After another interesting week for the West Midlands, I wanted to take the time to update you on what is going on across the region, as well as reflect on some key announcements from the past week.
Local Conservative MPs and I want the owners of derelict former industrial sites to help save Green Belt across the Black Country – by putting their land forward for redevelopment.
Today, July 14, is the date on which a pivotal moment in British history occurred, a flash of brilliance in the West Midlands that set us on the road to the world we know today.
West Midlands Mayor Andy Street delivered a gift-wrapped present to Black Country rail users when he handed official planning applications to build two new railway stations to council chiefs.
Mayor Andy Street has today called on the Government to extend the funding for the Housing First scheme which has successfully reduced the number of rough sleepers on the streets of the West Midlands.
West Midlands Mayor Andy Street says Bilston’s Christmas Street Festival was the ‘perfect way to close 2019’ – and that he feels confident for the future of the town centre in the next decade.
West Midlands Mayor Andy Street has backed campaigners fighting to save Wolverhampton’s Seven Cornfields from the bulldozers – telling developers and councils to target ‘brownfield’ sites first.
West Midlands Mayor Andy Street says it’s ‘full steam ahead’ in the campaign for a new railway station in Tettenhall – after local residents backed the idea in a survey.
We want your views about a new train station in Tettenhall, take part in our survey here.
West Midlands Mayor Andy Street is asking for residents to have their say on ambitious proposals to open a new railway station in Tettenhall.