Manchester has been the home of The Co-operative Group for over 150 years. In recent years we have seen regeneration across the city. As part of our commitment to support the continued growth of Manchester, we are investing over £130m to help regenerate a 20-acre site on the northern edge of the city centre.
We want to help create new job opportunities and develop a vibrant and exciting district where people can work, live, visit and relax with family and friends.
This website provides you with the background to our exciting regeneration plans and opportunities to have your say on a number of key development projects that will help drive through the transformation of the area.
6 February 2014
Work has begun on the demolition of the former Co-operative Group garage, as the NOMA redevelopment of Manchester City Centre takes the initial steps towards the creation of the second stage of the project’s public realm.
6 January 2014
TfGM has confirmed that work will start in January on the second Metrolink line through the heart of Manchester city centre. More information and contact details for any queries can be found on the TfGM website.
18 December 2013
NOMA has announced plans for two sports pitches at the heart of the 20-acres development, on land currently used for car parking off Miller Street, Manchester. The recreational facilities are the first of their kind in the city centre. Click here to read more.
In the winter edition of the Engage Newsletter we provide the latest news from NOMA, including the visit of Her Majesty the Queen to One Angel Square and the arrival of artists from Castlefield Gallery to the Federation Building. To download the Newsletter please click here.
Galliford Try has confirmed that remediation works at Dantzic Street and Rochdale Road are planned for Sunday 11 August 2013. Further information can be seen on the following notice (link).
The summer edition of the Engage Newsletter provides the latest on plans to improve Angel Meadows and other news from the NOMA team. To download the Newsletter please click here.
In the first Engage newsletter of 2013, the NOMA team share their latest news. To download the Newsletter please click here.