City Council

8th April 2024 | By Meg Jones

Manchester Council execute new parking scheme for Moss Side community

The council have implemented a new and improved parking scheme for the locals in Moss Side to create ease within the community.

The Museum of Science and Industry exit door

9th February 2022 | By Emma Mohammad

‘Wheels of government turn slowly’: no word on when Science and Industry space hall will become hub for creatives

A planned creative hub on the site of the Science and Industry Museum space hall – and which is part of the government’s Levelling Up...


2nd February 2022 | By Emma Mohammad

Climate Emergency Manchester rejects praise for council’s climate change action plan

Climate Emergency Manchester have denounced Manchester city council’s climate change plan as “greenwashing”. Climate Emergency UK has hailed the council’s climate change plan as one of...


12th November 2021 | By Ben Pledger

Controversial 55-storey student tower faces legal objection after overwhelming opposition

A 162-metre-high tower features 853 luxury student flats is set to become the third tallest tower in Manchester. Situed behind Deansgate Square South Tower and Beetham Tower, it...

Planning and Highways Committee

4th November 2021 | By Joseph O'Shea

‘Wholly predictable’: development to go ahead on west Didsbury site despite residents’ concerns

A firm of solicitors have had their plans to demolish a lodge and replace it with a two-storey building accepted in the teeth of resident’s opposition....


26th October 2021 | By Olivia Weeks

Crime hot-spot Piccadilly Gardens set to be re-vamped in bid to make area safer

Piccadilly Gardens – originally intended to be a welcoming, green space in the heart of the centre – is a hot-spot for crime, theft, drug-use and anti-social...


20th March 2017 | By nq_admin

Rusholme ward by-election announced

A council by-election will be held in Manchester's Rusholme ward. The election will take place on Thursday 4 May, the same day as the Manchester...