Salford is a city where innovation, leadership and partnership working are contributing significantly to the increased economic vitality, growth and competitiveness of Greater Manchester and the region as a whole.
These web pages tell you about some of the innovative and partnership-led regeneration programmes that are currently helping to transform Salford into a great city of the future. At the heart of this transformation is a commitment to involve and engage local communities.
Creating sustainable communities in Salford
During the last decade, massive investment, more jobs, greater economic prosperity, improved environment quality and lower crime levels are changing the perception and image of the city for the better. More people are now choosing Salford as a place to live, work, invest, visit and study than ever before.
The successful transformation of the former derelict Manchester Docks into the award-winning Salford Quays has been a catalyst for regeneration across the city. The BBC's decision to relocate some of its key departments to Salford Quays and the development of MediaCityUK is clear evidence of this.
Much of this success can be attributed to the Salford's impressive track record of partnership working and, under the umbrella of Salford's Sustainable Community Strategy, the local strategic partnership - Partners IN Salford - aims to ensure that working collaboratively, with both key partners and our citizens, remain at the heart of the city's development.
These are exciting times for Salford.
Who to contact
- Regeneration Strategy and Co-ordination
- Office of the Chief Executive
Salford City Council
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- 0161 793 3444
This page was last updated on 10 June 2013