News published May 2022
With Manchester Day just around the corner, the official countdown is on as artists and groups start creating this year’s incredible artworks at a series of special workshops.
Funding win for £6m scheme to cut carbon emissions from buildings including the National Football Museum
Manchester City Council has scored £4.9m in Government funding for further work to reduce carbon emissions from more council-owned buildings including the National Football Museum
Work is well underway as the construction of the new Abraham Moss Library and Leisure Centre takes shape in North Manchester.
Neil Fairlamb has been announced as the new Strategic Director of Neighbourhoods at Manchester City Council.
Over the Jubilee Weekend, 2 June until 5 June, Manchester City Council will be holding a packed schedule of events across the City Centre for all ages.
The first grant has been awarded from a special charity fund set up to help Ukrainians making new lives in Manchester after fleeing the war in their homeland.
As the return of the legendary Manchester Day on Sunday 19 June gets closer, preparations are underway to make sure the event - last held in 2019 - will be the best ever this year.
The latest plans for walking and cycling improvements in the city centre are to be laid out in a new consultation.
A consultation has started today (Friday 20 May) asking for views from local people and businesses about the Rodney Street housing development site.
Manchester is now amongst the top performing local authorities for services to children in the North West after being officially rated Good by Ofsted.