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Tag Archives: Manchester City Council
A Response Guide to the “Our Manchester” Consultation
A Response Guide to the “Our Manchester” Consultation Manchester City Council is consulting on their core strategy, ‘Our Future Manchester’: the road to 2025. It is via a short web-based survey, which you can access here: https://surveys.manchester.gov.uk/s/OurFutureManchester/ We offer our … Continue reading
Our response to Manchester’s Local Plan consultation
Here is our detailed response to Manchester’s Local Plan consultation. Click here to read the detailed response from Steady State Manchester. Update: 1 May Click here for the supplementary addendum to our response – We’d previously commented on the Core … Continue reading
Posted in housing, Manchester, Manchester City Council, Planning Tagged consultations, Local Plan, Manchester City Council, NPPF, Planning, resilience, spatial Leave a comment
How Green is My City? A Response to Manchester City Council leader’s blog post.
Response to Manchester City Council leader’s blog post: How Green is My City Mark Burton (Submitted as a comment on Manchester City Council website and annotated here with links. Comments appear to be disabled on the Leader’s blog, although the … Continue reading
Manchester City Council declares a climate emergency!
Update: Manchester council unanimously passed the climate emergency motion. Watch the discussion HERE. As cllr. Wright notes, this is not just a declaration but also a plan. And this one is serious: see the motion. https://t.co/Qvqmk2l7Fc We’ll all need to … Continue reading
Manchester’s Climate Change Strategy: All CO2 and mirrors?
Manchester’s Climate Change Strategy: All CO2 and mirrors? pdf version Mark H Burton Steady State Manchester. The City of Manchester has one of the most ambitious Climate Change Plans anywhere. But does it really add up? In this article we … Continue reading
The Open Veins of Greater Manchester
In Greater Manchester and the North (which we now have to call the Northern Powerhouse) new investment is coming. New transport minister, Patrick McLoughlin, has confirmed that HS2 (the Y shaped high speed railway with its foot in London and … Continue reading
Posted in economics, Greater Manchester City Region, transport Tagged DevoManc, HS2, infrastructure, investment, Manchester City Council, Mark Burton, resilience, transport 1 Comment