The final stage of the landmark Manchester to Chorlton Walking and Cycleway scheme is set to begin.
Manchester City Council is to set out a bold and ambitious strategy which seeks to dramatically increase the number of people using Active Travel across Manchester.
MSV Housing’s new ‘HAPPI’ development in South Manchester was launched today by Councillor Bev Craig, Councillor Gavin White and the Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham,
A jobs fair takes place this week on Tuesday 24 January at Manchester Central Library for anyone looking to make a career in either the Armed Forces or the Emergency Services.
Manchester will be celebrating the Year of the Rabbit this weekend with the return of its legendary Dragon Parade after a two-year absence due to the pandemic.
The city of Manchester will mark Holocaust Memorial Day by lighting up the Tower of Light and by hosting an event in Central Library.
A new masterplan that will help guide future development in the heart of Gorton – including new shops, public realm and affordable housing – is set to be agreed at a meeting of the Council’s executive
Long term development plan for sustainable “Wythenshawe Civic” centre announced following public consultation
A report detailing ‘once in a generation’ development proposals over the next decade in Wythenshawe will be heard by the Council’s executive, including new public square and housing.
Following a joint application an adjournment has been granted for the ongoing trial.
A Takeaway in Northenden has been ordered to pay £9,000 after failing to supply the Council with waste transfer notes.
A Manchester trader who stashed thousands of illegal cigarettes in a car boot has been sentenced following his day in court.
A consultation has opened this week on revised Council Tax increase proposals.
Transformation of the Brunswick neighbourhood in Manchester is now nine years into its 25-year masterplan, as the consortium behind the £106m programme celebrates this major milestone.
A scheme using £17.5m of Levelling Up funding to transform two historic Manchester city centre buildings into a modern hub for growing media and tech firms has taken a significant step forward.
Start the New Year the right way by learning new skills through the Manchester Adult Education Service.
A six-week consultation is now open (Weds 4 January 2023) asking for feedback from residents and local businesses and other stakeholders about the regeneration plans for the former Central Retail Park.
The event space in Piccadilly Gardens will host the official countdown to 2023 in Manchester.
Manchester Christmas Markets close this week after bumper year sees crowds of visitors back to pre-Covid levels
Manchester Christmas Markets come to a close this week on Thursday as the city celebrates a bumper year of festive trading with crowds back up to pre-Covid levels.
Manchester City Council is encouraging residents to find out when their bins collections will take place over the festive period and to make a concerted effort to recycle as much as possible.
Fans of all things vintage and retro can celebrate all their Christmases at once if they hot-foot it down to Manchester Christmas Markets before they close this week to grab a gluhwein or hot chocolate - as it will be served in a vintage mug from Christmases past after all this year's 2022 mugs sold out.
Nominations now open for annual awards celebrating Manchester’s talented young people and their achievements.
The Laurus Trust has been appointed to run a brand-new primary school in the heart of Manchester that will be the first new primary school to open in the city centre in almost twenty years.
Hundreds of dangerous goods taken off shelves as Manchester City Council slaps company with a hefty fine
A company which sold a range of dangerous and unsafe products has been handed a financial penalty of close to £15,000.
As 2022 draws to a close Manchester is making an early New Year's resolution to continue to do everything it can to realise its ambitions for the city's children and young people.
Following an announcement made earlier this year a date has been set for one lane of Stevenson Square being reopened for bus traffic.
With less than a month to go until Christmas, parks across Manchester are hosting free Christmas-themed trails and craft sessions throughout December for the whole family to enjoy.
Kenworthy Woods in south Manchester has been declared a Local Nature Reserve (LNR) following approval at Manchester City Council's Executive Committee today ( Wednesday 14 December).
Run by young people for young people, Manchester Youth Council celebrated their 10 –year anniversary earlier this week with a ceremony in the city centre.
Thousands flocked to Santa's favourite city today for Manchester's first-ever Christmas Parade which was heralded the heart-warming event of the season and a brilliant success.
Details of temporary road closures, changes to Metrolink timetables, and on-street parking have been announced ahead of this weekend's first-ever Manchester Christmas Parade, which takes place this Sunday 11 December at 1 pm.