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Catering Market: Market Review 2006 Product Image

Catering Market: Market Review 2006

  • ID: 323833
  • January 2006
  • Region: United Kingdom
  • Key Note Publications Ltd

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  • Corus Hotels PLC
  • Hilton Group PLC
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In 2005, the UK catering market grew by an estimated 4.2%, to £29.87bn at retail selling prices (rsp). We divide the market into the following sectors: restaurants; fast food and takeaways; contract catering and foodservice management; hotels; public houses; licensed clubs; and holiday camps and villages, and caravan/camping sites. In 2005, the fastest-growing sector was public houses, followed by restaurants. Each of the other market sectors also demonstrated growth, although the rate varied widely.

A number of legislative changes with an impact on the catering industry were introduced in 2005. Among the most significant were the new licensing laws, which came into effect on 24th November 2005. The Government argues that the new laws give law-abiding drinkers more freedom to choose when they drink, but the changes have led to increased concern about binge drinking and the additional pressures that could be placed on the police service and hospitals. Another important piece of legislation introduced in 2005 was the Gambling Act, which provides for a new wave of larger casinos, including one Las Vegas resort-style establishment. The Act also abolished the rule that required READ MORE >

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Aramark Ltd
  • Corus Hotels PLC
  • Hilton Group PLC
  • Mitchells & Butlers PLC
  • Pontin's Ltd
  • The Rank Group PLC
  • MORE

Executive Summary

1. Industry Overview

REPORT COVERAGE

REPORT BACKGROUND

ECONOMIC TRENDS
Population
Table 1.1: UK Resident Population Estimates by Sex (000), Mid-Years 2000-2004
Gross Domestic Product
Table 1.2: UK Gross Domestic Product at Current and Annual Prices (£m), 2000-2004
Inflation
Table 1.3: UK Rate of Inflation (%), 2000-2004
Unemployment
Table 1.4: Actual Number of Unemployed Persons in the UK (million), 2000-2004
Household Disposable Income
Table 1.5: Household Disposable Income per Capita (£), 2000-2004

MARKET SIZE
Table 1.6: The UK Catering Market by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005
Figure 1.1: The UK Catering Market by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005

MARKET SEGMENTATION
Table 1.7: The UK Catering Market by Sector by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005
Market Shares
Table 1.8: The UK Catering Market by Sector by Value at Current Prices (%), 2001-2005
Figure 1.2: The UK Catering Market by Sector by Value at Current Prices (%), 2005

INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
Industry Synopsis
Restaurants
Licensed Restaurants
Table 1.9: Licensed Restaurants — Key Financial Indicators (£000, % and £), 2004/2005
Unlicensed Restaurants
Table 1.10: Unlicensed Restaurants — Key Financial Indicators (£000, % and £), 2004/2005
Fast Food and Takeaways
Table 1.11: Takeaway Food Shops — Key Financial Indicators (£000, % and £), 2004/2005
Contract Catering and Foodservice Management
Table 1.12: Catering Companies — Key Financial Indicators (£000, % and £), 2004/2005
Hotels
Table 1.13: Hotels and Motels with Restaurants — Key Financial Indicators (£000, % and £), 2004/2005
Public Houses
Table 1.14: Public Houses and Bars — Key Financial Indicators (£000, % and £), 2004/2005
Number of UK Businesses
Table 1.15: Number of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged in Catering and Allied Trades by Sector of Activity (number and %), 2003 and 2004
Table 1.16: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged in Catering and Allied Trades by Turnover Sizeband (£000, number and %), 2003 and 2004
Employment
Table 1.17: Number of Employees in Catering and Allied Trades in Great Britain (000), 2000-2004

MARKET POSITION
Table 1.18: Household Consumption Expenditure in Selected Sectors at Current Prices (£m), 2000-2004

KEY TRENDS
Restaurants
Fast Food and Takeaways
Contract Catering and Foodservice Management
Hotels
Public Houses
Other Catering Markets

LEGISLATION
Gambling Act
New Licensing Laws
Smoking Ban
UK and EU Food Legislation

KEY TRADE ASSOCIATIONS
British Beer and Pub Association
British Hospitality Association
HOTREC

