Improvements are coming for 19 city centre locations where vehicular access is controlled through bollards.
Joanne Roney OBE has been named the Local Authority Chief Executive of the Year at the annual MJ (Municipal Journal) Awards 2021.
Barriers are being installed along the underside of the Mancunian Way to prevent persistent dangerous parking.
A final plan is to be drawn up on the permanent future of the Levenshulme and Burnage Active Travel Neighbourhood.
Deputy Leader of Manchester City Council responds to arson attack on Didsbury Mosque.
The efforts and dedication of staff and volunteers working at Philips Park Cemetery have been recognised after it was named the best in the country.
Statement from Councillor Richard Leese, Leader of Manchester City Council:
Council commits to creating a fairer city where residents can all benefit from the city’s success
300 homes in Newton Heath and Blackley will receive a range of sustainability improvements to save 750 tonnes of carbon a year – while slashing running costs for residents.
Residents will benefit from greater access to Manchester libraries from 6 September 2021 as library services return to pre-covid opening hours.
Hundreds of fake Chanel and Louis Vuitton handbags were seized as part of Manchester City Council’s ongoing efforts to stamp out counterfeit crime.
Half a million pounds is to be spent improving safety and traffic efficiency at 20 Manchester pedestrian crossings.
A Salford man has been ordered to pay £1,253 by a magistrate for fly tipping rubbish in Harpurhey last year from a vehicle he had hired.
Government legislation is set to bring in new guidelines around care home staff and Covid-19 vaccinations.
Mancunians were queuing up today to add their own thanks to a special Manchester Love Letters wall, as the city said 'thank-you' in true Manchester style with a free festival of fun for all.
Mancunians turned out in force today for day one of the Thank You Manchester weekender - a free festival of fun to bring laughter back to the city's streets and squares, and to help the city say a massive thank you to all those who have helped it get through the last 18 months.
After a year of lockdowns, restrictions, the city says “Thank You Manchester” this weekend with a one-off fun-filled festival for the whole family – including the Manchester Love Letters.
The LGBT Foundation, Manchester Pride and George House Trust met with council representatives at the Town Hall yesterday, Thursday 12 August.
More than 5,700 16-year-olds at 31 secondary schools in Manchester collected their GCSE exam results today.
Students at schools across Manchester have received their A level and BTEC results today after an academic year like no other - disrupted by lockdowns and sometimes repeated periods of isolation for some students, and for others against a backdrop of family illness and bereavement.
Manchester will be saying a big thank you this weekend to everyone for helping and supporting each other during the pandemic with a fabulous festival of free entertainment.
The Grade II listed Rates Hall in Manchester city centre has been brought into the fight against Covid-19.
Manchester will pay tribute to the lives lost and the lasting impact the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki 76 years on.
A graduate scheme looking to boost the prospects of university leavers and support Manchester start ups is to be launched.
As the city centre returns to a normality not seen for 18 months, Manchester City Council has a clear message to visitors coming into the city - littering is not acceptable.
We’d rather share the vaccine supply, not the Covid virus, says Manchester’s health bosses ahead of key festival dates
Three day-window now for young Mancs to come forward for Pfizer jab – AND they can bring friends, family and visitors who are also eligible for it.
Sir Richard Leese responds following the death of Lord Smith today.
Manchester City Council has announced plans to launch an international design competition to create a world class space in the area centred around Piccadilly Gardens.
More than seven thousand copies of the same book have been given away free to Manchester youngsters in their final year of primary school to help prepare them for starting high school in September and keep them reading over summer.
Sir Richard Leese reacts to the news of the death of Bolton Council Leader this evening (Thurs 29 July)