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Wolverhampton Council is to consider plans for a 5,000 sq ft heritage and exhibition centre at the Guru Nanak Sikh Temple in Blakenhall.
Wolverhampton Council has approved plans from Adventure Forest to set up a trampoline centre in Wednesfield, with the creation of 80 jobs.
Wolverhampton Council is planning to relocate the indoor market from Salop Street to Market Square.
Wolverhampton Council has approved plans for the £22m revamp of its city centre office, with the relocation of 600 staff.
Wolverhampton Council is to consider plans from Marantomark Group to build a secure mental health facility near New Cross Hospital, with the creation of 60 jobs.
Wolverhampton Council is planning to invest £11m in the revamp of the Civic Hall, Wulfrun Hall and Grand Theatre, with the creation of 120 jobs.
Wolverhampton City Council has approved plans to build a new £18m teaching block for the University of Wolverhampton Business School by 2015.
Wolverhampton City Council has unveiled plans for a £11m 50,000 sq ft office and retail development next to Wolverhampton Bus Station.
Wolverhampton City Council is to invest £14m in improvements to the city centre over the next year, including the creation of new space for future development.
Wolverhampton City Council is to consider plans from Cranford Developments to build a £13m retail park at the former Metal Castings site on Penn Road.
Wolverhampton City Council has unveiled plans to build a £30m 60-bedroom dementia care centre on Penn Road by 2013.
Wolverhampton City Council is considering plans from Barnshaws Structural to develop a car auction site for Scottish Motor Auctions at Bradley, which could create 135 jobs.
Wolverhampton City Council and Neptune Developments have unveiled plans to build a £140m travel interchange, including new rail and bus stations, a casino, a hotel and shops.
Wolverhampton Council has approved plans for the £390m expansion of the Midland Metro tram system by 2009.
Wolverhampton Council is to consider plans from Simon Developments for the £50m transformation of the 14-acre Springfield Brewery site into a new village with shops, apartments and offices.
Wolverhampton Council is to consider plans for the expansion of Wolverhampton Art Gallery, backed by a £5m lottery grant.
Wolverhampton Council is planning to expand its recyclable waste collection service over the next 18 months, with the creation of more than 50 jobs.
Wolverhampton Council is to consider plans from Volkswagen for the development of a commercial vehicles outlet near Bilston town centre, with the creation of 28 jobs.
Wolverhampton Council has unveiled proposals to build a £150m shopping and leisure complex in the city centre by 2008, and further details will be announced when a development partner has been found.
Wolverhampton Council has announced proposals to rebuild Wolverhampton railway station at a cost of £9m.
Wolverhampton Council is to consider plans from Next Generation Clubs for the development of a sports and leisure complex at the Low Level railway station site, including swimming pools, health suite, restaurant and 60-bedroom hotel.
Wolverhampton Council is considering plans from B&R properties for the development of a £4.5m two-storey telephone and communications centre at the Wolverhampton Business Park.