Location and Boundaries
Sandringham-Wellington North is a long east-west strip located in the northern part of Brampton, between Countryside Dr and Mayfield Rd. It is east of Heart Lake and the Heart Lake Conservation Area. This is a relatively new residential development that began around 2013 and is still ongoing.
Demographics and Lifestyle
The neighborhood is popular with recent immigrants, families with kids under 5, families with kids aged 5 to 9, families with teens, people in their 30s, and people in their 40s. Families with kids make up 66% of households, while couples without children make up 7% of households. The area is ethnically diverse, with residents coming from 91 different ethnic origins. About 62% are first-generation immigrants, and 36% are second-generation immigrants.
Amenities and Education
The first phases of the development include a recreation complex, a baseball sports park, schools, and a subdivision of single-detached and semi-detached 2-story homes. There are 7 public schools and 5 Catholic schools serving the area. Special programs offered at local schools include International Baccalaureate and French Immersion.
Recreation and Transportation
The neighborhood has one park with 9 recreational facilities. There are 128 transit stops, and most residents commute to another city. The average commute time ranges from 15 to 44 minutes for the majority of residents.
Sandringham-Wellington North is a family-friendly and diverse neighborhood with a range of amenities, making it a desirable place to live in Brampton.