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Exciting Westside plans revealed as developer named

Exciting Westside plans revealed as developer named

12th July 2016

City of Wolverhampton Council has named its preferred Westside developer to deliver a £55 million leisure-led mixed use scheme in the heart of the city. Urban & Civic fought off competition from ten other leading UK developers and investors to land a six-month exclusivity period on the 6.4 acre site, which comprises three adjacent parcels of land in the freehold ownership of the council. Read more...

i10 the perfect fit for Tarmac’s Building Products team

i10 the perfect fit for Tarmac’s Building Products team

11th July 2016

Tarmac's Building Products division has become the latest business to sign up as a tenant of i10. Part of Tarmac, the UK's leading building materials and construction solutions business, it will be occupying the 11,000 sq ft first floor of the £10.6 million city centre development. Read more...

Wolverhampton hits top ten for best live music scene

Wolverhampton hits top ten for best live music scene

6th July 2016

Wolverhampton has made the top ten in a major survey of the best live music scenes – thanks to venues like the Civic Hall and the Robin2. It is a ringing endorsement of the city, which is currently in the middle of an exciting ten-day ‘Enjoy Wolverhampton’ programme of free or purse-friendly activities showcasing its gems. Read more...

International delegates could put Black Country on international map

International delegates could put Black Country on international map

17th June 2016

International delegates will visit the Black Country this week on a fact finding mission about the region's bid to become a UNESCO Global Geopark. Earlier this year, the four Black Country authorities (Wolverhampton, Dudley, Sandwell, and Walsall councils) submitted an application to become part of the UNESCO Global Geopark network. Read more...

Demolition progress reshaping Southside opportunity

Demolition progress reshaping Southside opportunity

17th June 2016

Regeneration plans for Wolverhampton's Southside area have taken another step forward with the demolition of the property neighbouring the former Netto building almost complete. Contractors are tearing down the former furniture shop at the corner of Snow Hill and Cleveland Street. Read more...

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