News published July 2021
Manchester City Council has announced plans to launch an international design competition to create a world class space in the area centred around Piccadilly Gardens.
More than seven thousand copies of the same book have been given away free to Manchester youngsters in their final year of primary school to help prepare them for starting high school in September and keep them reading over summer.
Sir Richard Leese reacts to the news of the death of Bolton Council Leader this evening (Thurs 29 July)
Focus on sustainable communities and new housing in Ancoats and New Islington as four major schemes approved
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.
Over the past few years, Manchester City Council’s Homelessness service has responded to exponentially growing need and, more recently, the challenges of the pandemic.
Two more companies have been fined for fly-tipping commercial waste after successful prosecutions by the Council's Environmental Crimes Team.
The heavens may have opened over south Manchester last night but despite a good soaking the word on the street from the city's gallery and archives staff who have planned today's removal operation, is that they can be saved.
Councillors are being asked to back a major package of work to improve Manchester’s National Cycling Centre.
The Council has successfully obtained two High Court injunctions to prevent unauthorised works at two listed buildings in the city – including the 16th Century Grade II* listed Hough End Hall.
The thousands of heartfelt messages left on the mural of footballer Marcus Rashford in Withington, Manchester will be carefully removed this Friday 23 July to preserve them, ahead of an expected change in the weather which has been forecast from this weekend.