Tens of millions of pounds invested by the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) in land and regeneration schemes have seen more than 12,000 jobs created and 8,000 new homes on site, most of them on disused industrial land, figures have shown.
Business leaders and experts from across the West Midlands came together today to discuss how to better secure and manage energy supplies at a more local level helping to shield households and businesses from sudden and massive price hikes in the future.
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