News published January 2018
GMCA supporting staff Wellbeing in the workplace
29 January 2018
There’s a hive of activity across the Greater Manchester Combined Authority this week, thanks to the Health and Wellbeing team.
Greater Manchester moves up a gear in plans to tackle rough sleeping and meet Mayor’s goal to end it by 2020
25 January 2018
Greater Manchester is working up plans to extend its ground-breaking Housing First programme to more than 450 places as it intensifies efforts to tackle homelessness.
Greater Manchester launches first locally controlled Work and Health Programme
24 January 2018
Greater Manchester has launched the UK’s first locally controlled Work and Health Programme, which aims to support long term unemployed and disabled people into employment across the city-region.
Mayor outlines budget proposals
23 January 2018
Mayor proposes balanced budget to protect essential services, keep bills as low as possible and achieve our vision to make Greater Manchester one of the best places in the world
Mayor announces Business Advisory Panel
17 January 2018
Mayor Andy Burnham today announced the 18 Greater Manchester business figures who will form his new Business Advisory Panel.
Tributes to Kieran Quinn
15 January 2018
Andy Burnham and Eamonn Boylan pay tribute to the late Kieran Quinn.
Greater Manchester asked to adopt ‘Charter for families bereaved though public tragedy’ as Kerslake Arena Review progress report published
12 January 2018
An independent review panel looking at the response to the Manchester Arena Attack is asking Greater Manchester to sign up to a ‘Charter for families bereaved through public tragedy’.
Greater Manchester chosen as green pioneer for the urban environment
11 January 2018
Greater Manchester is one of four UK settings chosen to “pioneer” new ways of working in order to better protect and enhance our natural environment.
Does domestic abuse sit right with you?
8 January 2018
Take that first step to getting help and support – that’s the empowering plea to Greater Manchester residents experiencing domestic abuse.
Mayor opens applications to join the country’s first youth combined authority – as half price off-peak Metro fares come into force
5 January 2018
Mayor appeals to young people to join the Youth Combined Authority