New £7m outpatient unit opens at The Christie

Patients and staff came together to mark the completion of a brand new £7m outpatient facility at The Christie, which offers a...

Urban Splash has revealed its newest product in the House-Apartment living

Three years after it first unveiled its modular house, Town House, at New Islington in Manchester, award winning regeneration company Urban Splash...

Manchester has highest number of deaths of homeless people

Figures released by the Office of National Statistics have put the City top of the list when it comes to the amount...

First Council-built homes for more than 7 years completed in north Manchester

The 40, 2-bed homes located across six sites across north Manchester will be managed by the Council’s housing management organisation, Northwards Housing....

Building social housing over 20 years could have saved renters £1.8 billion

Building 100,000 government-funded social rent homes a year over the past two decades would have cut billions from the housing benefit bill,...

Half a million more children in poverty in private rented homes than ten years...

Research by the National Housing Federation has revealed that there are now an estimated 1.3 million children living in poverty in privately...

Salford flat recovered from fraudsters now providing safe haven for roughsleepers

A flat in Salford recovered from fraudsters is now being used as a safe haven for homeless people. Last...

Plans to build affordable homes in Chadderton are revealed

A deal to deliver affordable homes as part of the £100 million Broadway Green development has been confirmed. Countryside...

BBC Radio Manchester launches Homelessness Season

A series of special reports on the homelessness crisis in Manchester and how it can be solved are to be broadcast across...

Mayor’s Bed for the Night scheme takes over 700 off the streets of Greater...

More than 700 people previously sleeping rough in Greater Manchester have been helped into warm, safe and supported accommodation since November, thanks...