Mackie Mayor Market

GALLERY | Mackie Mayor open for business

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Alice Cachia

The long-awaited market opened at 12pm yesterday in the 12,700 sq ft grade two-listed building in the Northern Quarter, with co-founder Nick Johnson saying it “could feed at least 20,000 people a week”. 

RSK Transport Planning Team

RSK adds three to transport team

The environmental consultancy firm has hired Sarah van de Berg, Graham Walker, and Harriet Wingfield in September to its Hilton Street office in Manchester, bringing the transport team up to seven.



These two drag queens were hired to welcome guests at U+I’s Mayfield launch, and didn’t they look fabulous? The regeneration specialists held the party in the Manchester Piccadilly depot courtyard, before work starts on transforming the 24-acre site.

Anna De La Perrelle

De la Perrelle joins forces with 26 Letters

Anna de la Perrelle has joined 26 Letters PR as a director to head up the London-based agency’s new Northern division, working alongside fellow director Christine Webb and managing director David Martin.

Tristan Wooller GVA

GVA hires six and promotes two

The commercial property adviser said that strong activity in the market has seen a need to create more positions for its Norfolk Street office.

Scanlans Mike Dutson, Philip Manson And Anthony Kingdon

Scanlans hires take office to 35

The property management firm has promoted Philip Manson to partner and head of valuation and hired Mike Dutson and Anthony Kingdon.

Hairy Bikers Liverpool Festival


Could the Hairy Bikers be cooking up some chip barms this Sunday when they come to Liverpool for its annual food and drink festival?

Ramsbottom Black Pudding


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The black pudding vs the Yorkshire pudding. The latter might arguably be more loved, but the former travels further and hits harder, as competitors will discover in the black pudding throwing world championships this weekend.

Bright Building


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Alice Cachia

As marketing gadgets go, this one for Bright Building is causing a bit of a buzz. Virtual reality headsets from developer MSP, themed around the Manchester trope of the bee, were sent out this week, preparing the city for what a "hive of activity" the new offices will be.