Sandringham Wellington is a neighbourhood in North East Brampton. It’s home to Brampton’s Civic Hospital, many schools, food options and places of worship.
|Medical Facilities||Shopping & Entertainment|
– Brampton Civic Hospital
– Trinity Common Mall
|Restaurants||Places of Worship|
|– Fionn Maccool’s
– East Side Marios
– Montana’s BBQ & Bar
– Brar’s Eats & Sweets
– Wild Wing
– Rajdhani Sweets
– Mosaic Mediterranean Grill
– Toronto Ontario Temple
Middle Schools Public
Secondary Schools Public
3,995 people (or 10%) in Sandringham-Wellington community have attained bachelor degree or higher. 5,805 people (or 14%) have graduated with a college degree, 1,620 (4%) with trades certificate or diploma, and a further 9,320 (or 23%) have completed high school only.
21,345 people (or 53%) in Sandringham-Wellington community are in labour force with 19,355 (or 90%) people who are employed and 1,995 people (or 9%) who are unemployed. Industries, employing largest number of people are Manufacturing (9.2%), Transportation And Warehousing (7.8%), Retail Trade (5.5%), Health Care And Social Assistance (3.7%) and Wholesale Trade (3.0%).
|2.||Transportation And Warehousing||3,105||7.8%|
|4.||Health Care And Social Assistance||1,485||3.7%|
|6.||Professional Scientific And Technical Services||1,080||2.7%|
|8.||Accommodation And Food Services||1,030||2.6%|
|9.||Administrative And Support Waste Management||980||2.5%|
|10.||Finance And Insurance||940||2.4%|
Those employed in Sandringham-Wellington community spend an average of 30 minutes commuting to work, with 14,785 people (or 76%) getting to work by car, 1,280 (or 6%) being driven as a passenger, 2,015 (or 10%) taking public transit, 20 (or 0%) taking a bike and 260 (or 1%) walking to work.
Average pre-tax household income in Sandringham-Wellington community is $49,865, while average after-tax income is $42,160. Average mortgage costs in Sandringham-Wellington is $1,625 per month and average cost of rent is $1,163, with 77% of households carrying a mortgage. 3,400 households (or 9%) spend more than 30% of their income on housing. 2% of households in Sandringham-Wellington community reside in subsidized housing.