More than 80 of Greater Manchester’s listed buildings are at risk according to an annual report published by Historic England
The UMIST campus, one of Manchester’s most striking examples of modernist architecture, is under threat of redevelopment after plans were
‘£328m, what a waste! Spend it on the NHS’: Manchester Town Hall closure brings mixed views from the public
Manchester Town Hall closed for six years on Monday ahead of its £328m redevelopment – but what do Mancunians and visitors think of the news?
Generally built in the 19th century as architectural oddities and commissioned by rich industrialists and landowners there are many follies still standing today.
Manchester is famous the world over for being the leader in many areas, from pioneering musical talent to the industrial might of the Victorian age.
A huge crowd-funding campaign is underway to restore an Edwardian Tameside theatre to its former glory.
Tower power! Will 35-storey luxury apartment block get green light from Manchester City Council planning chiefs?
The proposals for a new 35-storey residential building on Whitworth Street West, submitted in July, will be brought before Manchester City Council’s planning committee on Thursday.
MM’s Cornerhouse loyalist reluctantly headed to Manchester city centre’s new thriving art space HOME and even more reluctantly warmed to its galleries, theatres, cinemas and architecture
Salford’s historic Greengate baths may have been named one of the top ten most endangered building in the UK but conservationists have faith that it will not become another forgotten Victorian treasure.
Conservation campaigners are urging Manchester City Council to remain ‘wary’ of negotiations made with Britannia Hotel chiefs to save the ‘rotting’ London Road Fire Station.
Gothic Manchester Festival convener Dr Linnie Blake sheds light on city’s dark side following events to celebrate the sub-culture