The city of Wolverhampton is going through major change and securing investments not seen in generations, with £4.4billion in place or in the pipeline.
The Council, backed by local MPs and the West Midlands Combined Authority, have tabled ambitious upgrade offers to the government for a total of £60million.
With tenders launched to create a state-of-the-art health and wellness centre, a green innovation corridor and a new city learning district, this is a pivotal moment for the city to build on this momentum and become a city of opportunity.
Join us September 29 from 8-11 a.m. at Grand Station to discuss:
- What Upgrading Means for Businesses and City Stakeholders
- How offerings like the City Learning Quarter, Green Innovation Corridor and Health & Regeneration program will accelerate growth
- The opportunities that will be created through the National Center for Sustainable Construction
- How the city invests in the jobs and skills of its residents
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Now in its 9th year, it is one of the most anticipated events on the region’s business calendar.
We will be joined by Head of Council, Councilor Ian Brookfield and Scott Thompson, Chairman of the Wolverhampton Economic Growth Board.
Plus, we’ll hear from a panel of experts to discuss the upgrade program:
Tim Johnson – Chief Executive, Wolverhampton City Council
Cathy Francis – Managing Director, Local Government, Resilience and Communities at the Department of Leveling, Housing and Communities
Jo Nugent – Head of West Midlands Markets, Partners and Venues – Homes England
Jessica Bowles – Chief Strategy Officer, Bruntwood
Ninder Johal – Chairman of the Wolverhampton Town Deal Board
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