A design team has been appointed to develop plans to create a world class space in the area centred around Piccadilly Gardens.
The latest update report on the Our Town Hall project spells out the challenges it is continuing to face and the impacts these will have on its timescale and budget.
This City, the Council-owned housing development company, celebrates its first start-on-site as construction begins on 128 new low carbon homes in Ancoats.
A public consultation has opened Monday 26 June urging local people and businesses to have their say on the long-term vision for Moston Lane.
Construction underway for pioneering Ancoats Mobility Hub as part of third phase of neighbourhood regeneration
Work has started on site to build the UK’s first mobility hub, helping Ancoats to become a ‘people first’ neighbourhood that prioritises streets for people over cars and providing sustainable travel.
Work has commenced to transform three heritage railway arches in the city centre into a talent development centre for artists.
The Council’s executive will be asked to approve the Strategic Regeneration Framework (SRF) for the former retail site at a meeting last week (Weds 22 March).
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.
The Council’s plans to create a new ‘green heart of Ancoats’ is underway as a planning application is submitted as part of the final phase of the neighbourhood’s regeneration story.
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.
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 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.
Proposals outlining significant investment plans in and around Gorton District Centre are now out for consultation (Fri 9 December).
A report updating on the strategic redevelopment of the former Central Retail Park site will be heard next week (Weds 14 December) requesting approval for a new consultation to start in the New Year.
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.
A report detailing the initial phase of developments that will begin the Project 500 housing plan will be heard by the executive committee next week (Weds 16 November).
A new hub has opened at Red Bank – a site part of the Victoria North regeneration programme – that will help people with employment, training and digital access.
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.
Construction work has begun to deliver 274 low carbon new homes in Manchester’s Collyhurst neighbourhood – marking a key milestone in the city’s transformative Victoria North project.
Manchester’s planning committee has approved an application for 128 new homes in Ancoats – the first development by the Council’s This City housing company to be given the green light.
A site on Postal Street in Manchester’s Northern Quarter has been named as This City's next development site to increase the number of homes for Manchester people.
Plans to transform the Hough End site including improvements to the Leisure Centre and Playing Fields facilities have been approved by the Planning and Highways Committee today.
Local people and businesses have expressed their support for a public realm strategy for the next phase of development in Ancoats, helping to bring two decades of investment to completion.
VICTORIA NORTH – Plans submitted to transform brownfield land and unlock new homes and City River Park as next phase of Red Bank neighbourhood progresses
A new planning application has been submitted by the City Council to provide the critical infrastructure that will create the development platform for 5,500 new homes in Red Bank.
Almost £200m of funding has been put in place so far by the Council to help deliver on our ambitions to tackle climate change, it has been revealed.
Consultation begins around plans to enhance public space and sustainability in the Poland Street Area of Ancoats
Manchester City Council has launched a public consultation on the public realm strategy for the next priority area in the ongoing regeneration story of Ancoats – a 20 year programme of redevelopment.
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.
The Council is warning that a proposed new overground Manchester Piccadilly station to accommodate HS2 and improved northern rail links would squander some of the potential benefits of the project.
Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities Michael Gove inspected progress on Manchester’s exciting Mayfield development during a visit to the city.
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.
David Lynch has been named the new Director for Development & Estates as part of the Council’s Growth and Development team.
A new Council report highlighting how key developments in the city are benefitting the city’s residents and businesses shows that the city’s future continues to look bright despite the pandemic.
New plans outlining development proposals for Hough End Playing Fields have been drawn up and a public consultation asking residents for their opinions will be open from today (25th November 2021).
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 Council’s executive committee will be asked to endorse a transformation masterplan to guide the regeneration of the Grey Mare Lane Estate in east Manchester at a meeting on 17 November
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).
Manchester City Council has secured almost £20m of funding for a project to transform two dilapidated buildings and three railway arches into spaces for the tech and creative industries.
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).