News published January 2021
Planning approval has been granted for the memorial to those who lost their lives in the 22 May 2017 Manchester terror attack.
Mancunians encouraged to “be the light in the darkness” in this year’s moving Holocaust Memorial Day
This year's Holocaust Memorial Day is the 20th time the city has marked the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.
The GM Strategic Coordination Group for Storm Christoph and the Environment Agency have stood down the Severe Flood Warning for Didsbury and Northenden.
The GM Strategic Coordination Group for Storm Christoph and the Environment Agency have enacted a Severe Flood Warning covering parts of Didsbury, Chorlton and Northenden the River Mersey rises.
Manchester City Council are asking people in the city to give their views on options for how it will save around £50m in 2021/22.
Planning permission has been granted for a major programme of refurbishment work to future-proof Manchester’s Velodrome.
A public consultation has begun today (Wednesday 20 January) that will ask for opinion around extending Selective Licensing to four new locations in the city – around 1,402 private sector homes.
The City Council is working closely with partners at Greater Manchester Police and the Environment Agency in response to expected high rainfall and potential flooding in the next 24 hours.
Details have been set out of a major investment package to protect the future of Manchester Aquatics Centre while improving its facilities and reducing its carbon footprint.
More than 1,000 people have come forward to support efforts in Manchester to vaccinate hundreds of thousands of patients.