managing & marketing city centre manchester
CityCo strives to make Manchester city centre a better place to work, visit and live. We all want Manchester to be a thriving, competitive and sustainable international city. At CityCo, we connect businesses with public agencies, bringing together the people, ideas and projects that make great things happen.
CityCo is your city centre management company. It is an independent membership organisation. Our business network covers all sizes, sectors and locations across the city centre and we run the city’s first Business Improvement District (BID). We help businesses shape what happens here, expand activities and connect with the right people at the right time. Read about how you can benefit from membership.
CityCo manages Manchester’s first Business Improvement District, the Heart of Manchester BID. Running for 5 years, the BID is an opportunity to build on our successes, energy and optimism to make Manchester as successful as we know it can be.
The business plan has been led by city centre retailers and focuses on delivering promotional and customer service initiatives such as our Where to Go guide book, City Hosts, Chinese New Year celebrations, Student shopping nights, MCR Retail Awards and Manchester’s summer garden festival Dig the City. Take a look at the 2014/15 Annual Report here.
CityCo, North West Ambulance Service and GM Fire and Rescue Service invite businesses to a briefing on Thursday 27 August.
Businesses including Ask Italian, Travelodge, Café Nero and Morrisons spent the day cleaning and tidying up their shop fronts and garden areas.
Part of the Mancunian Way is currently closed in both directions due to a collapse in the road caused by the extremely wet weather.
Manchester’s summer garden festival saw increased footfall across the shopping streets by up to 30% year on year, and over 20 retailers joined in the fun with creative window displays.
Hundreds of families gathered for Dig the City’s spectacular festival finale in Greengate Square.
city centre voices
Rossendale Borough Council have approved plans for the expansion of the Scout Moor windfarm near Rochdale.
A man's been charged with murdering the Norwegian concert pianist Natalia Strelchenko at a house in Newton Heath at the weekend.
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