Local leaders in the region have criticised the announcement given previous broken promises by the government to invest in infrastructure in the region.
Electricity North West is seeking £35 million to fund seven programmes to enhance network reliability when adverse weather hits remote areas.
As part of the campaign, businesses are receiving support to encourage their workforce and customers to use public transport and active travel to help shape the future of the Bee Network.
Among the latest groups to benefit from the fund is Stockport-based Jump Space, which enables access to physical activity and sensory experiences for disabled people.
You don’t need to be a Bill Gates or a Steve Jobs, or even a Richard Branson, to turn your vision into enviable growth, advises the Hallidays team.
A balanced budget for the borough was approved by councillors on 22nd February and includes a 4.99% increase to Council Tax and over £10 million in savings amid a real-terms cut in national government funding.
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Currently just 28% of employers, provide some form of occupational health, despite an estimated 1.8 million workers reporting work-related ill health in 2022/23.
Greater Manchester's tram system is the UK's largest light rail network and currently has 99 stops across 64 miles of track.
Rachel Donnelly is being recognised for a project aimed at reducing health inequalities faced by LGBTQ+ young people that is set to be introduced nationwide.
76 one- and two-bedroom apartments are being proposed for the site of The George pub on the corner of Heaton Lane and Wellington Road.
Demand for technology talent surged in 2022 after a pandemic slump; however, organisations are particularly struggling to recruit for junior and entry-level roles.
The Cheadle based business which now employs over 750 people has, in its latest results, announced a “strong and sustainable financial performance”.
Total Fitness' strong performance has also meant it has been able to exit from a Corporate Voluntary Arrangement following challenging pandemic trading.
For decades, landlines have been delivered through an analogue network, but this is being replaced with newer digital technology by 2025.
A new planning use class will be created for short-term lets and planning permission required to convert homes into holiday properties. A mandatory national register of lets will also be set up.
From 5th June 2024, banknotes with a portrait of the King will appear on the £5, £10, £20, and £50 notes. No other changes to the design or security features will be made.
Work has delivered enhanced cycling and pedestrian provision and traffic calming measures to the B5358 Wilmslow Road to the North of the A555 as far as the junction with Stanley Road.
Upgrades include comfortable beds and sleeper chairs to provide much needed rest for parents who want to stay near their babies.
In addition to the franchising roll-out more boroughs, the Bee Network ticketing app will also gain a journey planner and bus tracker for passengers across Greater Manchester.
The housing, regeneration and placemaking development specialist is delivering Stockport Interchange residential scheme and the 442-home Royal George Village (pictured).
The new Code sets out how businesses should behave when seeking to change employees' contract terms and conditions.
Daikin will deliver the ‘Train the Green Trainer’ programme for nine Greater Manchester colleges, including Trafford & Stockport College Group, with 50 tutors to be trained by April 2024.
Only trusts which are 100% compliant receive the gold standard, and Stepping Hill Hospital was one of only four in Greater Manchester to receive the rating.
Trafford & Stockport College Group is among those awarded a share of the funding to increase innovation support for businesses.
The state-of-the-art transport interchange will open to passengers on Sunday 17th March, with its rooftop park opening the following day.
Hallidays’ popular Rise with Xeinadin business support programme will hold its next session on 12th March on the topic of ‘Drivers of Growth’.
Extensive investigation work has been ongoing since the theatre closed and the Council will appoint contractors later this month to work on long-term safety.
HMRC responded to 207,800 referrals from the public of suspicious contact in the past year to January – up 14% from the 181,873 reported for the previous 12 months.
More than 15,000 loans have been provided to under 25s by the British Business Bank scheme since it launched in 2012, including nearly 2,000 in the North West.