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We work in Manchester city center on a daily basis and we are familiar with all the residential apartment blocks in the city. This gives us the knowledge of where to park for good access in each individual block. We are also on great terms with the concierge services which can be a great help for lift keys and keeping doors wedge for a more accessible move. Manchester town center man and van covering all areas from Gay village to Ancoats.
Salford Quays is a popular, modern waterfront development, close to Manchester City Centre and well linked by buses and Metro link trams. Shops, cinemas, restaurants, hotels and water sports are all available and the area is popular with young professionals as well as students. The BBC is close by in Media City one of the leading infrastructure, real estate and investment enterprises in the UK.
- People from Manchester are called Mancunians or for short Mancs most of whom support Manchester City Football Club.
- The Roman General Agricola called a fort he set up here Mamucium, meaning ‘breast-shaped hill’ part of a Roman fort still exists in Castlefield
- In the nineteenth and twentieth centuries Manchester was an important seat of radical, reformist politics it was a focus of the movement to reform the Corn Laws.
- Manchester has a reputation for being a rainy City which is a bit undeserved compared to lots of other UK cities that get a lot more rain
- The city center is situated on the River Irwell, near the joining of two other rivers, the River Medlock and the River Irk. The River Mersey also runs through the south of the city.
- Manchester named from the old British name Mamucium plus ceaster, from the old Latin ‘Castra’. Manchester is a metropolitan borough with city status which was conferred in 1853.
- Central Manchester is the most “vibrant” place to live in the UK, according to a report regarding changes in society. There is in Manchester a place where your heart will be filled with love and joy go find visit Manchester
The 1996 IRA bomb is often attributed with kick-starting the regeneration of Manchester’s City Centre. Work had in fact been under way for some years, but the blast that tore the heart out of the city did offer an exceptional opening to remodel it. The Corn Exchange become the Triangle arcade, the Royal Exchange got a £30 million renovation, and the much criticised Arndale Center was renovated and extended. New public squares were unveiled: Exchange Square’s concentric benches now provide a resting point for city shoppers. Cathedral Gardens is now the home of the National Football Museum near where city center man and van removals work daily.
Manchester Arndale and Market Street Home to all the high street favourite shops buskers tappers, rush around get nowhere and a few independent surprises down Oldham Street.
Deansgate, King Street and St Ann’s Square A mass of respected designer stores from all over the world high end shopping with no scallies.
Peter’s Fields The Conference Quarter Home to the Great Northern tower and complex with conference venues comprising MICC & G-MEX a great venue when the big screens out for football.
Chinatown One of the largest in Europe made up of oriental companies together with Chinese, Thai and Japanese restaurants great for a buffet lunch when starving.
Exchange Square and New Cathedral Street The top fashion house and home to the major names in fashion like Selfridges, Harvey Nichols and the Manchester cathedral obviously lots more besides.
Northern Quarter The young and funky creative urban heart with independent fashion stores, record shops and cafés and general twitish behavior going on but all harmless.
Piccadilly and Gardens The main entrance into Manchester, with Piccadilly train station to the South and Market street going off to the shops in the north a place to watch the bustle buy fruit catch a tram or watch the malingerers.
Castlefield The place to get away from the hustle and bustle of Manchester city life with waterside pubs bars and museums old roman fort remnants.
Canal Street and the Gay Village Distinctive area with restaurants, bars and clubs all over the place the lively heart of Canal Street the centre for the gay parade in Manchester.
Spinningfields A recently developed quarter mingling retail, leisure, business and public places a collection of restaurants including Café Rouge Carluccio’s Gourmet Burger Kitchen Wagamama Zizzi and more surrounded by apartment blocks.
Manchester has produced great writers, how the experience of migration to Manchester has informed the work of writers in Greater Manchester from 1960 to the present-day is highlighted here.