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Improvement and Efficiency West Midlands (IEWM)

Improvement and Efficiency West Midlands provides an extensive programme of support and capacity building for improvement and efficiency, and acts as a catalyst for collaborative working across all authorities and partnerships in the West Midlands.

The programme is essentially centred around three core objectives – improvement, efficiency and partnerships – all of which are underpinned by a strong focus on leadership and capacity building.

Latest news

Car trouble: Report looks at Brexit uncertainty and foreign investment

With Jaguar Land Rover, BMW and Airbus airing concerns about the type of Brexit on the horizon, West Midlands in Context takes a look at Ernst and Young's (EY) annual analysis

Rethinking Planning: Stephen Alexander, Head Of City Planning at City of Wolverhampton Council

Rethinking Planning - a new way of working which is delighting applicants and investors, creating jobs and making Wolverhampton a better city.

WMIC Issue 21: Drinking habits – Tea-totalers, drinkers, bingers and hospital admissions

New reports find that while West Midlanders are among the least likely to drink, the rate of hospital admissions due to alcohol is among the highest. West Midlands in Context takes a look.

WMIC Issue 21: A run on the bank – Reports shed light on poverty in the region

With the Trussell Trust publishing its latest figures on the use of their food banks, West Midlands in Context takes a look at some of the recent reports.

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