News published April 2014
A new Greater Manchester initiative is helping 5,000 benefits claimants, who have struggled to find work, through more integrated and intensive support.
The countdown has begun to European parliamentary and local elections on Thursday 22 May.
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.
Project leaders and partners came together on Thursday 10 April to mark the start of work on the brand new leisure centre at Hough End, south Manchester.
Manchester Art Gallery has attracted more than 500,000 visitors in a year for the first time.
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.
Areas of Manchester are to be transformed into wildlife havens or vibrant centres under new projects funded by an airport windfall.
Youngsters and teachers at three Whalley Range primaries are working with residents to improve south Manchester neighbourhoods – and the call has gone out for more schools to join them.
Manchester City Council’s Electoral Registration Officer has succeeded in a legal battle to help protect the privacy of people on the electoral register.
After a five year development, the Abraham Moss Centre is ready to re-establish its role at the heart of the Crumpsall and Cheetham communities, providing valuable services for North Manchester.