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St John's Square
Wolverhampton
West Midlands
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Berry Street
Wolverhampton
West Midlands
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Victoria Passage
Wolverhampton
West Midlands
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Fryer Street
Wolverhampton
West Midlands
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Union Street
Wolverhampton
West Midlands
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Bath Avenue
Wolverhampton
West Midlands
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Upper Villiers Street
Wolverhampton
West Midlands
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Spring Road
Wolverhampton
West Midlands
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Planetary Road
Willenhall
West Midlands
WV13
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Level Street
Dudley
West Midlands
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Wolverhampton is a city and metropolitan borough in the Black Country area of the West Midlands.    In 2000 Wolverhampton was granted city status by Queen Elizabeth II as part of the millennium celebrations and by 2004 was the thirteenth most populous city in England.    Wolverhampton is historically a part of the county of Staffordshire and forms part of the metropolitan county of the West Midlands.  

 

Wolverhampton lies 17 miles to the northwest of its larger near-neighbour Birmingham and forms the second largest part of the West Midlands conurbation.  It is 132 miles from London and 77 miles from Manchester.  The City of Wolverhampton is a vibrant centre for commerce and culture and its location at the heart of the road and railway network gives the city additional viability, being within easy access of the M5, M6, M6 Toll and M54. The rail station has not only a plethora of local links, but is also a key station on the west coast main line with London just a couple of hours away.   Major regeneration projects are transforming the city’s landscape and a wide variety of modern industries have emerged to ensure vitality and employment well into the 21st century.  High quality support services are helping more and more businesses to locate and thrive in Wolverhampton.

 

There appear to be two historical sources for the name of the city – one after Lady Wulfruna who founded the city in 985 and named from the Anglo Saxon word Wulfruneheantun meaning Wulfrun’s high or principal enclosure or farm. Secondly the city may have earned its original name from Wulfereeantun meaning Wulfhere’s high or principal enclosure or farm after Wulfhere the King of Mercia.  Nevertheless, whichever version the name Wulfruna is in common use in the city and its people are known as Wulfrunians.

 

The city grew initially as a market town relying heavily on the woollen trade and it is and in the 14th and 15th centuries Wolverhampton was considered one of the "staple towns" of the trade a claim which is acknowledged by the inclusion of a woolpack on the city's coat of arms.    From the 16th century onwards, Wolverhampton became home to a number of metal industries including lock and key making and iron and brass working.   The city became a major industrial centre during and after the Industrial Revolution, with the growth of coal mining as well as the mining of limestone and iron ore and grew to be a wealthy town mainly due to the huge amount of industry that grew up around this abundance of coal and iron deposits. Since its earliest days Wolverhampton has thrived on trade and enterprise, with business and innovation being no strangers to the city. Since the industrial revolution Wolverhampton has been at the forefront of engineering, as local manufacturing turned to iron, steel, locks and canals with the railways arriving in 1837. Wolverhampton was also home to the production of steel; japanning,motorcycles and cars.   During the 20th century Wolverhampton's innovation literally reached new heights with the advent of the aerospace industry, while other industries devoted themselves to the production of cars and motorcycles. Sunbeam manufactured the Silver Bullet and The Slug, which at over 1,000 HP enabled Henry Seagrave to break the world land speed record and exceed 200 mph in 1927. 

 

Although Wolverhampton is proud of its rich industrial heritage and status as one of the main manufacturing centres in the West Midlands, it has evolved to welcome a wide range of modern industries to ensure vitality and employment into the 21st century.   The area now boasts a far more competitive and sustainable mix of traditional and technology-driven companies, resulting in Wolverhampton and Telford being designated as one of three High Technology Corridors by regional development agency, Advantage West Midlands. The Wolverhampton Telford Corridor provides the focus for technology-led development in the region and is driving the city's transition forward through the promotion of clusters, and the development of Wolverhampton Science Park and new business start-up incubator units for the Creative Industries sector.  Today, the major industries within the city are both based in the engineering sector which includes a large aerospace industry and within the service sector.

 

Today the city is home to many precision engineering firms who supply essential components to the motor and aerospace industries. These companies proudly share their technological innovation and best practice, set high standards in training and development, and have a strong skills base. The European Joint Strike Fighter - the latest vertical take-off and landing superjet - would not be able to leave the ground without essential engine rotation and actuation components manufactured in Wolverhampton. Many other aircraft - civilian and military - rely on precision engineered components from the city.

