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Wolverhampton Business Week

Champions to Support Business Week

Members of Wolverhampton’s Business Champions are supporting the City’s Business Week. The annual programme of events celebrates business growth in the city with a series of events and celebrations between

Springfield Campus

Advances with Wolves: a city that is going places

Wolverhampton was recently awash with black and gold as the city celebrated its beloved football team, Wolverhampton Wanderers, once again taking its (rightful) place in the Premier League. But the

City of Wolverhampton Market

Wolverhampton’s new market buzzing with customers on first day of trading

Punters old and new flocked to Wolverhampton's £4.9 million market on 17th July as it opened to the public for the first time. The new market was teeming with customers

Council Appoints New Managing Director

City of Wolverhampton Council has appointed Business Champion member, Tim Johnson, as new managing director at a meeting of all 60 councillors on Wednesday 18th July. It follows a rigorous

Deputy Vice Chancellor joins delegates to launch Annual Report

Deputy Vice Chancellor joins delegates to launch Annual Report

A University of Wolverhampton Deputy Vice-Chancellor joined the Marches Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) to launch their Annual Report at Westminster recently. Professor Ian Oakes, who also chairs the Wolverhampton Business

Old Gold, New Challenge

Wolves can reveal the home and away kits to be worn for the club’s return to the Premier League in 2018/19 - the first produced by global sportswear giant adidas.

(l-r): Martin Probert, RPS Operational Director for Design, David Callaghan, RPS Operational Director Building Services, Alan Green, RPS Managing Director for Design, and Councillor Peter Bilson, outside the RPS City of Wolverhampton base

Leading property consultancy moves into Wolverhampton

Leading property consultancy firm RPS moves back into the city, reopening a former office on the Tettenhall Road. The Wolverhampton office, now home to Architecture, Civil Engineering, Building Services and

An artist’s impression of what the Tower and Fort Works housing development will look like

Galliford Try take on two major city housing schemes

City of Wolverhampton Council has welcomed Galliford Try Partnerships as the new developer on 2 of its major housing regeneration sites in the city. The move comes after the leading

Jessup Managing Director, Clive Jessup, and Councillor Peter Bilson at the Danesmore Pastures site

WV Living appoint contractor to build homes on next sites

WV Living has appointed a contractor to develop homes on its next 3 sites in the City of Wolverhampton. Jessup has been selected to build 40 homes on the site