A Salford housing estate once earmarked for demolition has been granted a new lease of life in a million-pound makeover.
A young woman from Salford has helped City West Housing Trust achieve a milestone in its employment and training efforts by becoming its 200th apprentice.
Young achievers living in housing association homes from across the North of England gathered at Manchester United’s Old Trafford stadium for an awards ceremony in recognition of their hard work.
Northern Ireland’s minister for social development Nelson McCausland visited Northmoor in Manchester as part of a whistle-stop tour of some of the region’s finest regeneration programmes.
The last surviving Seven Sisters tower blocks on Old Trafford’s Tamworth estate will host a nostalgic display of the area’s gritty history and changing fortunes, as residents look ahead to the regeneration of the estate.
A new qualification in managing a tenancy is to be offered to ex-offenders to help them make the difficult transition from prison to a permanent home.
Gas fitter Paul Kay has been fined in connection with a major explosion on 2 November 2010 which ripped through several properties owned by City West Housing Trust.
A social landlord in Salford has secured £1.5 million of extra investment from the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) for a new housing development in the west of the city.
Parkway Green and Willow Park Housing Trusts have merged to create Wythenshawe Community Housing Group (WCHG), which came into being on 1 April.