Manchester Town Hall located at Town Hall Extension, Albert Square, Manchester M60 2LA, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0161 234 4343

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Wail Dashash

5 Google Rating

Very beautiful land mark. Unfortunately the day I went visited it there were a lot of construction a

5/ 5

Very beautiful land mark. Unfortunately the day I went visited it there were a lot of construction and renovation in the area. Lovely people and restaurants in the surroundings. I highly recommend visiting it during the holiday seasons

ʟɪʟʟʏ Kim

5 Google Rating

One of my favourite place in England. It’s really nice and beautiful building. You should check it

5/ 5

One of my favourite place in England. It’s really nice and beautiful building. You should check it out. Grab a cup of coffee and just sit on the beach a front of the hall and just relax. Your day will be good. I strongly recommend you this Town hall! Have a lovely day

Victoria Moss

5 Google Rating

The town hall is stunning inside and out! There is a beautiful cafe inside which is well worth the v

5/ 5

The town hall is stunning inside and out! There is a beautiful cafe inside which is well worth the visit very elegant. During the Christmas period you can find stalls just inside the entrance and a beautiful tree. Fireworks are set off from the roof at new year and the Christmas light switch on that are spectacular

Simone Mattogno

3 Google Rating

Great building, nice place to get rest with a lot of benches, but unfortunately it will be close by

3/ 5

Great building, nice place to get rest with a lot of benches, but unfortunately it will be close by 2024.

Robert Pritchard

5 Google Rating

Great Xmas markets just like being in another country. Great effort Manchedter

5/ 5

Great Xmas markets just like being in another country. Great effort Manchedter

Elizabeth Allen

5 Google Rating

Manchester Town Hall is a building full of character with its impressive architecture. I loved the v

5/ 5

Manchester Town Hall is a building full of character with its impressive architecture. I loved the vaulting, stained glass windows and artwork in the interior. I visited with a friend and we were going to have lunch there but decided on afternoon tea at midday instead! It was absolutely delicious with a choice of sandwiches, cakes and pastries beautifully presented on a three-tier stand.

Edward Copland

5 Google Rating

Believe the council members office is used to cover up corruption involving the combined authority b

5/ 5

Believe the council members office is used to cover up corruption involving the combined authority breaching data protection and i believe use judges to stich families up in court.disgusting .shamefull,should be nicknamed."soddom and gomara

Maryam Bappa

1 Google Rating

Getting through to school admissions is proving impossible. I had been on wait for exactly 2hrs. 11

1/ 5

Getting through to school admissions is proving impossible. I had been on wait for exactly 2hrs. 11.11-13.11, i was number 2 on thw waiting list from 59 and suddenly the call just cut off like that.

Mark Taylor

1 Google Rating

Manchester City Council hide behind rules, regulations and legislation to defend issuing bus lane fi

1/ 5

Manchester City Council hide behind rules, regulations and legislation to defend issuing bus lane fines when the reality is poor signage to warn motorists of highway restrictions. Typical labour counsellors and mayor hiding behind red tape to generate income from people visiting what was once a fine city.

hebbe woo

5 Google Rating

Manchester City Council is the local government authority for Manchester, a city and metropolitan bo

5/ 5

Manchester City Council is the local government authority for Manchester, a city and metropolitan borough in Greater Manchester, England. It is composed of 96 councillors, three for each of the 32 electoral wards of Manchester. The council is controlled by the Labour Party and led by Sir Richard Leese. There is one Liberal Democrat councillor (former MP for Manchester Withington from 2005-15, John Leech), and one Green Party councillor. Joanne Roney is the chief executive. Many of the council's staff are based at Manchester Town Hall. Manchester was incorporated in 1838 under the Municipal Corporations Act 1835 as the Corporation of Manchester or Manchester Corporation. It achieved city status in 1853, only the second such grant since the Reformation. The area included in the city has been increased many times, in 1885 (Bradford, Harpurhey and Rusholme), 1890 (Blackley, Crumpsall, part of Droylsden, Kirkmanshulme, Moston, Newton Heath, Openshaw, and West Gorton), 1903 (Heaton), 1904 (Burnage, Chorlton cum Hardy, Didsbury, and Moss Side), 1909 (Gorton, and Levenshulme), 1931 (Wythenshawe: Baguley, Northenden, and Northen Etchells), and Ringway in 1974. A new Town Hall was opened in 1877 (by Alderman Abel Heywood) and the Mayor of Manchester was granted the title of Lord Mayor in 1893. Under the Local Government Act 1972 the council was reconstituted as a metropolitan borough council in 1974, and since then it has been controlled by the Labour Party. In 1980, Manchester was the first council to declare itself a nuclear-free zone. In 1984 it formed an equal opportunities unit as part of its opposition to Section 28. Elections are usually by thirds (a third of the seats elected, three years in every four), although the 2018 and 2004 elections saw all seats contested due to substantial boundary changes. Labour has controlled a majority of seats in every election since the council was reconstituted. Between 2014 and 2016 Labour occupied every seat with no opposition. In the local elections held on 5 May 2016, former Manchester Withington MP, John Leech, was elected with 53% of the vote signifying the first gain for any party other than Labour for the first time in six years in Manchester and providing an opposition for the first time in two years. On 7 March 2017, it was reported that City Centre Councillor Kevin Peel had been suspended from the Manchester Labour group after reports of bullying. He sat as an independent, still taking the Labour Group whip until he rejoined Labour. On 24 July 2019 it was reported that Majid Dar (Ancoats and Beswick) had been suspended by the Labour party.

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