News published March 2015
New measures are about to be installed to improve cycling facilities along a stretch of one of the busiest bike routes in the North West.
Flowers have been planted in Piccadilly Gardens as part of a plan to plant one million bulbs across the city.
JOINT STATEMENT BY MANCHESTER CITY COUNCIL AND MMU
Manchester’s flagship park – along with the iconic Heaton Hall – has received major improvement works that will help maintain one of the city’s best loved green spaces.
Manchester’s waste collection and street cleaning services are to be awarded to a contractor as part of a strategy to improve the cleanliness of the city’s streets.
Manchester schools are to begin generating their own electricity using solar power.
Albert Square has been named as Manchester’s Rugby World Cup 2015 Official Fanzone.
Greater Manchester’s ambition to become a top worldwide digital city region has taken a major step forward with the rollout of free wifi to trams, over 200 buildings and improved on-street coverage.
A trader caught illegally selling items on the street has been ordered to forfeit nearly 1,000 items of stock and to pay £565.
Manchester's mayor has issued a citywide challenge - for every person, business or organisation to be more aware of older people's needs.