Ward profiles

The ward profiles provide an overview of the key demographic social, environmental and economic trends affecting the area and the demand for and take-up of public services.

The area profiles are intended for use by councillors, service planners, area managers and anyone who has an interest in public service provision in Salford.

These profiles reflect the new ward boundaries that will be used in the local election on 6 May 2021. Find out more about the electoral review of ward boundaries. Published data is not yet available for the new wards, and so much of the data is a best approximation.

How to use the profiles

For each ward you can see the following information and data, which is structured around the Great Eight priorities for the city:

  • Introduction, an overview of the ward
  • Summary, some key indicators
  • Population data
  • Inequality data, such as life expectancy
  • Place-related data, such as crime rates
  • Environmental data, including climate change data
  • Learning-related data, such as qualifications
  • Housing data, such as house prices
  • Accessibility data, including details about public transport and travel times
  • Economic data, such as employment rates
  • Health data, such as hospital admissions
  • Sources and links

You can load each of the data sets by using the tabs on the left-hand side of the page, or the arrows at the bottom. The selected ward will remain the same as you move between pages, unless you use the selector to change it.

The data used in the ward profiles can be downloaded using the link at the bottom of this page.

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This page was last updated on 5 October 2021

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