Swinton Ward Action Plan

  1. Introduction
  2. Swinton Ward today (You are here)
  3. Known and emerging issues
  4. Action Plan
  5. Building Stronger Communities – People and Places
  6. Monitoring and engagement

Swinton Ward today

Swinton ward map


  • There are 11,600 residents and 5,357 households - the population has reduced by 0.9% since 2011 even though there has been an increase in dwellings by 3.4%
  • Of these, 10% rent privately, 67% are owner occupiers and 23% live in social housing.


  • Deprivation is above the borough average but there are large differences within the ward.


  • People describing themselves as being in 'bad' or 'very bad' health is above the borough average, along with the figures for those having a limiting long term illness or disability
  • Life expectancy at birth is 2 years higher for men when compared with the borough average.


  • Primary attainment – i.e. at Key Stage 2/Year 6 in Reading, Writing and Maths – is slightly below the borough and national averages but GCSE attainment is well above both averages
  • The proportions with higher qualifications is lower than the borough average. The proportion with no qualifications is above the borough average.

Crime And Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB)

  • Recorded crime and ASB are well below the borough average.

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