NEPHRA Good Neighbours was visited by regeneration specialists Equans who provided a number of business mentoring sessions.
Manchester City Council
Manchester will receive more than £3million to support housing projects across the city bringing long-term brownfield land back into use.
A multi-disciplinary team has been chosen to draw up a Strangeways and Cambridge Strategic Regeneration Framework (SRF).
The Brunswick neighbourhood in Ardwick, Manchester, scooped ‘Best Regeneration Project 2023’ at the Inside Housing Development awards.
The application to re-develop the site as an affordable later living housing scheme has been approved by the planning committee.
Your Housing Group (YHG) welcomed residents and community partners to an Active Street event at Lok Fu Gardens in Cheetwood, Greater Manchester.
The first tranche of 69 low carbon homes for social rent on Silk Street in Newton Heath have been completed and passed to the first new residents.
Moss Side residents are being encouraged to help shape ambitious plans for the future of their community, which will bring around 300 much-needed affordable homes to tackle local housing shortages.
A report going to a meeting of the full Council in July will seek approval for the final funding required to deliver the largest sustainable homes investment programme in the city’s history over the next two years.
This City, the Manchester Council-owned housing development company, celebrates its first start-on-site as construction begins on 128 new low carbon homes at Rodney Street in Ancoats.