2. PEST Analysis

POLITICAL FACTORS
ECONOMIC FACTORS
SOCIAL FACTORS
TECHOLOGICAL FACTORS

3. Key Note Primary Research

INTRODUCTION
Table 3.1: Popular Occasions for Eating Out (% of respondents), 2004 and 2005

OCCASIONS FOR EATING OUT
During Special Occasions and While on Holiday
Table 3.2: Those Who Eat Out During Special Occasions and Get-Togethers, or While Away on Holiday, by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (% of respondents), 2005
While Shopping and For Snacks Between Meals
Table 3.3: Those Who Eat Out While Shopping or for Snacks Between Meals by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (% of respondents), 2005
Before or After Going to the Cinema/Theatre or the Pub
Table 3.4: Those Who Eat Out Before or After Going to the Cinema/Theatre, or Before or After Going to the Pub in the Evening, by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (% of respondents), 2005
At Airports, Motorway Service Areas and Railway Stations
Table 3.5: Those Who Eat Out at Airports, Motorway Service Areas or Railway Stations by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (% of respondents), 2005
At Sunday Lunchtimes and For Weekday Breakfasts
Table 3.6: Those Who Eat Out at Sunday Lunchtimes or for Weekday Breakfasts by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (% of respondents), 2005

4. Competitive Structure

THE MARKETPLACE
Restaurants
Hotels
Public Houses

MARKET LEADERS
Table 4.1: The Top Ten UK-Registered Catering Companies by Turnover and Pre-Tax Profit (£m), 2004/2005

Hilton Group PLC
Financial Results
Table 4.2: Hilton Group PLC — Financial Performance (£m and %), Years Ending 31st December 2002-2004

Compass Group PLC
Financial Results
Table 4.3: Compass Group PLC — Financial Performance (£m and %), Years Ending 30th September 2002-2004

InterContinental Hotels PLC
Financial Results
Table 4.4: InterContinental Hotels PLC — Financial Performance (£m and %), Years Ending 30th September 2002 and 31st December 2003 and 2004

Whitbread PLC
Financial Results
Table 4.5: Whitbread PLC — Financial Performance (£m and %), Years Ending 1st March 2003, 4th March 2004 and 3rd March 2005

Mitchells & Butlers PLC
Financial Results
Table 4.6: Mitchells & Butlers PLC — Financial Performance (£m and %), Years Ending 30th September 2002 and 2003, and 25th September 2004

McDonald's Restaurants Ltd
Financial Results
Table 4.7: McDonald's Restaurants Ltd — Financial Performance (£m and %), Years Ending 31st December 2002-2004

JD Wetherspoon PLC
Financial Results
Table 4.8: JD Wetherspoon PLC — Financial Performance (£m and %), Years Ending 27th July 2003, 25th July 2004 and 24th July 2005

Greene King PLC
Financial Results
Table 4.9: Greene King PLC — Financial Performance (£m and %), Years Ending 4th May 2003, 2nd May 2004 and 1st May 2005

Enterprise Inns PLC
Financial Results
Table 4.10: Enterprise Inns PLC — Financial Performance (£m and %), Years Ending 30th September 2002-2004

Punch Taverns PLC
Financial Results
Table 4.11: Punch Taverns PLC — Financial Performance (£m and %), Years Ending 17th August 2002, 23rd August 2003 and 21st August 2004

Other Companies

BurgerKing Ltd
Financial Results

De Vere Group PLC
Financial Results

Luminar PLC
Financial Results

Millennium & Copthorne Hotels PLC
Financial Results

PizzaExpress Ltd
Financial Results

The Restaurant Group PLC
Financial Results

Sodexho Ltd
Financial Results

Spirit Group Ltd
Financial Results

Thistle Hotels Ltd
Financial Results

The Wolverhampton & Dudley Breweries PLC
Financial Results

Yum! Brands Inc
Financial Results

OUTSIDE SUPPLIERS

MARKETING ACTIVITY
Table 4.12: Main Media Advertising Expenditure in Selected Sectors of the UK Catering Market (£000), Years Ending June 2004 and 2005

5. Restaurants

DEFINITION
KEY TRENDS
MARKET SIZE
Table 5.1: The UK Restaurant Market† by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005

MARKET SEGMENTATION
Pub Restaurants
Table 5.2: The UK Pub Restaurant Market† by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005
Roadside Restaurants
Table 5.3: The UK Roadside Restaurant Market by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005
Other Restaurants
Table 5.4 The UK `Other Restaurants' Market by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005

