TreesNotCars has been fighting against Manchester City Council’s decision to develop the former Central Retail Park in Anocats into a
Manchester City Council has approved the construction of five new office buildings on the area known as New Islington Green.
The report says that Manchester will fail to provide an adequate level of housing or transport to match an estimated 110,000 extra jobs in the city by 2040.
It had previously supported the community-led Ancoats Dispensary Trust with a Stage 1 grant, but made its decision on the larger Stage 2 grant after the ADT was unable to raise the necessary match funding.
Bruntwood and the Select Property Group are in the middle of transforming the former BBC site in Oxford Road into a new district for living, working, shopping and socialising.
‘Epic failures need to be called out’: Campaigners call on Mancunians to judge the good, bad and ugly of the city
A new civic movement is calling for people to name the good, bad and ugly of Manchester’s architecture with its first award ceremony.
A Bolton preschool has turned itself around in record time, jumping from an Ofsted rating of ‘Inadequate’ to ‘Good’ in just four months.
‘We’ve got terrestrial work to do’: Matt Damon film success and NASA discovery sees Martians land in Manchester
Martians have landed in Manchester after a leading space exploration group opened a new branch in the city.
‘Biggest risk to property market’: Manchester experts tackle knotweed pandemic costing UK £166m a year
Britain’s Japanese knotweed pandemic, which costs the economy over £166million per year, is set to be tackled by a recently-launched Greater Manchester company.
The University of Manchester has underscored its status as the world’s leading centre for graphene research, as the first artist’s impression of their new £60million centre has been released.
Oldham Council will now start the selection process for a developer or investment partner for the Prince’s Gate at Oldham Mumps scheme, was approved by the authority’s Cabinet last night.