A new website has been launched to keep residents up to date with a number of exciting multi-million pound regeneration projects in the pipeline for the borough.
The Regenerating Dudley website went live this afternoon (Thu) and can be found at www.regeneratingdudley.org.uk.
It comes as work gets under way on several big projects in the borough, including the demolition of Cavendish House and the £449 million Wednesbury to Brierley Hill Metro extension.
The website will keep people up to date with nine planned projects and £1 billion worth of investment.
As well as Cavendish and the Metro, they also include the Very Light Rail National Innovation Centre, a new leisure centre in Dudley and a bus and tram interchange in Dudley town centre.
The amazing transformation that will unfold in Dudley is not going to be without disruption. The new website is part of the council’s commitment to keeping residents, businesses and their employees, market traders, visitor attractions and shoppers fully informed.
Councillor Patrick Harley, leader of the council, said:
There will be unprecedented levels of investment in the borough over the next decade, and work is under way on a number of projects that will make a real difference.
Contractors are now on site and we are cracking on, which means there will be disruption, but we’re committed to promoting Dudley as ‘open for business’.
It’s our time to build, connect and grow and we are going to make Dudley borough an even greater place to live, work and enjoy leisure time.
To sign up for updates on Dudley’s regeneration projects, go to www.dudley.gov.uk