SUPPLY STRUCTURE
Number of UK Businesses
Table 5.5: Number of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged as Restaurants, Cafés and Takeaways, 2000-2004
By Turnover
Table 5.6: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged as Restaurants, Cafés and Takeaways by Turnover Sizeband (£000 and number), 2001-2004
Table 5.7: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged as Restaurants, Cafés and Takeaways by Turnover Sizeband (£000 and %), 2001-2004
Employment
Table 5.8: Number of Employees in the Restaurant Industry in Great Britain (000), 2000-2004
Table 5.9: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Local Units Engaged as Restaurants, Cafés and Takeaways by Employment Sizeband (number and %), 2004

MAJOR PLAYERS

ASK Restaurants Ltd
Luminar PLC
Mitchells & Butlers PLC
Nando's Chicken Ltd
Paramount Ltd
The People's Restaurant Group Ltd
PizzaExpress Ltd
The Restaurant Group PLC
Spirit Group Ltd
Town Centre Restaurants Ltd
Tragus Holdings Ltd
Whitbread PLC

MARKETING ACTIVITY
Table 5.10: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Restaurants by Brand (£000), Year Ending June 2005

BUYING BEHAVIOUR
Table 5.11: Users of Restaurants During the Day or in the Evening in the Last 12 Months by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (% of adults), 2005
Table 5.12: Frequency of Restaurant Visits During the Day or in the Evening in the Last 12 Months (% of adults), 2005
Table 5.13: Users of Restaurants During the Day or in the Evening in the Last 3 Months by Type of Restaurant (% of adults), 2005

FORECASTS 2006 TO 2010
Table 5.14: The Forecast UK Restaurant Market† by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2006-2010

6. Fast Food and Takeaways

DEFINITION
KEY TRENDS
MARKET SIZE
Table 6.1: The UK Fast-Food and Takeaway Market by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005

MARKET segmentation
Sandwiches
Table 6.2: The UK Sandwich Market by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005
Burgers
Table 6.3: The UK Burger Market by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005
Fish and Chips
Table 6.4: The UK Fish-and-Chip Market by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005
Pizza
Table 6.5: The UK Pizza Market by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005
Chicken
Table 6.6: The UK Chicken Market by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005
Other Fast Food and Takeaways
Table 6.7: The UK `Other Fast Food and Takeaway' Market by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005

SUPPLY STRUCTURE
Number of UK Businesses
Employment

MAJOR PLAYERS
Table 6.8: The UK's Leading Fast-Food and Takeaway Chains by Sector and Number of Outlets, 2005
Sandwiches

Greggs PLC
Subway
O'Briens Irish Sandwich Bars (UK) Ltd
Pret A Manger (Europe) Ltd
Benjy's Group Holdings Ltd
Burgers
McDonald's Restaurants Ltd
BurgerKing Ltd
Wimpy Restaurants Group Ltd
Pizza
Pizza Hut
Domino's Pizza UK & IRL PLC
Perfect Pizza Ltd
Chicken
Kentucky Fried Chicken (Great Britain) Ltd
Other Fast Food and Takeaways
Coffee Shops
Table 6.9: The UK's Leading Coffee-Shop Brands by Number of Outlets, 2004 and 2005
Compass Group PLC

MARKETING ACTIVITY
Table 6.10: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Selected Fast-Food Brands (£000), Year Ending June 2005

BUYING BEHAVIOUR
Table 6.11: Users of Selected Fast-Food and Takeaway Outlets in the Last 6 Months by Sex and Age (% of adults), 2005
Table 6.12: Users of Selected Fast-Food and Takeaway Outlets in the Last 6 Months by Social Grade (% of adults), 2005
Table 6.13: Users of Selected Fast-Food and Takeaway Outlets in the Last 6 Months by Region (% of adults), 2005
FORECASTS 2006 TO 2010
Table 6.14: The Forecast UK Fast-Food and Takeaway Market by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2006-2010

7. Contract Catering and Foodservice Management

DEFINITION

KEY TRENDS

MARKET SIZE
Table 7.1: The UK Market for Contract Catering and Foodservice Management by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005

