Artist Sue Scott, better known as S L Scott, has been painting Manchester for almost a decade using her spare room in Didsbury as a makeshift studio.
Manchester’s The Derelict Explorer, Matt Holmes, reveals secrets of exploring city’s abandoned buildings
A Manchester local, Matthew Holmes has been exploring abandoned buildings up and down the country for the last two years. His favourite ‘explores’ have been in and around Manchester.
The Friends of London Road Fire Station say they are thrilled at today’s announcement that Britannia Hotels are inviting developers to make them an offer on the open property market.
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.
No more games: Britannia’s 11th hour decision on London Road Fire Station leaves campaigners ‘flabbergasted’
Campaigners for the London Road Fire Station have been left ‘flabbergasted’ by Britannia Hotel’s 11th hour request to work with Manchester City Council to redevelop the derelict grade II*-listed building.
London Road Fire Station campaigners believe city WILL get hands on iconic building as ‘time is up’ for Britannia
Friends of London Road Fire Station (FoLRFS) believe that the grade II*-listed building’s owners Britannia hotels will not have begun any redevelopment work on it.
Britannia Hotels scored a horrifying 33% on average in customer satisfaction scores, based on study from Which? Consumer magazine.
Let’s be Friends: London Road Fire Station campaigners welcome fresh council talks to save iconic building
London Road Fire Station has stood dormant and undeveloped since 1986 when it was brought by Britannia Hotels
The Friends of London Road Fire Station have announced their latest concert to fund the fight to return the Grade II listed building to Mancunians after it was left to rot by current owners.
Community group move closer to Manchester Fire Station rescue after receiving heritage scheme backing
Manchester’s London Road Fire Station has moved closer to a rescue after a community action group spearheaded a campaign to take the building back from its current owners.