a £778 million investment to stage the 2022 Commonwealth Games, the government has confirmed today.
|£778m investment into city and region to deliver Commonwealth Games||26/06/2019|
|New City railway station building making its mark||21/06/2019|
General | 12th June 2019
Plans for the redevelopment of Alexander Stadium are set to go on display at public drop-in events later this month.
|Public consultation to be held for Alexander Stadium redevelopment||12/06/2019|
General | 12th June 2019
City of Wolverhampton Council set for next phase of capital funded projects to continue to develop and maintain the city’s highway network for the next financial year and future years.
|£14m investment set to improve Wolverhampton highway network||12/06/2019|
General | 10th June 2019
WV Living has been given the green light to build new homes on the site of a former council owned care home.
|WV Living get green light to build homes on new site||10/06/2019|
General | 7th June 2019
A new national centre for construction excellence will be built in the City of Wolverhampton.
|New national construction centre coming to the city||07/06/2019|
General | 5th June 2019
A major improvement scheme in Carters Green - which will see new paving, seating and street lighting along with more trees and the creation of a new public square and events area - gets under way late...
|£1.1 million improvement scheme at Carters Green gets under way||05/06/2019|
General | 4th June 2019
More than 40 City of Wolverhampton businesses today (Tuesday) became the latest to join the Aim for Gold business growth programme.
|New city businesses Aim for Gold at Molineux launch||04/06/2019|
General | 3rd June 2019
Work to prepare the site of the new Sandwell Aquatics Centre will start this month (June 2019).
|Exciting times as work set to begin on Sandwell's multi-million pound Aquatics Centre||03/06/2019|
|Ambassadors back Sandwell Business Awards||17/05/2019|
General | 10th May 2019
The Black Country Business event runs from 12 May to 24 May and open to businesses of all sizes
|Businesses invited to attend free event in West Bromwich||10/05/2019|
General | 9th May 2019
A Meet the Buyer event held for local businesses to learn more about the work packages available through the construction of the new Sandwell Aquatics Centre has been hailed as a success.
|Sandwell and Birmingham businesses sought to work on new Aquatics Centre||09/05/2019|