Support for self-employed due to coronavirus outbreak

Support for self-employed due to coronavirus outbreak

City of Wolverhampton Council is highlighting the support and advice on offer to the self-employed during the coronavirus outbreak. The government announced yesterday (Thursday) evening a Self-employment Income Support Scheme to help people through this difficult time.

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Council informs businesses how to confirm grants eligibility

Council informs businesses how to confirm grants eligibility

City of Wolverhampton Council will start sending letters and emails from tomorrow (Friday) to the thousands of city businesses eligible to receive grants from the Government's Small Business Grant Fund and Retail, Hospitality and Leisure Grant Fund.

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Update on coronavirus employer and business support

Update on coronavirus employer and business support

City of Wolverhampton Council has provided further guidance to employers and businesses on how to access the support options available to them during the coronavirus outbreak.

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Coronavirus employment and skills support

Coronavirus employment and skills support

Local employment and training providers have outlined support measures for local residents facing uncertainty around jobs over the coming weeks due to the coronavirus outbreak.

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Support on offer to businesses due to coronavirus outbreak

Support on offer to businesses due to coronavirus outbreak

City of Wolverhampton Council is communicating with businesses in the city to highlight the support and advice on offer to them during the coronavirus outbreak.

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Computer generated image of what the Placefirst development will look like

Major Canalside city living development announced

An ambitious multi-million-pound city living development has been announced for City of Wolverhampton’s Canalside Quarter.

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(L-R): City of Wolverhampton Council Leader, Councillor Ian Brookfield, WMCA Head of Skills Delivery, Clare Hatton, WMCA Director of Productivity and Skills, Julie Nugent, and Mayor of the West Midlands, Andy Street, plus, in hi-vis vests, Construction Gateway participants Adam Cain, 30, and Victoria Hinton, 22, who are being supported by Wolves at Work at City of Wolverhampton College

Taskforce to give young people new jobs and opportunities

Young people in the City of Wolverhampton are set to benefit from more jobs and opportunities thanks to Wolves at Work partnering with the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) on a new taskforce.

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City of Wolverhampton Council has announced plans for its first solar farm to be developed to power New Cross Hospital with renewable energy

City Council announces plans for its first solar farm development

City of Wolverhampton Council has announced plans for its first solar farm to be developed to power New Cross Hospital with renewable energy.

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New Wolverhampton construction training centre to help local people get new jobs

New Wolverhampton construction training centre to help local people get new jobs

A new construction plant training centre at City of Wolverhampton College will help local people start a new career in the industry, thanks to funding from the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA).

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