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.
We've spent £83m since 2005 to bring our Council homes up to low carbon standards.
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.
Work has started on site to build 69 low-carbon new social homes on Silk Street, Newton Heath.