Salford

LAB Hold
Party Seats Change +/-
Labour Seats 52 Seats +/- 0
Conservative Seats 8 Seats +/- 0

Council background

Type
Metropolitan District Council
Seats up
20 seats up for election - Third
Boundary change
No

Latest updates Salford City Council

15.12.2016

15:18
Sport

Salford City to redevelop stadium

Non-league club Salford City are granted planning permission for a 5,000-capacity redeveloped stadium at Moor Lane.

01.09.2016

15:53

£1bn MediaCityUK expansion approved

A £1bn expansion of the MediaCityUK is approved by councillors in Salford which could see the site double in size.

19.07.2016

12:30

Head suspended in school 'Sats' probe

A head teacher is suspended over allegations of "maladministration" believed to centre on a primary school's year 6 Sats results.

17.06.2016

14:49

Toddler's playground used as 'drug den'

A mother who took her toddler to their local playground says he was horrified to discover four men in a stupor surrounded by drug paraphernalia.

08.06.2016

09:06

MediaCityUK set to double in size

Plans submitted for a £1bn expansion of MediaCityUK in Salford could see the site double in size over the next 10 years.

06.05.2016

15:52

Paul Dennett named as Salford mayor

Labour candidate Paul Dennett is elected as the new mayor for Salford after winning 28,332 votes.

04.02.2016

13:34

Mayoral election date announced

Residents in Greater Manchester will choose their first directly-elected mayor in May next year, the government confirms.

24.11.2015

15:33

Council approves bin collection pilot

Some Salford households will only have bins containing non-recyclable waste emptied once every three weeks under new council-backed plans.

18.11.2015

16:35

Stewart to step down as Salford mayor

Salford's first elected mayor, Ian Stewart, confirms he will not seek a second term of office at next May's election.

11.11.2015

15:14

Blackpool tops child protection list

A local authority in Lancashire has the highest proportion of young people subject to child protection plans in England, figures show.
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