Abraham Moss Library and Leisure Centre reopened on 12 August, following the completion of its multi-million investment from Manchester City Council.
Manchester City Council has made a commitment to be a place where people facing persecution in their home country can find welcome and refuge.
Now schools can help youngsters from nursery onwards AND their families at same time, in bid to address Covid gaps and reduce inequality in Manchester
Intensive support plan targeted at schools in areas of high deprivation, to help early years learning for pupils with delayed skills development, so they don’t get left behind.
Refugee Week statement
Moston Lane and Withington high street will share around £2.8m funding for projects to improve the district centres through new high quality green public spaces, amongst wider regeneration investment.
Today (Wednesday 15 February) a new piece of street art, that will form part of a wider art project in the area, was unveiled in Levenshulme.
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,
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.
Proposals outlining significant investment plans in and around Gorton District Centre are now out for consultation (Fri 9 December).
The first group of organisations will begin serving local people next week (Tuesday 15 November) as the new community, integrated health and learning hub is completed.
Local people and businesses are invited to give their feedback about proposals to transform Wythenshawe Town Centre.
Manchester City Council completed the acquisition of Wythenshawe town centre from St.Modwen marking the beginning of a major regeneration programme for the site.
A trial six-month closure of the streets surrounding Cutting Room Square is set to be trialled, beginning this week (Friday 26 August).
Manchester is showing its solidarity with the people of Ukraine by celebrating their Independence Day with a host of events – as well as lighting up buildings in the city centre.
Manchester City Council, in collaboration with local communities and youth groups, are organising events to celebrate South Asian communities and the contribution they have made to Manchester.
Visitors to Philips Park Cemetery in north Manchester will be able to step back in time thanks to the historical sleuth work of the Friends of Philips Park Cemetery.
Manchester has rocketed up the list of the best cities in the world to live in an annual report by The Economist.
Sunday 22 May will see Manchester mark the fifth anniversary of the 2017 terror attack with various tributes and reflections.
Council Leader Cllr Bev Craig has reflected on her first 100 days in the post after passing the milestone.
The benefits to public health in Manchester of tackling climate change – and the risks if it is not addressed – are set out in a new report to the Council’s health scrutiny committee.
The This City housing development company – wholly owned by Manchester City Council - has formally launched today (Friday 4 February) to accelerate the number of new homes for Manchester people.
An independent review of Manchester City Council has described it is a “first class council” with strong leadership and effective partnerships.
Young people in Gorton have been invited to ceremonially sign the steel structure of the Gorton Hub project to celebrate the development at a key milestone.
The annual report provides an in-depth analysis on Manchester’s progress in line with the ambitions set out in the Our Manchester Strategy.
Manchester City Council to provide fully accessible toilet at this year's Christmas Markets.
VICTORIA NORTH: Planning application submitted for first phase of £51.6m HIF investment which will allow the delivery of 5,500 homes in new sustainable neighbourhood
A new planning application has been submitted by the Council that will begin the process of making the Red Bank neighbourhood ready for development, bringing brownfield land back into use.
The Be Proud Awards are a celebration of the extraordinary volunteers and local champions that help to make a difference in our communities and are a true asset to the city.
The Council’s executive committee are expected to agree £1m that will secure the future of the historic Withington Baths at a meeting next week (Weds 17 Nov).
The first phase of an international design competition to create a world class space in the area centred around Piccadilly Gardens begins today (Friday 29 October 2021).
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.
Manchester City Council's commitment to continue its support for the Manchester Armed Forces Covenant was outlined in a report to the Executive today ( Wednesday 30 June).