A report outlining the intention to establish a new housing company that will accelerate the delivery of affordable housing in the city will be considered by the Council’s executive committee.
Exclusive new star-studded footage to be broadcast Sunday 31 May 6:00 pm on MIF LIVE
The public are being asked to play their part in keeping the city centre clear and safe.
Thousands of residents from across the city-region threw open their windows and took to their doorsteps and balconies to join Together in One Voice, a joyous mass singalong on Thursday 28 May at 7.30pm, supported by a host of top musical talent.
Thomas Street will be made traffic-free seven days per week from this weekend, as part of a plan to make social distancing easier in Manchester city centre.
Faces from the world of entertainment have added their support to Together In One Voice, a mass doorstep singalong taking place tonight (28 May), ahead of what is likely the last clap for carers.
Temporary footway widening schemes are being carried out at more district centres in Manchester, to support the city’s economy by enabling social distancing.
The Government has made an additional £5.4m discretionary grant funding available to small businesses in Manchester that will help organisations that were ineligible for the initial grant schemes.
Liam Gallagher, Take That, James, Emeli Sande, Mike Pickering, Tom Walker, The Courteeners, Denise Johnson, Aitch amongst stars supporting Together In One Voice
This year's Foster Care Fortnight might be nearly over but the year round search to find new foster carers to look after some of Manchester's most vulnerable children and young people is still very much on.
Manchester City Council has launched a new initiative to help vulnerable residents to use digital technology during the coronavirus pandemic.
Further details have been released about the proposed memorial commemorating the 22 May 2017 terror attack ahead of the third anniversary of the event being marked.
The temporary pedestrianisation of part of Deansgate will come into effect this weekend, creating a new shared space for pedestrians and people on bikes between Blackfriars Street and King Street West
More than 100 Council staff, along with an army of volunteers, charitable organisations and businesses have worked tirelessly to deliver food support packs, now totalling more than 30,000 deliveries.
Greater Manchester residents invited to join mass sing-a-long from their doorsteps for ‘Together in One Voice'
On 28 May the streets of Greater Manchester will be full of song as residents join together to create one of the largest community led choirs in the world - broadcast live to audiences via YouTube.
A fund of £200,000 is being made available to carers in Manchester who need additional support as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sir Richard Leese's statement following the announcement last night that lockdown restrictions will be changed this week.
To mark 75 years since the end of The Second World War in Europe, people across Manchester will be asked to come together to raise a glass to celebrate peace in Europe.
Council stands behind Building Safety Pledge that urges Grenfell fire safety works continue during pandemic
Manchester City Council have signed the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government’s (MHCLG) Building Safety Pledge.
Louise Wyman has been confirmed as Manchester’s new Strategic Director, taking up the mantle from Eddie Smith following his retirement from the City Council after 20 years of service to the city.
Manchester City Council will be collecting garden and food waste recycling bins from households again from Monday 11 May.
Loans of e-books and e-audiobooks in Manchester are booming, thanks to a free online service offered to the public by the city’s library service.
A report to Manchester City Council's Executive (which meets on Weds 6 May) sets out the next steps which will guide the city's recovery from impacts of the coronavirus pandemic and lockdown.
The city-wide crisis response to the coronavirus outbreak has been detailed in a report going to the Council’s executive next week (Weds 6 May).
As thousands of care staff in Manchester work tirelessly to protect the most vulnerable members of our community, tonight Manchester’s Councillor Bev Craig will ask the city to say a special thank you
A section of Deansgate is set to be temporarily closed to traffic, as part of a bid to make more space for people to walk in the city and help the economy recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
'We're still here for you' - that's the message from Manchester's medics who are calling on the city's residents not to ignore any signs of illness - especially around heart, cancer, stroke or concern
Take the 10-week challenge, get creative, and celebrate the spirit of Manchester libraries at home
A weekly newsletter has launched to round up some of Manchester’s best free activities for residents to take part in without leaving the house.
Home-schooling might be the order of the day right now, but parents of youngsters across the city who are due to start school for the first time this September are being reminded not to forget to formally accept their offer of a school place.