Thermal spas can be found all over Germany, where attitudes to nudity are relaxed, and the health benefits of mineral water are seriously appreciated. But, now that a mega spa complex has got the green light in Manchester, can German bathing culture catch on over here?
Moss Side residents’ groups were left frustrated after a decision on a major building project that could “overshadow” local residents
A cherished green space in South Manchester is under threat from the City Council’s plans to develop on the fields,
Manchester City Council today approved plans for a 55-storey city-centre student skyscraper, with the planning committee’s conflicted chair forced to
The legendary Rusholme venue will close its doors for the last time this month after seven years of unrivalled notoriety in south Manchester’s nightlife scene.
‘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.
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.
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.
Contaminated Denton land set to be used for housing poses a health risk for future residents hoping to grow their own fruit and vegetables, according to a Labour MP.
Trafford Council fracking plans in Davyhulme have been stopped after lobby group Friends of the Earth (FotE) drilled holes in their plans.
Developers are being urged to keep their hands off a plot of open-space grassland in the Castlefield canal basin – with a Manchester councillor hoping it stays development-free.