Skyscrapers are necessary for an ‘ambitious and outward’ looking Manchester, Bev Craig says

Council leader insists developers will add social value regardless of their high profits and promises to deliver affordable and social housing in the city, alongside allowing developers to ‘build the housing that the private sector market wants to build for people to live in’.

Housing campaigners say Trinity Islands development is “a clear signal it’s business as usual in Manchester.”

The Housing Crisis is a Land Crisis – says author Lily Gordon-Brown

Lily Gordon-Brown studies Housing and Community Planning and is a member of the ACORN community union in Liverpool. Her new pamphlet, The Housing Crisis is a Land Crisis, emphasises the importance of land ownership and use in our ongoing housing crisis, and is published in collaboration with Greater Manchester Housing Action. The Meteor spoke to […]