A statement from Leader Elect Cllr Bev Craig.
The drive to administer booster jabs of the Covid-19 vaccine is well under way in Manchester.
The first ground will be broken today (Monday 25 October 2021) as work to transform Manchester’s Albert Square into a world class public space – increasing its size by around 20pc – gets underway.
Grayson Perry exhibition helps push Manchester Art Gallery visitor numbers back up to pre-pandemic levels
An exhibition curated by artist Grayson Perry as a spin-off of his TV show 'Grayson's Art Club' that the public took to their hearts during lockdown last year, has helped push visitor numbers at Manchester Art Gallery back up to pre-pandemic levels.
A brand new primary school in the city centre is a step closer to opening after the Council's Executive this week approved additional budget for the project.
Manchester City Council has reluctantly announced that the city’s eight council-organised bonfire and fireworks events will not take place this year.
For many the cancellation of last year’s Christmas Markets was made even more disappointing because of the loss of an especially important festive tradition – the ever-popular Christmas Market Mugs.
A dedicated advice helpline has been launched in Manchester to help support the ongoing push for vaccinations.
Game of Thrones fans will be reassured to know that Jon Snow has recently had his Covid jab.
Christmas is returning to Manchester! Piccadilly Gardens to become Winter Gardens following festive transformation
Piccadilly Gardens will take a star turn this festive season, becoming the hub for Christmas in Manchester – the UK’s one and only capital of Christmas.
Manchester’s new Tower of Light structure has been officially switched on - marking a milestone in the development of the city’s new Civic Quarter Heat Network.
A Council by-election will be held in Manchester's Chorlton ward on Thursday 18 November 2021.
A brand new exhibition at Manchester Central Library has opened to mark composer Fryderyk Chopin's one and only concert in Manchester.
Manchester will be raising Green Flags at two parks and four cemeteries today as it celebrates winning the internationally-recognised Green Flag Awards.
Manchester City Council will be conferring the Honorary Freedom of the City to the 209 (The Manchester Artillery) Battery, 103 Regiment Royal Artillery in recognition of their distinctive and eminent service at a ceremony in St Peter’s Square.
The latest stage of the planned improvement of walking and cycling provision in the city centre is to be presented to the public.
Libraries in Chorlton and Longsight are the latest Manchester libraries set to get a re-vamp as part of the council's ambitious £6m Libraries 2023 strategy.
Manchester City Council could buy its own solar farm under options to be discussed by councillors later this month.
Manchester City Council is calling on the Government to halt Universal credit changes which new analysis shows will cost people living in the city £60 MILLION a year.
Permission has been granted for the development of 69 low-carbon social homes on Silk Street, Newton Heath.
More than 80% of people surveyed at the recent Parklife festival were in favour of getting the Covid-19 vaccine.
Improvements are coming for 19 city centre locations where vehicular access is controlled through bollards.
Joanne Roney OBE has been named the Local Authority Chief Executive of the Year at the annual MJ (Municipal Journal) Awards 2021.
Barriers are being installed along the underside of the Mancunian Way to prevent persistent dangerous parking.
A final plan is to be drawn up on the permanent future of the Levenshulme and Burnage Active Travel Neighbourhood.
Deputy Leader of Manchester City Council responds to arson attack on Didsbury Mosque.
The efforts and dedication of staff and volunteers working at Philips Park Cemetery have been recognised after it was named the best in the country.
Statement from Councillor Richard Leese, Leader of Manchester City Council:
Council commits to creating a fairer city where residents can all benefit from the city’s success
300 homes in Newton Heath and Blackley will receive a range of sustainability improvements to save 750 tonnes of carbon a year – while slashing running costs for residents.