Details of an almost £7.5 million package of measures to support people in the city facing financial struggles during the coronavirus outbreak have been outlined by Manchester City Council.
Changes are being made to the way in which parking regulations are enforced in Manchester, as the city works together to overcome the coronavirus pandemic.
Garden and food (green) waste bins will be collected for Manchester residents between Monday 6 April and Friday 10 April, for a one-off final collection until full service is resumed.
A message of support and reassurance has been sent from the council to cultural organisations in the city as they and the whole country respond to the unprecedented challenges being presented by the Covid-19 virus.
During the coronavirus restrictions Manchester Art Gallery will offer a range of beneficial programmes to bring creativity, health, and hope into the hearts and homes of local residents
A statement from Leader of the Council Sir Richard Leese following the announcement of a temporary hospital at Manchester Central Convention Centre.
The Government have announced a range of packages to support businesses through the Coronvirus outbreak - this is what it means for Manchester.
A new central hub is to be launched on Monday (March 30) which will coordinate vital support for Manchester's most vulnerable people, to help them cope with the impacts of the coronavirus outbreak.
The Mancunian Way will be closed for scheduled maintenance work to be carried out this weekend.
Land on Oldham Road, Newton Heath will be transferred to the housing provider to deliver 139 high quality homes - and half will be made available for social rent.
In light of Government advice on how to protect the public throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, changes are being implemented across Manchester’s crematorium and cemeteries.
People across Manchester are being urged to pick up the phone and call or video call those who are in self isolation.
Manchester City Council is making essential changes to how waste is collected during the coronavirus pandemic, due to decreased levels of staffing.
A report that sets out the opportunity to create a new housing development and management company to accelerate affordable homes building will be heard by the Council’s executive committee.
The Council will be sending regular updates to ensure residents have up to date information, detail around any closures, and how to access vital services.
Manchester City Council’s libraries offer 24/7 free access to thousands of e-books, magazines and audiobooks, plus all UK daily newspapers online.
Business Rates will not be taken on April 1st to help support businesses affected by Coronavirus (Covid-19).
Covid-19 will be the challenge of our generation as we work through what is an unprecedented, once in a century outbreak of Coronavirus.
Statement from Sir Richard Leese, Leader of Manchester City Council.
Cllr Bev Craig, Manchester’s Executive Member for Adult Health and Wellbeing says that how we act in a time of need is a mark of how we act as a city.
This year's Youth Buzz Awards have seen some amazing young people from across Manchester recognised for their stand-out achievements and for making a positive contribution to their communities.
Manchester has successfully bid for £51.6m from the Government’s Housing Infrastructure Fund to unlock land for more than 5,500 new homes over the next ten years.
Proposals for the long-term regeneration of Wythenshawe Hospital have been endorsed by Manchester City Council.
The Leader of Manchester City Council responds the Chancellor's Budget speech today.
The spirit of resistance lives on in Manchester after thousands of people came together to celebrate International Women’s Day.
Attracting, keeping and developing the most talented staff is at the heart of a five-year workforce strategy for Manchester City Council’s children’s services department that was approved today.
The council's Executive has backed a framework for how the city will combat climate change in the next five years and approved an action plan, setting out how the Council will play a leading role.
Making sure your baby has a firm, flat surface for every sleep, every where, every time are the key messages that Manchester is promoting to new mums, or anyone looking after a baby, during Safer Sleep week which runs from 9 - 15 March 2020.
Manchester City Council has today (Friday 6 March) agreed its budget for the financial year ahead.
Five of the UK's best-loved children's authors and illustrators have been in Manchester today to take part in a special 'Share a Story Live' event to mark World Book Day and to bring books to life for over 1000 children from local schools.