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.
Construction work to transform an area of Beswick into a world class sport and community hub reached its first milestone as project leaders celebrated the topping out of the Connell Sixth Form College
East Manchester schools have chosen Sunny Lowry, the first woman to swim the channel, to be immortalised in the name of a new road.
Leaders from the UK’s ten largest cities outside of London have presented a signed declaration to the Prime Minister calling for the fast delivery of High Speed 2.
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.
Manchester start-up business Ruk-bug has been successful in securing a £250,000 loan from The Greater Manchester Investment Fund.
Major works are underway on a £90m scheme to transform First Street North, one of Manchester’s most significant regeneration sites.
Major construction services company ISG has be chosen to deliver the development of the Belle Vue Sports Village in East Manchester, transforming the area into a centre of sport and leisure excellence
Manchester City Council is to establish a holding company to help support the growth and development of strategic digital sites, creating new employment and business opportunities in the city.
The council has set out a strategy to accelerate home building, in response to a projected surge in population.
A cluster of empty homes in East Manchester is being brought back into use – and the search for new owners has begun.
The Sharp Project, Manchester’s digital content production complex, now has a purpose-built suite of four fully sound-proofed studios, believed to be the only dedicated green screen suite in the UK.
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.
Manchester City Council’s Executive will be asked to endorse a masterplan for a £40 million ‘community campus’ in east Manchester when it meets on Wednesday 21 November.
Wythenshawe Hall, which has been closed for a year, is set to open for a series of weekends after overwhelming support from a newly-formed friends group.
People in east Manchester are being invited to help shape proposals for a 16-acre ‘community campus' which will create new leisure, education and employment opportunities.
Football legends Mike Summerbee and Tony Book will fix a sign in place on 13 September on a road – which is to be covered in blue tarmac as a tribute to Manchester City’s former home in Moss Side.
Plans for a major expansion to The Sharp Project, which will see hundreds of new jobs created and a cutting-edge global technology company establish its European headquarters there, have been unveiled.
A proposed masterplan for a ‘community campus' in East Manchester - creating sports and leisure facilities, educational opportunities and jobs – will be considered by senior councillors next week.
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.
A woman with a rare disease which means she can’t control how she moves has beaten the odds by learning how to swim again.
The winners of an international design competition for leading architects to come up with plans to transform St Peter's Square into a world-class space have been announced by Manchester City Council. A design team led by German landscape architect Latz + Partner have been selected to make their vision a reality.
Manchester City Council has submitted a bid for up to £12 million of government funding to become a ‘superconnected city.’
Plans for a new £4.5 million football stadium in North Manchester with facilities which will benefit the wider community are moving forwards.