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Jonathan Schofield on exciting plans to cover a big bare wall on Quay Street
Jonathan Schofield looks at the city’s record and comes up with a surprising recommendation
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Confidential publisher Mark Garner pays personal tribute to Town Hall
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The perfect place – city living meets the great outdoors
Jonathan Schofield is excited about Hodder's new improved design for St Micheal’s
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Jonathan Schofield thinks the controversial scheme is on the way to becoming a real city...
Plans including a new 'urban oasis' and 'highline' go on show to the public this...
Councillor John Blundell on why historians should never become town planners
Developer will for now retain the once doomed sixties office blocks bordering Spinningfields and St...
Trinity Islands, London Road Fire Station and 'Found Space' have all been granted approval
The tallest Trinity Islands tower will be 213 metres high – 44 metres taller than Beetham Tower
Jonathan Schofield on the shock but welcome news of a developer actually listening to criticism
Single tower to replace twin bronze skyscrapers as heritage buildings are saved from the wrecking...
Jonathan Schofield on the 1945 Manchester Plan and modern echoes
Spinningfields developer bags prime spot bordering Spinningfields and St John’s
Unite unveil plans for 600-room tower on New Wakefield Street
Make Architects withdraw from £200m scheme as support for St Michael’s wanes