Historic Tame Aqueduct gets makeover

Work has started to transform a Grade II Listed Aqueduct which carries the Peak Forest Canal over the River Tame in Ashton-under-Lyne. The £500,000 project...

Reimagining Mayfield, Manchester’s lost district

A new collaboration of academics, architects, planners, artists and campaigners are pleased to announce a new initiative, the Mayfield Imaginarium with the aim of...

Three and a half miles of the A663 Broadway to be resurfaced.

From 3 October 2016, three and a half miles of the A663 Broadway are to be resurfaced, from the junction with the A627 (M)...

Have your say on the future of Ancoats & New Islington and New Cross

The updated draft development guidelines for Ancoats and New Islington together with neighbouring New Cross were agreed by Manchester City Council’s Executive in July...

£300K futuristic bus shelter revealed in Piccadilly

Want to charge your phone while waiting for the bus, check the latest weather, learn about Manchester's history or see the news headlines? A new...

 Piccadilly Gardens fountain to bloom again

Fencing will go up around part of Piccadilly Gardens from today as a substantial programme of repair begins to bring the water feature back...

Guided busway takes a trip down memory lane

Walker, cyclists and horse-riders will be able to travel back in time as Leigh and Tyldesley’s Roman, industrial and mining heritage is showcased along...

Pothole wars on Stockport Road

Large sections of Stockport Road (A6) in Levenshulme will be resurfaced throughout August to remove potholes and create a smooth driving surface for drivers. As...

Manchester Airport unveils new look lounge

Passengers can start their holidays in style after Manchester Airport unveiled a new look, expanded Escape Lounge in Terminal Two.   The airport has spent...

Top marks for two of Oldham’s Parks 

Two ofOldham'sbest-loved parks have retained their prestigious Green Flag Awards.  The awards – made during Love Parks Week – mean the green spaces are officially...