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A scheme that will help homeowners make their property greener and sustainable - and save money on energy bills has returned for homeowners in the Blakenhall area of the city.
The crew of a Lancaster bomber plane that crashed during the Second World War in Wednesfield have been immortalised on a new housing development.
City of Wolverhampton Council has bid for £20million from the Government’s Levelling Up Fund Round 2 to help deliver phase one of its ambitious Green Innovation Corridor.
Wolverhampton has welcomed the Queen’s Baton Relay and hosts the Cycling Time Trial this Thursday, but there’s also an army of volunteers from the council who are giving their own time to help ensure the entire Games are a success.
City of Wolverhampton Council tenants and leaseholders are being invited to have their say on a new strategy to support their needs.
Vehicle technicians at City of Wolverhampton Council are among the first in the UK to complete a new training scheme aimed at creating a cleaner, greener environment.
The Cost-of-Living Crisis is affecting everyone and today (Friday 29 July) the Leader of the City of Wolverhampton Council laid out exactly how the city is fighting back.
It is time to have your say on where you go to vote by participating in City of Wolverhampton Council’s current review of polling districts and polling places.
A major scheme designed to help West Midlands manufacturing and engineering firms adopt the latest digital tech and drive growth has received £2.3m extra in funding to continue its work.
Artist’s impressions of what a new Health and Community Facility in Lower Bradley could look like have been revealed as part of a planning application.
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