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 figures show that attendances at England’s sexual health clinics have increased by 13% since 2013. WMiC looks at what Public Health England’s figures say about the West Midlands.
10 key points from the West Midlands economic dashboard: How does the region shape up compared to the rest of the UK?
A digest of key economic indicators covering the English regions and devolved nations is one of the regular briefings that the House of Commons library prepares for Parliament.
Following the publication of the government’s proposals to reform social housing, WMiC sets out the main themes of the green paper and highlights the initial responses.
WMiC sumarises four key points for the West Midlands based on the Office of National Statistics latest employment figuresRSS news feed