Tenants of City of Wolverhampton Council have received their annual rent review letters this week, detailing any changes to their rent. 

The letters breakdown what tenants need to pay, whether they pay weekly or monthly. This financial year (April 2019 to March 2020) there are 53 weeks in the year instead of the usual 52. This is a natural...

Get your rainbow and chocolate sprinkles at the ready and get baking for The Nation’s Biggest Housewarming on Friday 15th February, to help raise funds and awareness of Fuel Poverty Awareness Day.

We are encouraging local residents to organise a ‘housewarming’ event by baking sweet and savoury treats, to sell to family, friends and...

The search has begun for the Best of Bilston 2019.

Nominations are now open for inspirational individuals and community groups across the Bilston area.

The Best of Bilston awards are led by community members from the local HeadStart Wolverhampton steering group and are designed to foster community cohesion by recognising the contributions of...

City of Wolverhampton Council Leader, Councillor Roger Lawrence, has presented the final report of the Wolverhampton Tackling Rough Sleeping Task Team to Full Council.

The task team was established in 2017 and includes representatives from Wolverhampton Business Improvement District (BID), Recovery Near You, Wolverhampton Drug Service User...

A yellow weather warning for snow and ice is in place this week, on January 29th, until 11am on the 30th, and again from 3pm on Thursday 31st January until midday on Friday 1st February. There's also a level 3 cold weather alert in place this week.
This means we may see some snow and potentially hazardous conditions.

Wolverhampton residents have been urged to speak up and help keep their community safe.

Do you think you could make a real difference to the lives of young people? Have you ever thought about fostering?

Big Energy Saving Week 2019 (BESW) is back to help consumers understand their energy use, cut their bills and get the financial support they are entitled to.

Latest figures show City of Wolverhampton rough sleepers’ operational group is making an impact in getting people off the streets – but it recognises more needs to be done.

Work has started on the development of 44 new affordable council homes in Heath Town.

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