Four key planning applications have been agreed by Manchester’s planning committee this week (29 July) - representing an exciting next phase of regeneration in Ancoats & News Islington.
Becca Heron, formerly Executive Director of Economy and Skills at Wigan Council, has taken up the role at Manchester City Council.
A consulting and contracting team has been assembled to deliver key infrastructure works that will unlock the early residential development potential within the Victoria North regeneration area.
The joint venture between Manchester City Council and FEC has received planning approval for the first phase of its Collyhurst regeneration plans – part of Manchester’s £4bn Victoria North project.
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.
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.
The next phase of consultation as part of the Northern Gateway project has begun urging local people to help guide the investment to deliver 30 new social homes in South Collyhurst.
Local residents, organisations and businesses in Withington Village have shown their overwhelming support for proposals to improve and develop the local area.
Manchester City Council and Far East Consortium (FEC) have submitted plans for the first phase of the regeneration of Collyhurst Village as part of the city’s £4bn Northern Gateway project.
Development of six sites aims to deliver 400 homes for a range of tenures, space for local businesses and community activities, improved open spaces, and a pioneering sustainable urban mobility hub.
A new consultation has started today giving Manchester people the chance to be part of the Ardwick Green Story.
A consultation around proposals for future development of Withington Village will start this week and local people have the chance to have their say on the plans.
Residents, businesses and local organisations are asked to give their views on development proposals for the Manchester Fort Shopping Park in Cheetham Hill.
A further round of consultation has begun with local people and organisations on the Northern Gateway proposals for Collyhurst, before final plans for the first phase of new development are drawn up.
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.
The updated regeneration plan for the city’s NOMA neighbourhood will be tested through consultation a decade on from the original framework being agreed.
A report detailing the progress on the landmark Northern Gateway project will be heard by the Council’s Executive this week (Weds 29 July).
Local residents and businesses have given their broad support for the regeneration proposals for the back of Ancoats area around Poland Street.
Manchester’s full planning committee is set to make a virtual return at the end of July replacing the emergency delegation process during the Covid-19 outbreak.
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 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.
The overarching plan that sets out the key guidelines for all development across the city will be reviewed - and the first eight week consultation is underway.
As the Northern Gateway project moves forward, local people are urged to be part of the conversation to develop new homes as part of the transformational development of Collyhurst.
The City Council has commissioned a review of the Gay Village to fully understand what the area means to local people, visitors and local businesses to inform how it can be protected in the future.
The overarching plan that sets out the key guidelines for all development across the city will be subject of a major review by the City Council.
Landscape architects have been appointed to produce concept designs for improvements to Piccadilly Gardens and its surrounds.
A call for people’s memories of Manchester Town Hall has been issued on the 140th anniversary of its official opening.
Planning permission granted, funding confirmed, and operator announced.
Members of the Council’s Executive have published their priorities for the period up to 2020 to help support the Our Manchester strategy for the city.
Fencing will go up around part of Piccadilly Gardens from today as a substantial programme of repair begins to bring the water feature back on line.
A project to develop a veterans’ community by bringing empty homes back in to use in east Manchester is calling for construction firms to offer their support.
An under-used green space at the Gorton Community Centre will be transformed into a neighbourhood allotment and event space.
People with questions about devolution in Greater Manchester can put them to Sir Richard Leese in a special Twitter ‘Question Time’ session.
A public consultation will begin (10 June) over plans for a major redevelopment for part of Gorton that will create the Belle Vue Sports Village – and city council is calling for local people to have their say on the plans.