East Salford profiles

 In 2014, a total of 40,784 people lived in this Neighbourhood – an increase of 14.3% since 2004. 
 
 Between 2004 and 2014, the number of people aged:  0-4 increased by 51%  5-10 (primary school) increased by 24%  11-15 (secondary school) increased by 15%  20-29 increased by 5%  65-74 decreased by -3%, and  75+ decreased by -8%.
 
 Between 2014 and 2021, the total population of the neighbourhood area is forecast to increase by 4,100 or 10%, compared to increases of 8% across Salford and 5% in England.
 
 In 2011 the largest ethnic group was White British at 70.7% of the population.
 
 In total, 10,847 or 28% of all residents considered themselves members of the BME community, compared to 14% across the city and 19% in England. In 2011, the largest individual BME groups were:  White Other (4,101, 10.4%) which includes Eastern European migrants,  Black African (2,004, 5.1%),  Chinese (623, 1.6%),  Pakistani (584, 1.5%)
 
 In 2011 there were 1,525 lone parents in the neighbourhood area. 45% of them were in employment – lower than the averages for the city (55%) and England (60%).
 
 There are several pockets of high deprivation, mostly centred around Brindle Heath, Wallness, and Lower Broughton, each of which are within the 1% most deprived LSOA’s in England. 
 
 Of Salford’s eleven LSOA’s with the highest deprivation, six are in East Salford. 
 
 The most deprived areas are the LSOA around Langley Road South and the adjacent LSOA around Brindle Heath Road which are respectively the 2nd and 4th most deprived LSOA’s in Salford, as well as the 13th and 27th most deprived in Greater Manchester. 

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