Over the past decade Manchester has become a hotbed of new high-rise developments, attracting investors and developers from around the
TV stars Kirstie Allsop and Phil Spencer have been viewing properties in Wilmslow this week on behalf of house-hunters considering
House prices have risen at more than double the rate of average salaries over the past decade, and younger people
Manctopia? Property developer Tim Heatley’s ‘charm offensive’ doesn’t wash with housing crisis campaigners
The show, which airs on BBC2, describes the city as one of the fastest-growing in Europe, overstepping London in its ability to attract deep-pocketed property investors lured in by quick returns.
With house prices at low levels and the Chancellor’s introduction of the stamp duty ‘holiday’, it is a great time for first-time buyers to purchase their new home and for homeowners to move house.
As Windmill Green gets ready to open its doors in November, just two of its seven floors have been snapped up.
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.
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.
Manchester is a melting pot of culture and style and is becoming one of Europe’s fastest growing, and most recognisable, creative hubs.
‘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.