Manchester City Council is creating a new team to clamp down on fly-tipping offences and help make Manchester a cleaner city.
Manchester City Council is working in partnership with the Business Growth Hub, part of Manchester Growth Company, to help businesses in the local area that have been affected by the recent floods.
Council leader Sir Richard Leese is travelling to Paris for the UN Climate Change Conference, to highlight the important role that cities will play in tackling the issue.
Nearly 2,900 people who have been caught dropping litter in Manchester city centre have been issued with on the spot fines a year on from the start of a major crackdown.
Shoppers will be given the chance to win prizes by answering questions about what they recycle at a series of events.
Community groups and individuals are invited to make a real difference in their local area with the help of a new neighbourhood fund.
A series of innovative floating islands are taking shape in a Manchester lake as part of plans to clean up the city’s green spaces, paid for by an airport windfall.
Plans have been announced setting out how Manchester City Council will reduce its carbon emissions and contribute to citywide climate change action over the next three years.
Manchester City Council welcomes plans to clean up former landfill sites which have lain derelict for decades and transform them into usable land that will benefit residents.