Thousands of social housing tenants are set to receive transformational investment in their Council-owned homes through to 2025/2026.
700 more private sector homes will require a landlord licence from today (Tuesday 9 May) as Selective Licensing expands to five new schemes across four neighbourhoods.
Council outlines impact of Selective landlord licensing as consultation on further schemes are announced
The positive impact of Selective Licensing in Crumpsall has been outlined in a report going to Economy Scrutiny Committee (Thurs 23 June) as proposed new licensing areas across the city are announced.
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.
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.
Selective Licensing schemes are now live in areas of north and east Manchester to help improve standards for residents living in private rented sector (PRS) homes, covering more than 1,400 properties.
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.