News published January 2023
MSV Housing’s new ‘HAPPI’ development in South Manchester was launched today by Councillor Bev Craig, Councillor Gavin White and the Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham,
A jobs fair takes place this week on Tuesday 24 January at Manchester Central Library for anyone looking to make a career in either the Armed Forces or the Emergency Services.
Manchester will be celebrating the Year of the Rabbit this weekend with the return of its legendary Dragon Parade after a two-year absence due to the pandemic.
The city of Manchester will mark Holocaust Memorial Day by lighting up the Tower of Light and by hosting an event in Central Library.
A new masterplan that will help guide future development in the heart of Gorton – including new shops, public realm and affordable housing – is set to be agreed at a meeting of the Council’s executive
Long term development plan for sustainable “Wythenshawe Civic” centre announced following public consultation
A report detailing ‘once in a generation’ development proposals over the next decade in Wythenshawe will be heard by the Council’s executive, including new public square and housing.
Following a joint application an adjournment has been granted for the ongoing trial.
A Manchester trader who stashed thousands of illegal cigarettes in a car boot has been sentenced following his day in court.
A consultation has opened this week on revised Council Tax increase proposals.
Transformation of the Brunswick neighbourhood in Manchester is now nine years into its 25-year masterplan, as the consortium behind the £106m programme celebrates this major milestone.