MARKET SEGMENTATION
Business and Industry
Table 7.2: The UK Market for Business and Industry Contract Catering and Foodservice Management by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp and %), 2001-2005
Education
Table 7.3: The UK Market for Education Contract Catering and Foodservice Management by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp and %), 2001-2005
Healthcare
Table 7.4: The UK Market for Healthcare Contract Catering and Foodservice Management by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp and %), 2001-2005
Public
Table 7.5: The UK Market for Public Contract Catering and Foodservice Management by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp and %), 2001-2005
Other Contract Catering and Foodservice Management 107
Table 7.6: The UK Market for Other Contract Catering and Foodservice Management by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp and %), 2001-2005

SUPPLY STRUCTURE
Number of UK Businesses
Table 7.7: Number of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged in Catering, 2000-2004
By Turnover
Table 7.8: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged in Catering by Turnover Sizeband (£000 and number), 2001-2004
Table 7.9: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged in Catering by Turnover Sizeband (£000 and %), 2001-2004
Employment
Table 7.10: Number of Employees in the Canteen and Catering Industries in Great Britain (000), 2000-2004
Table 7.11: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Local Units Engaged in Catering by Employment Sizeband (number and %), 2004

MAJOR PLAYERS
Compass Group PLC
Sodexho Ltd
Aramark Ltd
Avenance PLC
Initial Catering Services Ltd
WSH Group Ltd
OCS Group Ltd
Other Companies
Charlton House Catering Services Ltd
Lindley Catering Ltd
Massarella Catering Ltd

BUYING BEHAVIOUR
Household Expenditure
Table 7.12 Average Weekly Household Expenditure on Workplace and School Meals (£), 1999/2000-2003/2004
Spending Patterns
Business and Industry
Education
Table 7.13: Average Sum Spent on a School Meal in the UK by Region (£), 2005
Healthcare 120
Table 7.14: Standard of Hospital Food in England (number of hospitals and %), 2002-2004
FORECASTS 2006 TO 2010
Table 7.15: The Forecast UK Market for Contract Catering and Foodservice Management by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2006-2010

8. Hotels
DEFINITION
KEY TRENDS
MARKET SIZE
Total Sales
Table 8.1: The UK Hotel Market — Total Sales by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005
Corporate Sector
Table 8.2: The UK Hotel Market — Corporate Sales by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005
Consumer Sector
Table 8.3: The UK Hotel Market — Consumer Sales by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005
Catering Sales
Table 8.4: The UK Hotel Market — Catering Sales by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp and %), 2001-2005

SUPPLY STRUCTURE
Number of UK Businesses
Table 8.5: Number of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged as Hotels and Motels, 2000-2004
By Turnover
Table 8.6: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged as Hotels and Motels by Turnover Sizeband (£000 and number), 2001-2004
Table 8.7: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged as Hotels and Motels by Turnover Sizeband (£000 and %), 2001-2004
Employment
Table 8.8: Number of Employees in the Hotel Industry† in Great Britain (000), 2000-2004
Table 8.9: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Local Units Engaged as Hotels and Motels by Employment Sizeband (number and %), 2004

MAJOR PLAYERS
Accor UK Economy Hotels Ltd
Best Western
Choice Hotels Ltd
Corus Hotels PLC
De Vere Group PLC
Hilton Group PLC
InterContinental Hotels PLC
Jarvis Hotels Ltd
Macdonald Hotels Ltd
Millennium & Copthorne Hotels PLC
Premier Travel Inn Ltd
Thistle Hotels Ltd
Travelodge Hotels Ltd
Whitbread PLC
Other Companies

MARKETING ACTIVITY
Table 8.10: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Hotels by Brand (£000), Year Ending June 2005
FORECASTS 2006 TO 2010
Total Sales
Table 8.11: The Forecast UK Hotel Market — Total Sales by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2006-2010
Catering Sales
Table 8.12: The Forecast UK Hotel Market — Catering Sales by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp and %), 2006-2010

9. Public Houses

DEFINITION
KEY TRENDS
MARKET SIZE
Public Houses
Table 9.1: The UK Public-House Market† by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp and %), 2001-2005
Public Houses and Pub Restaurants
Table 9.2: Catering Sales by Public Houses and Pub Restaurants by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005

