News published March 2023
From craft markets to Easter egg hunts, there is a jam-packed programme of events over the Easter holidays in Manchester’s parks- perfect for the whole family.
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.
The Council’s executive will be asked to approve the Strategic Regeneration Framework (SRF) for the former retail site at a meeting last week (Weds 22 March).
From Street Parties, to volunteering days and lunches there are a number of ways that Mancunians can mark the coronation of His Majesty The King and Her Majesty The Queen Consort’s Coronation plans th
A major new independent review has been announced into Manchester’s grassroots music venues and how the Council and its partners can better support and champion them.
Grants totalling £939,982 over the next three years have been awarded by the city council to twelve different arts organisations in Manchester that between them deliver an extensive range of cultural activities and opportunities both for local people and wider arts audiences.
A delegation from the project to protect the Houses of Parliament for future generations has visited Manchester Town Hall today (Friday 17 March) to gain insight into how it is tackling a similar task
Moston Lane and Withington high street will share around £2.8m funding for projects to improve the district centres through new high quality green public spaces, amongst wider regeneration investment.
Our statement from leader, Cllr Bev Craig.
VICTORIA NORTH | JV reaffirms commitment to Collyhurst regeneration with masterplanning team appointment
The next steps for the once in a generation transformation of Collyhurst Village and South Collyhurst have been set out.