Following a period of review around all major events in the city, the Council can now confirm the events that will - and will not - be happening this year due to Covid-19.
A consultation is being launched on the first phase of a proposed scheme to improve road safety and air quality for Levenshulme and north Burnage.
A planning application for the memorial to those who lost their lives in the 22 May 2017 Manchester terror attack has been submitted today.
Lockdown measures are in place at two Manchester Metropolitan University residential halls.
Action has been taken against two Manchester venues which failed to uphold proper practices to stop the spread of Covid-19.
Proposals adding up to more than £1 billion of investment in Manchester will be considered by the Council’s planning committee when it meets this Thursday, 24 September 2020.
Five Greater Manchester local authorities have won funding for a clean energy project that will develop 10 renewable schemes - creating a blueprint for UK regions aiming for net zero carbon emissions.
A new updated transport strategy for Manchester city centre, setting out how walking, cycling and public transport trips will be prioritised over the coming decades, is open for public consultation.
Work to resurface Ashton Old Road is set to start on Monday, as part of a major project to improve the standard of three key routes into Manchester city centre.
Manchester, here’s how you can help: city’s public health lead on Covid testing and transmission rates
In a week where the national booking system for Covid tests has been overwhelmed by demand, it’s now even more important to reserve a slot only if you have symptoms of the virus, or you’ve been asked
A further round of consultation has begun on the Northern Gateway proposals for Collyhurst, before plans for the first phase of new housing development in the neighbourhood are drawn up.
A brand new free school due to be built on Hyde Road in Belle Vue Manchester will be run by Co-op.
The city council has sent a direct invitation to Culture Minister Caroline Dineage to come to Manchester and meet with culture leaders in the city to see for herself the scale of the problems still facing the sector, six months on from when they were forced to close their doors back in March.
A national litter-picking campaign is under way this month and there are plenty of ways to join in across Manchester.
The Great British September Clean - organised nationally by Keep Britain Tidy - is running until the end of the month, in place of this year's Great British Spring Clean.
Mancunians are once again being asked to do the right thing as efforts continue to bring the number of Covid-19 cases in the city down.
The phased reopening of Manchester’s libraries is set to continue, with 11 more facilities set to welcome visitors back from Monday 14 September.
A city bar and restaurant is to be closed after repeated breaches of Covid-19 guidelines.
Manchester City Council has praised the extensive plans which have been put in place to manage the safe return of students to the city in the context of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
The Council’s executive will be asked to approve consultation around extending Selective Licensing schemes to up to 12 new locations in the city - around 2,500 homes.
A draft regeneration plan for Withington Village that sets out the vision and development opportunities will be presented to a meeting of the executive ahead of full consultation on the proposals.
In a touching gesture to children who have recently lost loved ones, community group Friends of Phillips Park Cemetery have set up a permanent feature where children can visit to grieve.
A Manchester nightspot that flouted Covid-19 guidelines by operating as a nightclub has been stripped of its licence.
In a monumental effort, more than 20,000 books have been gifted to help keep children reading during the summer.
Manchester Art Gallery to open more days each week after fantastic visitor response to its re-opening
Manchester Art Gallery is set to increase the number of days it will open in order to meet visitor demand after welcoming more than a thousand people through its doors in its first week of re-opening.
A report detailing the city’s response to fire safety following the Grenfell tower fire will be heard by the Council’s neighbourhood and environment scrutiny committee next week (Wednesday 2 September
The updated regeneration plan for the city’s NOMA neighbourhood will be tested through consultation a decade on from the original framework being agreed.
New parents are not registering new births in the numbers expected following the re-opening of Manchester Register Office - and the Council is now appealing to parents to urgently register their newbo
A brand new Shadow Executive made up entirely of young people has been appointed in Manchester to help shape and challenge the decisions and policies of city leaders.
Thousands of pupils across Manchester have picked up their GCSE results today in an academic year like no other that has seen pupils out of school since March and no exams sat.
The restaurant on Liverpool Road in the city centre has been given permission to reopen.