As the RNCM celebrates its 50th anniversary, it’s clear that Manchester’s global conservatoire offers something for everyone.
The Oxford Road Corridor partnership is launching itsnew 2030 Vision to coincide with this year’s Convention of the North.
The Business Secretary has announced a £95 million boost to develop the super-materials of the future at the Henry Royce Institute.
The National Institute for Health and Care Research has received a £59.1million award – the largest single research award given by the NIHR to the city region.
Ask Real Estate and The Richardson Family has completed a £105m transaction with Pension Insurance Corporation to enable delivery of the next phase of office development at First Street.
Contact’s Artistic Director & CEO Keisha Thompson introduces us to a new era and marks the venues 50th year.
Bruntwood SciTech’s 1 million sq ft masterplan for Manchester Science Park has taken another step forward as its £21m development, Base, reaches practical completion.
We are seeking expressions of interest, from Greater Manchester-based cultural producers, both organisations and individuals, for a new event in October
The University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan both score highly in the UK government’s Research Excellence Framework.
Former Chief Crown Prosecutor for North West England Nazir Afzal OBE is to succeed Lemn Sissay as Chancellor of The University of Manchester
Public trial of Greater Manchester’s first publicly operated, self-service, 24/7 cycle hire programme begins here on Oxford Road with docking stations at key sites from Fallowfield Campus, to Oxford Street.
The Oxford Road Corridor partnership are seeking an external consultant to develop a place-shaping plan. The strategy should integrate with the Oxford Road Corridor Strategic Spatial Framework (SSF), and other strategic development documents and transport strategies, with a focus on public realm and wayfinding.
Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust has been selected by the Health Foundation to be part of its new programme supporting health care providers to enable innovation.
We want to hear from Greater Manchester-based performers, visual artists, architects, musicians, scientists, inventors, writers, creatives, thinkers, designers and digital makers and anyone who can deliver an outstanding creative idea to support this first Corridor of Light.
The University of Manchester announced Bruntwood SciTech, the UK’s leading property provider dedicated to the growth of the science and technology sector, as its preferred bidder to deliver the £1.5 billion ID Manchester development.