 

Wolverhampton is also home to a whole new generation of technologically driven companies, many of which have flourished thanks to the facilities at Wolverhampton Science Park. Since its establishment in 1995, the science park's reputation has spread nationally and internationally. As a result of this, the science park regularly hosts fact-finding visits from businesses as far afield as Russia, Spain and China.   Over 70 companies from the technology, knowledge-based and creative sectors have now located at the science park in the new £7.1 million Creative Industries Centre.

 

Wolverhampton has a vibrant and varied cultural and sporting life and is home to the Premiership club Wolverhampton Wanderers FC.  It offers a varied educational profile and is home to one of the oldest active schools in the country, Wolverhampton Grammar School which was founded in 1512.   The University of Wolverhampton is the main provider of higher education in the city. 

 

Wolverhampton sits at the centre of a major transport network.   The M6 motorway linking the city with the north-west of England including Manchester and Liverpool and Scotland and London via the M1. The section of M6 motorway nearest to the city is one of the busiest within the UK and now offers as an alternative The M6 Toll which bypasses this stretch.  The M5 connects with the south-west of England, and London via the M40  and the M54 links Wolverhampton with Telford, Shrewsbury and onward to Wales. Wolverhampton’s ring road acts to keep through traffic out of the centre of the city from such main roads as the A41 (London to Birkenhead) A449 S Wales and Stafford; A454 Bridgnorth and Sutton Coldfield and the A4123 Wolverhampton to Birmingham.  England's first automatic traffic lights could be seen in Princes Square in 1927.  The modern traffic lights at this location have the traditional striped poles to commemorate this fact.

 

The city’s railway station is served by the West Coast Main Line and has regular rail services to London, Birmingham and Manchester as well as many other major cities in the UK.   The Wrexham; Shropshire and Marylebone Railway has started its train service to London, although at present London bound passengers are not permitted to board their trains at Wolverhampton. The railway station is due for redevelopment, with the main station buildings being demolished in a project called Wolverhampton Interchange. It is due to open in 2012.   There are also many local train services.  The  City’s bus station  is situated near to the railway station and buses in the city are regulated by  West Midlands Passenger Transport Executive and the largest provider of services is National Express West Midlands.   The Midland Metro, a light rail system, currently connects Wolverhampton St George’s to Birmingham Snow Hill Station via West Bromwich and Wednesbury.   There are plans for further lines within the city.

 

The nearest major airport is Birmingham International Airport, approximately 25 miles (40.2K) away. The airport is easy to reach by train, with a direct express service to it. By car, it can actually sometimes be quicker to reach Manchester Airport instead, due to traffic delays on the M6 eastbound motorway towards Birmingham International.  Wolverhampton Airport, renamed from Halfpenny Green, is a small general aviation airfield located 8 miles (12.9 km) southwest of the city.   There are no navigable rivers within the city, but there are many miles of canal network.   The area is also accessible for cyclists although moderately hilly.   Cycling benefits from the 20 miles per hour (32 km/h) city centre within the Ring Road and a number of routes that use quieter roads and paths to avoid the ten 'A' roads that radiate from the Ring.

 

Wolverhampton is one of the major retail centres in the West Midlands Region .The largest single employer within the city is the City Council.   Other large employers include the banking; education, brewing, aerospace, manufacturing; media and the NHS. 

The city's business areas fall into two major categories: Those primarily catering for office based companies wanting new and nearly new premises - these areas being clustered to the north of the city centre and adjacent to the A449 and M54 motorway   Existing industrial areas to the south and east of the city centre, where businesses engaged in manufacturing and distribution benefit from close proximity to the excellent dual carriageway links to both the M5 and M6 motorways.  

 

Wolverhampton has much to offer the businessman in terms of its central location and access to good transport communications and its developing mix of traditional and technological based companies.   Its location makes it a sought after area for most business needs and offers an enviable retail  and social environment for staff.    The immediate area has much to offer now in terms of managed office space; flexible serviced offices; offices to let on terms that are more traditional and state of the art virtual offices.  It is also subject to ongoing development and the opportunities that this offers.  For help in securing the most competitively priced deal on office space to rent in Wolverhampton or commercial offices in this prime West Midlands location, in the first instance please contact your local commercial property expert http://www.freeofficesearch.co.uk or telephone us free on 0800 0710 710.



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