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Council house lit in green

Council to join wider region in marking anniversary

Dudley Council is joining organisations across the region to mark 50 years since the creation of the West Midlands county.

image of a hand on a mouse registering for a postal vote

New rules on postal voting

People can register for a postal vote to have their say in this year’s elections but need to be aware of new rules when posting them.

Stephanie Rhoden GLL libraries partnership manager with Easter chicks

Easter half-term activities in town centres

There are treasure trails with animated animals, free pantomimes, crazy golf and town centre fun this Easter holiday.

Cllr Patrick Harley at the new Brierley Hill link way

Work starts on “vital” pedestrian linkway in Brierley Hill

Work has started on the creation of a “vital” pedestrian link off Brierley Hill High Street, the latest investment in the town.

Cllr Patrick Harley at the Triangle in Kingswinford

Council leader reiterates desire to protect green belt

The leader of Dudley Council today reiterated his desire to protect green belt land from developers in the borough.

Traffic lights

Resurfacing works are part of Brierley Hill regeneration

People who live, work and shop in Brierley Hill are being reminded that resurfacing works are taking place in the town centre next month.

Cllr Patrick Harley oversees Plans for Eton college on Stafford Streetcar park

Potential Eton site revealed

Plans to bring Eton College to Dudley look set to take a leap forward with a preferred site formally announced.

LS Jim Cadman, Patrick Harley, Hayley Andrews and Paul Andrews

Work underway at former museum and art gallery building

A £4 million transform of two Dudley landmark buildings are getting underway as part of an exciting new Entertainment Quarter.

Laptop on desk

Council strategy maps out next steps for borough

Dudley Council has mapped out its vision for the borough’s economic future with a bold new regeneration strategy.

Councillor Patrick Harley

Spending controls save £4.5m to date

Around £4.5m of savings have been made since Dudley Council introduced rigorous spending controls last autumn to support the financial stability of the authority.

Brierley Hill market open

Brierley Hill Market remains open during works

Shoppers are being reminded that Brierley Hill Market is very much open for business as major refurbishment works are undertaken to this important heritage asset.

elections register

Register to vote

Residents in Dudley borough are being urged to register if they want to vote in the elections in May.