A weather warning is in place for much of the UK, including Wolverhampton, for severe thunderstorms which could result in flash floods, damage to property, transport disruption, lightning strikes and large hail. Here you can find more information about different types of flooding and which authority to report it to. In the event of flood damage, see how to contact the council.
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Wolverhampton's first Mayor, G. B. Thorneycroft, was elected in 1848 and the current Mayor, Councillor Claire Darke, is the 161st Mayor of Wolverhampton and the current Deputy Mayor is Councillor Greg Brackenridge.
The Mayor is the First Citizen in the City and the Office of Mayor is the highest honour the local authority can give an elected Councillor.
Tim is Chief Executive of the City of Wolverhampton Council having been appointed to the role in July 2018.
Tim is an experienced strategic local government director, specialising in place shaping, organisational change management and community regeneration. He has a proven track record of developing and delivering complex, innovative projects and programmes and has overseen a regeneration programme which has £3.7 billion of public and private investment either on-site or planned in the city.