The English Cities Fund (ECF), the joint venture between nationwide placemaker, Muse, Legal & General, one of the UK’s leading financial services groups and major global investor, and Homes England, has signed a memorandum of understanding with City of Wolverhampton Council.
The first week of April will be dedicated to food and fun in Wolverhampton with the council organising a week of activities to help people still enjoy healthy, tasty food on a budget during the cost of living crisis.
A major milestone has been reached with City of Wolverhampton Council planning committee today (Tuesday) granting outline planning approval for construction of a new health & wellbeing facility and neighbouring homes in Oxley.
Wolverhampton's popular Yo! Wolves platform is set to be expanded so that it can capture a wider range of opportunities which will help children, young people and their families build aspiration and resilience.