City Mayor, Paul Dennett

Paul Dennett is the elected City Mayor of Salford. These web pages contain information about his role and how to contact him.

Tackling poverty

Read the joint tackling poverty strategy from the City Mayor and the Youth Mayor.

When I stood to be elected as City Mayor I set out my priorities. My priorities for a better and fairer Salford are:

A city that connects residents with opportunities and supports its young people.

  • Championing a new skills agenda, linking our educational institutions with local employers to create an integrated programme of training and development.

A city committed to affordable and decent homes

  • A Fair Rents Commission to ensure Salfordians aren’t priced out of their communities.

A city devoted to productive growth and transport investment

  • The creation of an Equalities Charter for the city, to promote fair treatment and representation for the city’s minority communities.

A healthier city that supports its older people

  • A campaign within Greater Manchester for significant transport investment in Salford, connecting areas of the city currently cut off.

A greener and cleaner city that is safe for everyone

  • Supporting a productive growth strategy, creating a home for new digital industries, manufacturing and high-wage jobs in the city.

A city committed to equalities and fairness for all.

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