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.
Angel Square Earth Tube Lighting
12 September 2014Plans are underway to develop and install an innovative lighting feature on the phase one public realm’s most unusual feature – the three giant earth tubes in the heart of Angel Square.Click here to read more.
Have Your Say On The Proposals For Residential Development At NOMA
10 July 2014Proposals are currently being developed for ‘Angel Gardens’: a new residential-led development at NOMA. Click here to view the proposals and have your say.
9 July 2014
A joint venture (JV) between Caddick Group Plc and Generate Land is exchanging contracts with The Co-operative Group to develop the residential scheme within the 20 acre NOMA masterplan in central Manchester.Click here to read more.
5 June 2014
A shuttle bus service will be operating from outside the CIS Building on Miller Street to the Parklife Festival at Heaton Park over the weekend of 7-8 June 2014.Click here to read more.
23 May 2014
A planning application has been submitted for a 3.5-acre site as part of the next phase of development at NOMA. Click here to read more.
3 April 2014
The Co-operative Group has named Hermes Real Estate as its joint venture partner to deliver NOMA. Click here to read more.
25 March 2014
FutureEverything will be using NOMA to host their pop-up city on Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th March.
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.