Homeless families are set to benefit from a groundbreaking service that gives them access to employment support and homes so they can move out of temporary accommodation and into their own homes.
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).
A report to the Council’s Environment and Climate Change Scrutiny Committee (Thurs 8 Sept) sets out the Council’s commitment to retrofitting the city’s housing to low carbon standard.
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.
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.
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.
Act now and get advice early, that is the message that Manchester City Council wants to highlight to residents who are having trouble paying rent or having tenancy-related issues this winter.