Manchester City Council news bulletin

Manchester budget consultation 2017-2020
THIS MONTH:

  • Rubbish, litter and fly-tipping
  • Town Hall memories
  • Registering to vote
  • Our Manchester grant
  • Street lights

How we spend our budget after listening to you

Our budget reflects what people said matters most in consultation. Bins, clean streets and fly-tipping were top priorities and take up about 12% of our budget spending. This week, the Council staff who proudly look after our neighbourhoods are using social media to take you behind the scenes.

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Call to share your Town Hall memories as city icon turns 140

You are invited to share your memories of Manchester Town Hall as the city marks the 140th anniversary of its official opening.

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Make sure you’re registered to vote!

If you haven’t already, now is the time to make sure your details on the electoral register are correct. We are currently carrying out the annual update, called the canvass, and people in every home should have received and responded to a Household Enquiry Form with details of who is registered to vote where you live.

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Our Manchester Voluntary and Community sector grants programme launched

A new voluntary and community sector grant scheme has been launched. Called the Our Manchester Voluntary and Community Sector Grants Programme, the new scheme replaces a range of existing funds, bringing them together into a single grants programme managed by the Council.

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Manchester goes LED to improve streetlights and cut carbon emissions

Manchester City Council is to replace the city’s 56,000 streetlights with new energy-saving LED lights – a move that will significantly reduce energy costs, while improving the quality of streetlighting.

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Coming up…

Manchester Food and Drink Festival
LEGO club
Heaton Park Astronomy Group open day
Citizen’s Advice digital support

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