SUPPLY STRUCTURE
Number of UK Businesses
Table 9.3: Number of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged as Licensed Clubs and Pubs, 2001-2004
By Turnover
Table 9.4: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged as Licensed Clubs and Pubs by Turnover Sizeband (£000 and number), 2001-2004
Table 9.5: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged as Licensed Clubs and Pubs by Turnover Sizeband (£000 and %), 2001-2004
Employment
Table 9.6: Number of Employees in Pubs and Bars in Great Britain (000), 2000-2004
Table 9.7: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Local Units Engaged as Licensed Clubs and Pubs by Employment Sizeband (number and %), 2004

MAJOR PLAYERS
Table 9.8: Selected Leading UK Public-House Owners by Type of Organisation and Number of Pubs, 2005
Enterprise Inns PLC
Punch Taverns PLC
The Wolverhampton & Dudley Breweries PLC
Greene King PLC
Mitchells & Butlers PLC
Spirit Group Ltd
Wellington Pub Company PLC
JD Wetherspoon PLC
Other Companies
Table 9.9: Selected Other UK Public-House Owners by Type of Organisation and Number of Pubs, 2005

MARKETING ACTIVITY
Table 9.10: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Beer by Brand (£000), Year to June 2005

BUYING BEHAVIOUR
Table 9.11: Users of Public Houses for Drinks or Meals by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (% of adults), 2005
Table 9.12: Frequency of Pub Use for Drinks or Meals During the Day or in the Evening by Sex (% of adults), 2005

FORECASTS 2006 TO 2010
Table 9.13: The Forecast UK Public-House Market† by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp and %), 2006-2010

10. Other Catering Markets

DEFINITION
KEY TRENDS
LICENSED CLUBS
Definition
Market Size
Table 10.1: The UK Market for Catering at Licensed Clubs by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005
Supply Structure
Major Players
Gala Group Ltd
London Clubs International PLC
Luminar PLC
Novus Leisure Ltd
The Rank Group PLC
Stanley Leisure PLC
Marketing Activity
Table 10.2: Main Media Advertising Expenditure by Nightclubs and Discotheques, and by Clubs and Associations (£000), Year Ending June 2005
Buying Behaviour
Table 10.3: Users of Nightclubs and Other Licensed Clubs by Frequency of Visits (% of adults), 2005
Forecasts 2006 to 2010
Table 10.4: The Forecast UK Market for Catering at Licensed Clubs by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2006-2010

HOLIDAY CAMPS AND VILLAGES, AND CARAVAN/CAMPING SITES
Definition
Market Size
Table 10.5: The UK Market for Catering at Holiday Camps and Villages, and at Caravan/Camping Sites, by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2005
Supply Structure
Number of UK Businesses
Table 10.6: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged as Caravan/Camping Sites by Turnover Sizeband (£000 and number), 2001-2004
Table 10.7: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged as Holiday Centres, Villages or Other Self-Catering Accommodation by Turnover Sizeband (£000 and number), 2001-2004
Employment
Table 10.8: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Local Units Engaged as Caravan/Camping Sites by Employment Sizeband (number and %), 2004
Table 10.9: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Local Units Engaged as Holiday Centres, Villages or Other Self-Catering Accommodation by Employment Sizeband (number and %), 2004

Major Players
Bourne Leisure Ltd
Center Parcs (UK) Group PLC
Pontin's Ltd
Marketing Activity
Table 10.10: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Holiday Resorts (£000), Year Ending June 2005
Forecasts 2006 to 2010
Table 10.11: The Forecast UK Market for Catering at Holiday Camps and Villages, and at Caravan/Camping Sites, by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2006-2010

11. A Global Perspective

WORLD TOURISM
Table 11.1: Number of International Tourist Arrivals (million), 2000-2004
Table 11.2: The World's Top Ten Tourism Destinations by International Arrivals (million and %), 2004

SELECTED CATERING MARKETS
Restaurants
Table 11.3: Share of Household Consumption Expenditure Taken by Restaurants and Hotels in Each of the EU 15 Countries (%), 2000-2004
Fast Food and Takeaways
Contract Catering and Foodservice Management
Table 11.4: Share of the Catering Market Taken by Contractors by Global Region (%), 2004
Hotels
Table: 11.5: Number of Hotels and Similar Establishments† in Each of the EU 15 Countries, 2000-2004
Other Catering Markets

