The planning application to completely re-develop the former Chorlton Leisure site as an affordable later living housing scheme has been approved by the planning committee today (Thurs 31 Aug).
The first tranche of 69 low carbon homes for social rent on Silk Street in Newton Heath have been completed and passed to the first new residents.
Council to approve final funding to deliver landmark £60m energy efficiency and decent homes programme
A report going to a meeting of the full Council seeks approval for the final funding to deliver the largest sustainable homes investment programme in the city’s history over the next 2years.
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.
Land transfer of former Chorlton Leisure Centre to housing provider to build low carbon older persons’ affordable homes
The Council’s executive will be asked to approve the disposal of the former Chorlton Leisure Centre site to be used for affordable housing at a meeting of the executive next week (Weds 15 Feb).
Building works in Newton Heath to deliver 69 zero and low carbon social homes on Council-owned land on Silk Street has reached its highest point - whilst some of the new homes near completion.
A new biodiversity strategy setting out the steps the city must take to conserve, protect and enhance its biodiversity for generations to come will be considered by councillors this week.
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.
We've spent £83m since 2005 to bring our Council homes up to low carbon standards.
The majority of works to cut climate change-causing carbon emissions from council-owned buildings under a £19m scheme have now been completed.
Work has started on site to build 69 low-carbon new social homes on Silk Street, Newton Heath.
Two zero carbon social properties – the first of their kind in the UK – have been completed and passed over to the first residents as part of a wider 22 low carbon housing development.
A planning application has gone in for new social housing on Silk Street, Newton Heath, bringing a long-term brownfield site back into use.