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Manchester City Council is to approve plans for a £1bn expansion of Manchester Airport by 2025, including a 900,000 sq ft extension to Terminal 2 and improvements to Terminal 3.
Manchester City Council is to approve plans from University of Manchester for a £60m 90,500 sq ft graphene research and development facility at its North Campus by 2017.
Manchester City Council has approved plans for the development of a new £110m theatre and arts venue at the former Granada TV site by 2019.
Manchester City Council has approved plans from GB Taekwondo and UK Sport for a new £2.7m 28,000 sq ft National Taekwondo Centre in Newton Heath.
Manchester City Council has approved plans to develop the £18m Manchester Institute of Health & Performance at Eastlands.
Manchester City Council has secured government funding to develop a new £100m theatre and arts centre on Quay Street by 2019.
Manchester City Council has submitted plans to develop the £10m Belle Vue Sports Village in East Manchester, including a 6,000-capacity speedway stadium.
Manchester City Council has approved proposals to transform the former Mayfield rail depot in the city centre into a major new entertainment venue.
Manchester City Council is to invest £8.5m in the revamp of the New Smithfield fresh produce market in Openshaw over the next six years.
Manchester City Council is considering plans for the creation of the £10m Belle Vue Sports Village at Eastlands, including a 6,000-capacity speedway stadium and basketball centre.
Manchester City Council is set to approve plans for the expansion of the Sharp Project digital media hub, including a headquarters for an unnamed virtual reality firm and 240 new jobs over the next three years.
Manchester City Council is to relocate the Cornerhouse cinema and the Library Theatre Company to a new £19m art centre at First Street.
Manchester City Council is to consider plans from Britannia Hotels to transform the former London Road Fire Station into a 227-bedroom four-star hotel.
Manchester City Council is to shed 66 jobs at the Urbis exhibition centre, in preparation for its redevelopment as the National Football Museum by next summer.
Manchester City Council has approved plans for the £7m redevelopment of the Irish World Heritage Centre in Cheetham Hill.
Manchester City Council is to consider plans from Argent for the development of a £50m office and retail scheme in St Peter's Square by 2013.
Manchester City Council has approved plans for a new £120m 237,000 sq ft campus at Birley Fields for Manchester Metropolitan University.
Manchester City Council is to house 1,400 staff in a 140,000 sq ft temporary office at Number One First Street from January 2010, in order to make way for the £175m three-year refurbishment of the town hall.
Manchester City Council and a number of government departments are to conduct a feasibility study into the development of a 700,000 sq ft office complex at Mayfield Station, in order to house 5,000 civil service staff by 2014.
Manchester City Council is linking up with the Manufacturing Institute and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to set up a FabLab workshop for inventors, and a suitable location is being sought in east Manchester.
Manchester City Council has approved plans for the £165m refurbishment of the town hall complex, and work will start later this year.
Manchester City Council and New East Manchester are inviting companies to bid for a contract to build a new £20m BMX cycling arena at Sportcity.
Manchester City Council is planning to relocate 1,500 staff to a temporary 150,000 sq ft office in Spinningfields, in order to refurbish the existing town hall.
Manchester City Council has awarded outline approval to Grangefield Estates to build the £650m HealthCity scheme in east Manchester, including a hospital, secondary care and rehabilitation facilities.
Manchester City Council is considering plans to invest £5m transforming the former Sharp electronics factory in East Manchester into a digital production hub, in partnership with animation company Red Vision.
Manchester City Council has been selected to host the UK's first super-casino, which could create up to 2,700 jobs, and large casinos will also be established in Great Yarmouth, Hull, Leeds, Middlesbrough, Milton Keynes, Newham, Solihull and Southampton.
Manchester City Council is looking at various options to expand the G-Mex conference centre, in order to increase capacity and improve its appearance.
Manchester City Council is considering proposals to establish a public wireless broadband network over an area of up to 400 square miles, and will seek funding from the government's Digital Challenge Initiative.
Manchester City Council is to consider plans from Teesland iDG to develop an Irish World Heritage Centre in Cheetham Hill, including a museum, a Gaelic football field and a 100-bed hotel.
Manchester City Council has selected Kerzner International and Ask Developments to build the £260m Sportcity casino and sports complex, including hotel, ice rink, swimming pool and artificial beach.
Manchester City Council and Pillar Property have announced plans for the development of a £60m retail park on a 24-acre site in Cheetham Hill Road, and construction work will start in the summer.
Manchester City Council has approved plans for the development of a £30m court complex in the Spinningfield area, which will include 18 court rooms and facilities for 180 staff.
Manchester City Council has approved plans from the Greater Manchester Transport Authority for the development of a £4m transport interchange at Shudehill in the city centre.
Manchester City Council has approved plans from Ician for the £50m redevelopment of the Smithfield market area, including apartments, shops, offices, bars and a hotel.
Manchester City Council has approved plans from Riverland for the transformation of the historic Free Trade Hall into a 255-room four-star hotel.
Manchester City Council is to consider plans from Westport Developments for a £7m casino on Trafford Street.
Manchester City Council is to consider plans for the £12m expansion of the Irish World Heritage Centre, as part of a wider transformation of the Cheetham Hill area.
Manchester City Council is to consider plans from Allied London Properties for a £500m project to transform the Spinningfields area of the city, including two luxury hotels and offices for 15,000 workers.
Manchester City Council is considering plans from Organic Wastes Management to build a pilot plant to transform household waste into energy and fertiliser.