12. The Future

INTRODUCTION
Population
Table 12.1: The Forecast UK Resident Population by Age Group (000), 2005-2011
Gross Domestic Product
Table 12.2: Forecast Growth in UK Gross Domestic Product in Real Terms (%), 2005-2009
Inflation
Table 12.3: Forecast UK Rate of Inflation (%), 2005-2009
Unemployment
Table 12.4: Forecast Actual Number of Unemployed Persons in the UK (million), 2005-2009

FORECASTS 2006 TO 2010
Table 12.5: The Forecast UK Catering Market by Sector by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2006-2010
Restaurants
Fast Food and Takeaways
Contract Catering and Foodservice Management
Hotels
Public Houses
Other Catering Markets

MARKET GROWTH
Figure 12.1: The UK Catering Market by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2001-2010

FUTURE TRENDS
Incoming Tourism
Recruitment Issues
Mergers and Acquisitions

13. Consumer Confidence

METHODOLOGY

THE WILLINGNESS TO BORROW
Table A: The Average Amount Consumers Are Willing to Borrow in Order to Purchase Expensive Items at Current and Constant November 2004 Prices (£ and £bn), November 2004, February 2005, May 2005, August 2005 and November 2005
The Desire to Borrow Stays Strong
Table B: The Number of Adults Willing to Borrow in Order to Purchase Expensive Items (000 and %), November 2004, February 2005, May 2005, August 2005 and November 2005

THE WILLINGNESS TO SPEND FROM SAVINGS
Table C: The Average Amount Consumers Are Willing to Spend from Savings in Order to Purchase Expensive Items at Current and Constant November 2004 Prices (£ and £bn), November 2004, February 2005, May 2005, August 2005 and November 2005
Consumers Increasingly Cautious
Table D: The Average Amounts Adults are Confident Spending to Purchase Expensive Items (£ and %), November 2004, February 2005, May 2005, August 2005 and November 2005

14. Further Sources

Associations
General Sources
Government Sources
Other Sources
Bonnier Information Sources

- Hilton Group PLC
- Compass Group PLC
- InterContinental Hotels PLC
- Whitbread PLC
- Mitchells & Butlers PLC
- McDonald's Restaurants Ltd
- JD Wetherspoon PLC
- Greene King PLC
- Enterprise Inns PLC
- Punch Taverns PLC
- BurgerKing Ltd
- De Vere Group PLC
- Luminar PLC
- Millennium & Copthorne Hotels PLC
- PizzaExpress Ltd
- The Restaurant Group PLC
- Sodexho Ltd
- Spirit Group Ltd
- Thistle Hotels Ltd
- The Wolverhampton & Dudley Breweries PLC
- Yum! Brands Inc
- ASK Restaurants Ltd
- Nando's Chicken Ltd
- Paramount Ltd
- The People's Restaurant Group Ltd
- Town Centre Restaurants Ltd
- Tragus Holdings Ltd
- Greggs PLC
- Subway
- Wimpy Restaurants Group Ltd
- O'Briens Irish Sandwich Bars (UK) Ltd
- Pret A Manger (Europe) Ltd
- Benjy's Group Holdings Ltd
- Domino's Pizza UK & IRL PLC
- Perfect Pizza Ltd
- Kentucky Fried Chicken (Great Britain) Ltd
- Aramark Ltd
- Avenance PLC
- Initial Catering Services Ltd
- WSH Group Ltd
- OCS Group Ltd
- Charlton House Catering Services Ltd
- Lindley Catering Ltd
- Massarella Catering Ltd
- Accor UK Economy Hotels Ltd
- Best Western
- Choice Hotels Ltd
- Corus Hotels PLC
- Jarvis Hotels Ltd
- Macdonald Hotels Ltd
- Millennium & Copthorne Hotels PLC
- Premier Travel Inn Ltd
- Travelodge Hotels Ltd
- Enterprise Inns PLC
- Punch Taverns PLC
- The Wolverhampton & Dudley Breweries PLC
- Greene King PLC
- Mitchells & Butlers PLC
- Wellington Pub Company PLC
- Gala Group Ltd
- London Clubs International PLC
- Luminar PLC
- Novus Leisure Ltd
- The Rank Group PLC
- Stanley Leisure PLC
- Bourne Leisure Ltd
- Center Parcs (UK) Group PLC
- Pontin's Ltd

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