The opening of the new link road, Sunny Lowry Road, has marked a momentous milestone in the continuing regeneration at the Beswick community hub in east Manchester.
A sculpture by renowned international contemporary artist Ryan Gander has been unveiled as part of the Beswick community hub.
North Manchester is set to embrace the Christmas spirit on Saturday 22 November when its Christmas lights will illuminate the range of shops along Moston Lane.
Manchester has been named City of the Year in the inaugural Estates Gazette/MIPIM UK Awards for its success in delivering major regeneration projects and attracting international investment.
Residents in Crumpsall and Cheetham Hill have welcomed the opening of a new nursery block at the Abraham Moss Centre.
A talented young business brain from Northern Moor has won a nationwide competition - scooping a cool £10,000 to help start up his new enterprise.
The Bishop of Manchester will lead a short service at 10am on Monday 6 October to mark the relocation of the city’s Cenotaph.
The Manchester City Council-managed Corridor Growth Fund (CGF) has made two further awards.
Members of Manchester City Council’s Executive will be asked to approve its strategy for bringing London Road Fire Station back into use when they meet on Wednesday 1 October.
A new report sets out how a co-ordinated three-year programme of works known as Grow will help the city centre to flourish for years to come.
Core Cities, the group of large British cities outside London, has expanded its membership beyond England for the first time in its history.
A strengthened alliance between the council and the Homes & Communities Agency will provide a major stimulus to residential development in the city.
After a tense final, nine year old Josephine Olaniyi beat off the competition to take the “Parallel Blackjack” title at an art workshop with international contemporary artist, Ryan Gander.
Manchester council will work with some of the city’s registered housing providers to use unused, spare land – or infill sites – for high quality new housing.
The contract for a new joint venture company – Matrix Homes – has been signed this week that will drive Manchester’s pioneering housing investment model in a first-of-its-kind partnership.
Major plans to develop Belle Vue into a world class sport and leisure destination have progressed as new proposals for the Belle Vue Sports Village are agreed by Manchester City Council.
The name for the UK’s newest drama production hub based in Manchester has been announced. The 360,000 sq ft site is to be called The Space Project reflecting the amount of space on offer, which will include 55,000 sq ft of dedicated studio space split into five purpose built, sound-proofed production stages.
Manchester City Council has signed a contract to agree S4B as the chosen consortium to deliver the 25-year regeneration plans in Brunswick – confirming the long awaited transformation of the area.
Two students who created a logo for Northenden Village have gained plaudits from top creatives - and are now set to make their mark on the graphic design industry.
Manchester City Council has welcomed new evidence published by the Government today setting out the case for HS2.
Major works are underway on a £90m scheme to transform First Street North, one of Manchester’s most significant regeneration sites.
Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) has endorsed a refreshed and refocused strategy to ensure that the city region’s economy grows – and all of its residents benefit.
Manchester has been chosen to benefit from a €700k funding pot that will link a network of European cities looking at new ways of financing future regeneration projects.
A report to Manchester City Council’s Executive on 25 July sets out the progress made in developing a home for the organisation formed from the recently-merged Cornerhouse and Library Theatre Company.
Central Government has given the crucial go-ahead for a massive regeneration project for Brunswick, moving forward a £113 million plan that will transform the inner city neighbourhood.
Manchester City Council has submitted a bid for up to £12 million of government funding to become a ‘superconnected city.’