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Neighbourhood working in Salford
Neighbourhood management is a way of working with communities to make sure that local people can influence decisions about their neighbourhood. It ensures that service providers coordinate their activity to address local priorities.
The city of Salford is divided into eight neighbourhoods, each with a neighbourhood team that looks after the interests of the community.
Each team is led by a neighbourhood manager. A typical neighbourhood team consists of representatives from the council, police, fire service, primary care trust, housing agencies, and other organisations working in an area.
Each neighbourhood area has its own community committee which provides a forum for local residents to get involved in decisions. Community committees lead on the development of community priorities which inform the work of the neighbourhood team. They also decide on how devolved budgets are allocated. Community committees often have sub-groups to focus on specific issues such as parks, road safety, or children and young people. Talk to your neighbourhood manager about how you can get involved in issues that interest you.
Information for residents
If you are a resident wanting to get involved in your local area, contact your neighbourhood team.
Information for partner organisations
For organisations wanting to find out more about neighbourhood management and partnerships in Salford, visit the Partners in Salford website or contact the neighbourhood manager for your area.
For more information on how neighbourhood management works in Salford, download a copy of the structure diagram at the bottom of this page.
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This page was last updated on 14 July 2014