A brand new website that will make finding a new home quicker and easier than ever before has been launched by Manchester City Council in partnership with the city’s major housing providers.
A cluster of run-down, boarded-up properties in East Manchester will be given an overhaul in a new strategy to bring empty homes back in to use in the city.
A housing investment model born in Manchester using pension fund money has now been endorsed in a national report by the Future Homes Commission.
Manchester City Council has welcomed the government's confirmation of more than £25m to fund home improvements in Collyhurst and West Gorton.
Manchester residents are being invited to slash hundreds of pounds off their heating bills this winter by applying for free or discounted insulation.
Looters who took part in last week’s riots in Manchester city centre are being warned that their punishments won’t end with criminal sentences.
Artwork inspired by methods of making the city’s homes more environmentally friendly is going on display.
A London based landlord, with a property in Harpurhey, has been fined over £1300 for flouting laws that require her to obtain a licence.
A family who subjected their community to years of anti-social and criminal behaviour has been evicted from their home after losing a legal fight at the Supreme Court.
A man who made his neighbours' lives a misery for two years has been evicted this week following action by Manchester City Council in partnership with Adactus Housing Association.
For the first time in 24 years Manchester City Council is set to build new council homes costing £3.5 million after winning a national social housing competition.
Five east Manchester housing schemes are earmarked for a share of a £25 million grant from a Government scheme aimed at re-starting stalled developments that have been affected by the recession.
The rent increase for more than 17,000 tenants of Manchester City Council homes will be cut by almost half thanks to extra help from the Government.
The Minister for Housing and Planning, Caroline Flint, today announced that Greater Manchester has been selected as a Housing Growth Point.
Thousands of pounds worth of home improvements can now start on each of 4,250 former Manchester council homes after they switched ownership to a new not-for-profit landlord.
Thirty-two-year-old Jacqueline McKew of Meadow Walk, Bredbury, has had her tenancy ended after court action by Manchester City Council.
Thousands of council tenants in East Manchester will benefit from major improvements to their homes after a vote in favour of transferring to Eastlands Homes.
Around 5,300 council tenants are being encouraged to have their say in the ballot on the proposed transfer to not-for-profit organisation Eastland Homes.
Manchester residents are being given the chance to name new streets on the site of Manchester City FC's former Maine Road stadium.
Local residents were invited to a view and comment on a display of the outline proposals put forward by three private partnerships bidding for the £100 million regeneration scheme for Brunswick.
Improvements to 6,000 Council homes in south Manchester costing more than £100 million began yesterday (26 November 2007) as a housing trust took over their management from Manchester City Council.
Stockport overspill estate tenants voted Yes to transferring their homes to a new landlord.
Tenant representatives and Councillors have chosen Eastlands Homes as the new proposed landlord to own and manage council homes in Rusholme, Longsight, Gorton North and South, Ardwick and Levenshulme.
Council tenants in Fallowfield, Hulme, Moss Side, and Whalley Range, will share a £92 million home-improvement package.
The detailed plans for Gorton Monastery Village in Gorton, east Manchester have been approved by Manchester City Council, giving the go-ahead for work to start on site.