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Shortlist decided after strong interest in Tap Works site

Shortlist decided after strong interest in Tap Works site

9th May 2016

City of Wolverhampton Council’s housing strategy has received a major boost with high levels of interest from developers in the former Armitage Shanks Tap Works Factory site. The ambitious scheme to erect more than 100 homes on three derelict sites in Low Hill was first marketed in March. Read more...

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New-look city centre market in full colour

26th April 2016

Wolverhampton’s new-look city centre market today (Tuesday) opened for business. Pictures show how the outdoor markets have been re-invigorated and modernised, with purpose-built cabins adding to the existing stalls. The new market houses 46 licensed outdoor stalls which are enclosed by 16 colourfully branded cabins. Read more...

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Transportation programme delivers multi-million pound boost

14th April 2016

The success of City of Wolverhampton Council’s transportation capital programme has delivered a multi-million pound boost over the last three years. More than £55 million of additional external funding has been secured through bids for transport projects during that period – a figure that has contributed hugely to the regeneration of the city. Read more...

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Countryside make i10 regional headquarters

14th April 2016

Award-winning home builder and regeneration specialist Countryside has become the latest business to sign up as a tenant of i10. The UK company has agreed a deal to occupy the top floor of the multi-million pound office and retail development to make Wolverhampton a regional headquarters. Read more...

Porsche Centre to open doors for business

24th March 2016

Wolverhampton’s new £5 million Porsche Centre is set to open for business on Monday, April 4 – bringing with it new jobs. The dealership is relocating from Sutton Coldfield to purpose-built premises on Stafford Road, near to the i54/junction 2 gateway to the city. Read more...

Major boost for Canalside Quarter plans

18th February 2016

The Canal & River Trust has acquired the former Crane Foundry on Bailey Street for regeneration purposes. This prominent 3.7 acre site sits adjacent to the Birmingham canal and close to Wolverhampton train station, which is soon to be redeveloped as part of £120 million Interchange plans. Read more...

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