A brand-new work and skills strategy for the city to help ensure that everyone living in Manchester, regardless of their age or background, reaches their full potential in life and work and can share in the city's success, has been approved this week by the council's Executive.
The deadline to apply for the the Covid-19 Additional Rate Relief package is fast approaching – and businesses are urged to find out if they are eligible to receive up to 100% rate relief.
Council statement following the publication of the initial data for the 2021 Census.
Councillors will be trading in political battles for a physical one as they embark on challenge to conquer the Three Peaks of Yorkshire.
We've spent £83m since 2005 to bring our Council homes up to low carbon standards.
UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 unveils Fan Festival schedule taking place in each Host City
The next steps are being taken by the Council to keep in place measures that will further reduce the amount of traffic in Deansgate.
The Council is making a strategic acquisition in the heart of Wythenshawe town centre that consolidates its wider land ownership to explore options around investment and regeneration.
Manchester has rocketed up the list of the best cities in the world to live in an annual report by The Economist.
Garden Party to celebrate Pride month and opening of Derek Jarman Pocket Park at Manchester Art Gallery
Manchester Art Gallery is the venue this week for a special garden party to mark both Pride month and the official opening of its brand-new Derek Jarman Pocket Park.
Results from the most recent consultation on the Levenshulme and Burnage Active Travel Neighbourhood have found a large majority of residents support the project.
Thousands of people descended on Manchester on Sunday (19 June) to help the city celebrate Manchester Day - and the city's children and young people had a very special part to play.
Plans for a new attraction in Manchester Town Hall telling the story of the iconic building and showcasing some of its civic treasures have taken a big step forward.
Manchester will pay tribute to the outstanding contribution of the nation’s Armed Forces this week.
Thousands of people lined the streets of Manchester today to welcome back the city's legendary Manchester Day parade after a two year absence due to Covid.
Manchester City Council and Greater Manchester Combined Authority are calling on the Government to urgently rethink flawed plans for the city’s new HS2 overground station in Manchester as MPs prepare to consider them in Parliament on Monday 20 June.
With Manchester Day now just around the corner we've done some number crunching to bring you all the facts and figures behind Manchester's favourite day of the year.
Council to seek a new developer and operator of UK's first purpose-built LGBTQ+ majority Extra Care housing scheme
The Council will begin the process to bring a new housing provider with extra care experience on board to deliver the new LGBTQ+ majority Extra Care housing project in Whalley Range, south Manchester.
This weekend sees the return of Manchester Day and its now legendary Parade. Motorists should be advised that roads in the city centre will be subject to closure during the day of Sunday, 19 June.
Council outlines impact of Selective landlord licensing as consultation on further schemes are announced
The positive impact of Selective Licensing in Crumpsall has been outlined in a report going to Economy Scrutiny Committee (Thurs 23 June) as proposed new licensing areas across the city are announced.
With this year's Manchester Day (Sunday 19 June) now only days away, the full programme for the day - including some of the highlights from the spectacular parade that will wind its way in a riot of music, colour and dance through the city centre - can now be revealed.
The City Council has launched a new housing strategy that will deliver the homes that Manchester people need over the next decade – creating diverse, sustainable and long-lasting communities.
Manchester Day is back! On Sunday 19 June young people from across the city will host an epic day of sounds, moves, and more in Piccadilly Gardens - all created by young people, for young people.
The yearly celebration of Manchester’s libraries is back, for its second year, with approximately 100 free events across Greater Manchester that will take place from 15 June to 19 June.
This summer’s unmissable family day out- Manchester Day- will return to the streets on Sunday 19 June. This year is the eleventh parade and green issues remain at the core of the event.
The new Manchester Living Rent has been launched as a way to increase the homes that all Manchester people can afford.
The Manchester Culture Awards are officially back for 2022, with nominations opening this week as the city once again gears up to celebrate the stand-out cultural and creative highlights of the last year.
With Manchester Day just around the corner, the official countdown is on as artists and groups start creating this year’s incredible artworks at a series of special workshops.
Funding win for £6m scheme to cut carbon emissions from buildings including the National Football Museum
Manchester City Council has scored £4.9m in Government funding for further work to reduce carbon emissions from more council-owned buildings including the National Football Museum
Work is well underway as the construction of the new Abraham Moss Library and Leisure Centre takes shape in North Manchester.