A comment piece by West Midlands Mayor, Andy Street.
Mayors welcome deal for knowledge sharing between West Midlands and London.
Response to city council’s proposal for clean air zone.
Lack of diversity amongst bosses risks damaging the economy and wider society.
Creative chiefs collaborate to convince Channel 4 to move to West Midlands.
City council hears plans to build on Games’ legacy.
Fun for all as Mayor’s Community Weekend gets National Lottery backing.
Faiths unite to help Mayor tackle key issues.
Mayor’s Mentors scheme to share in £270,000 grant.
Prince’s Trust develops new skills hub in Birmingham.
Jim Tucker explains about a petition calling for a park in Birmingham City Centre.
Refreshed Midlands Engine Investment Portfolio highlights £11 billion of investment opportunities.
Whim under the spotlight as West Midlands hosts MPs.
Denise Lewis OBE joins region’s leaders to celebrate Commonwealth Games win at MIPIM 2018.
£350 million Housing Deal for the West Midlands announced by Chancellor of the Exchequer in Spring Statement.
Groundbreaking partnership with HS2 Ltd to design new infrastructure and connectivity.
West Midlands to launch £10 billion prospectus for the UK’s most investable region.
WMCA agree to make funding available ahead of 2022.
Region to present investment opportunities worth almost £10 billion to thousands of international investors.
Metro Mayors in joint call for government to review housing funding allocation to city-regions.
Billions of pounds of Midlands investment opportunities to be unveiled at global property show.
New body to raise funds for continued infrastructure expansion.
Procurement picks up pace for high-speed project.
Event aims to build togetherness through faith.
Multi-million pound boost for region’s digital technology.
Funds granted for brownfield site regeneration.
Pedal power revolution set for the West Midlands.
Sign-up to be part of West Midlands multi-faith conference.
Landmark bus agreement renewed to improve services across West Midlands.
Loans company aims to “fill the gap” left by banks.