A 94-year-old golf club in Salford with 290 members closed on September 30, citing the financial situation brought about by
A total of 3,344 residential property completions were recorded – more than double the amount in 2017 – 2018.
This month’s edition is packed with news, features, entertainment and sport including a full review and analysis of the Kerslake Report into the Manchester Arena attack, an interview with the urban farmers behind Manchester’s most sought-after mushrooms and we try to get to the bottom of Manchester City Council’s affordable housing figures!
Nearly half a million working families – 44% in the North West – are so hard pressed to keep up with mortgage and rent payments they drastically cut back on food.
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.
The Printworks will be selling hundreds of jars of Manchester’s finest ‘live from the hive’ honey as they celebrate their second annual harvest to raise money for two Manchester charities.
‘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.
Council blame homeless for own homelessness so they don’t have to deal with crisis, says Manchester solicitor
Manchester City Council are blaming people for their homelessness so they do not have to address Manchester’s growing homeless crisis, according to a solicitor.
Speaking on the final day of the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester, Mr Cameron announced a shift in policy which would see rules around affordable houses for rent swept away and replaced with incentives to build affordable houses to buy.
‘The worst place I’ve ever been’: Manchester students share their uni halls horror stories and flatshare fiascos
Thousands of young people from all over the world have descended on Greater Manchester to embark on their journey into higher education and join the city’s population of almost 350,000 students.
More than 2,600 council homes in the North West face being sold to the private market under new government plans, according to housing and homelessness charity Shelter – and Stockport is the worst hit area in the region.