An update report on the Peterloo Memorial and how it has informed a whole new approach to inclusive design for council projects will be received by a scrutiny committee on Tuesday 22 June 2021.
After a forced break last year due to the pandemic, the Manchester Culture Awards - recognising the very best of culture, arts, and creativity in the city - are back for 2021.
As part of the Clean Air Day, ( Thursday 17 June) Manchester City Council’s neighbourhood team have been looking to engage with car users and warn them of the dangers of leaving their engines idling whilst waiting outside schools.
A plea is going out to Mancunians to keep up the fight against Covid-19 as the country and the city enters a critical stage.
A planning application has gone in for new social housing on Silk Street, Newton Heath, bringing a long-term brownfield site back into use.
More than £400,000 has been secured by Manchester City Council as part of a project to reduce neighbourhood crime.
An in-depth survey of music in Manchester and the economic impact it has on the city and those who work in the sector launches this week.
A housing letting and management company has been ordered to pay a fine following appeal for breaching management regulations after an investigation by the Council’s Rogue Landlords team.
A builder who tried to con a homeowner out of thousands of pounds has been jailed for 10 months, suspended for 18 months following a hearing at Manchester Crown Court.
A new apprenticeship scheme launching today (Thursday 27 May) will give Manchester residents the chance to launch careers in construction – while working on some of the city’s highest profile projects.
Manchester is at the forefront of the Keep Britain Tidy campaign as it encourages Mancunians to get involved in the Great British Spring Clean.
Plans have been submitted this week by Manchester City Council and Far East Consortium (FEC) to build 30 brand new homes for social rent as part of wider regeneration plans in the Collyhurst area.
With over 700,000 tickets available across ten venues in nine host cities - including Manchester - an unprecedented number of fans will be able to experience the biggest women’s European sport event ever from 6 - 31 July 2022.
A number of new appointments to the council's Executive, and Scrutiny Committees were ratified today at the council's annual meeting which follows the local elections held on 6 May.
Manchester City Council is wishing residents a very happy and blessed Eid Mubarak as Muslims in the city prepare to mark the end of Ramadan.
Residents, businesses, local community, and all stakeholders are being asked to look again at new proposals for Ardwick Green.
The clock is ticking for residents to have their say on two important walking and cycling schemes in Manchester.
Free at-home Covid-19 testing kits are now available to collect from Manchester’s 10 local libraries.
With the gradual opening of libraries following the easing of lockdown restrictions, thousands of visitors have taken the opportunity to return to libraries across the city.
The Council has selected a consortium led by Barclays Eagle Labs to operate the new Manchester Digital Innovation and Security Hub (DISH).
A week on from the national easing of lockdown and latest figures show Manchester’s businesses have welcomed back visitors in their thousands as the hospitality industry and shops reopened last Monday for the first time since Christmas.
Ahead of the Prince Phillips funeral tomorrow (Sat 17 April), Manchester City Council has looked at the impact the Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme has had on young people in the city.
There are just days left for Manchester residents who want to vote in elections on 6 May to register to do so.
Louise Wyman who has held the post for the last year has announced that she will leave Manchester City Council at the end of April.
Imams confirm Covid-19 vaccine does not invalidate the fast as Mancunians prepare to observe Ramadan
As Ramadan approaches thousands of practising Muslims in Manchester are being reminded that they can get the Covid-19 jab without breaking their fast.
Leader of the Council Sir Richard Leese responds to the announcement that Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh has died this morning.
Two large scale Covid-19 vaccination clinics will be running at the Manchester Central Mosque during the first two weekends in April.
The Council's focus on action to help tackle climate change is being boosted with changes to one of its scrutiny committees.
One-to-one calls, in native tongue, to be offered in Manchester for those most at risk from Coronavirus
Communities are being supported through Covid chats in a person's first language.
The second tranche of the Brownfield Housing Fund (BHF) - via GMCA - will include five new homes sites in Manchester, representing a significant affordable homes investment in the city.