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Businesses urged to take Delta seriously

Sandwell’s director of public health Dr Lisa McNally has urged local people not to take chances with safety.

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Energy superhub coming to Sandwell

Energy company Pivot Power has announced plans to develop an energy superhub in Sandwell.

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Consultation for West Bromwich masterplan/interim planning statement launches

Businesses and residents are being asked for their views to help shape the future regeneration of West Bromwich.

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This #MadeInSandwell Monday, meet SAFL: Sandwell Adult and Family Learning

This #MadeInSandwell Monday we’re putting the spotlight on Sandwell Adult and Family Learning (SAFL), which provides daytime and evening courses to individuals and businesses across the borough.

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Sandwell businesses urged to follow Robinson Brothers’ example to protect employees

For many businesses in Sandwell, step four of the government’s Covid-19 roadmap on 19 July, easing most legal restrictions in England, was welcome. But how are local businesses adjusting to living with the virus?

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Investment leads to bounce back for Alucast

An investment of £200,000 in new technology has helped casting firm Alucast recover from the lockdown dip.

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Black Country Chamber Mini Expo is back

The Black Country Chamber is hosting its first mini table-top exhibition of 2021 on Tuesday 27 July at Mercure Birmingham West Hotel in West Bromwich. The aim is to bring together the local business community after a year of restrictions.

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Should Sandwell become a Smoke Control Area? Have your say in a survey closing end of August

Sandwell Council is deciding whether the whole of the borough should become a designated Smoke Control Area (SCA) to help in the battle against poor air quality. It is conducting a survey to better understand the implications for local businesses. The survey closes on Monday 30 August.

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Legislation change for food businesses

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has launched an online hub to help support businesses that sell prepackaged food meet the new labelling regulations.

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A new plan to tackle climate change

Sandwell Council has published a Climate Change Plan for Sandwell which lays out a range of initiatives that will enable the borough to become a cleaner, greener and safer place.

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