Manchester City Council has been delivering externally funded regeneration programmes across the City for a number of years. During the 1990s, these programmes were focused on specific areas of the City that qualified for UK Government (Single Regeneration Budget) and European Commission regeneration funding from the European Regional Development Fund and European Social Fund. These programmes operated in various areas across the city and focused on:
- Moss Side & Hulme
- North Manchester (Harpurhey and Lightbowne),
- Cheetham & Broughton (a joint programme delivered in Partnership with Salford City Council),
- Longight, Ardwick and the A6 Corridor, and
- Eastside (Ancoats, Miles Platting and the Northern Quarter).
The evaluation of regeneration programmes is an important tool in learning lessons, sharing best practice and helping to inform the shape, scope and focus of future programmes. Evaluations of past programmes delivered across Manchester will soon be available to download from this site.