Connecting people to opportunities: Sustainable Community Strategy for 2009-2024
The Sustainable Community Strategy is still in place but is likely to be replaced by the City Strategy and Plan in 2013. These are currently being developed, along with the new City Partnership. More information can be found on the Partners IN Salford website.
The Sustainable Community Strategy sets out a clear vision and a number of challenging ambitions for Salford.
It was launched in September 2009 by Salford's local strategic partnership, Partners IN Salford.
In 2024, Salford will be a beautiful and welcoming city, driven by energetic and engaged communities of highly skilled, healthy and motivated citizens, who have built a diverse and prosperous culture and economy which encourages and recognises the contribution of everyone, for everyone.
Our seven partnership themes describe the different elements within which we need to work as a partnership in order to achieve our 2024 vision:
- A healthy city
- A safe city
- A learning and creative city
- A city where children and young people are valued
- An inclusive city with stronger communities
- An economically prosperous city
- A city that's good to live in
These themes link to key strategies of both the council and key partners, and reflect regional, sub-regional and national priorities.
All partners share a commitment to and ownership of the vision set out in the strategy.
Where to get more information
- Connecting people to opportunities - Salford's Sustainable Community Strategy 2009-2024 (Adobe PDF format, 4.3mb)
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This page was last updated on 15 February 2013