News published June 2022

Brand-new work and skills strategy to help everyone in Manchester succeed

A brand-new work and skills strategy for the city to help ensure that everyone living in Manchester, regardless of their age or background, reaches their full potential in life and work and can share in the city's success, has been approved this week by the council's Executive.

Businesses urged to apply for final £9m in Covid rate relief funding as deadline approaches

The deadline to apply for the the Covid-19 Additional Rate Relief package is fast approaching – and businesses are urged to find out if they are eligible to receive up to 100% rate relief.

Council Leader responds to the Census

Council statement following the publication of the initial data for the 2021 Census.

Councillors brave new heights in support of the We Love MCR charity

Councillors will be trading in political battles for a physical one as they embark on challenge to conquer the Three Peaks of Yorkshire.

Our journey to zero carbon…

We've spent £83m since 2005 to bring our Council homes up to low carbon standards.

Get set for a festival of football this summer in Manchester

UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 unveils Fan Festival schedule taking place in each Host City 

Deansgate sees interim changes to improve safety and maintain cyclist and pedestrian access

The next steps are being taken by the Council to keep in place measures that will further reduce the amount of traffic in Deansgate.

Manchester Council to acquire Wythenshawe shopping centre from St. Modwen

The Council is making a strategic acquisition in the heart of Wythenshawe town centre that consolidates its wider land ownership to explore options around investment and regeneration.

Council leader welcomes global survey as Manchester breaks into top 30 best cities

Manchester has rocketed up the list of the best cities in the world to live in an annual report by The Economist.

Garden Party to celebrate Pride month and opening of Derek Jarman Pocket Park at Manchester Art Gallery

Manchester Art Gallery is the venue this week for a special garden party to mark both Pride month and the official opening of its brand-new Derek Jarman Pocket Park.

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