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Catering Market 2007 Product Image

Catering Market 2007

  • ID: 461828
  • March 2007
  • Region: United Kingdom
  • Key Note Publications Ltd

The UK catering market grew by an estimated 4% in 2006 to £30.91bn at retail selling prices (rsp). The industry as covered by Key Note includes the following markets: restaurants; fast food and takeaways; contract catering and foodservice management; hotels; public houses; licensed clubs; and holiday camps/villages and caravan/camping sites. In 2006, the fastest-growing market was public houses, followed by restaurants. However, all markets demonstrated some growth during the year.

The catering industry is gearing up for the Government's smoking ban, which will be introduced across the UK by July 2007. The ban already applies in Scotland and its impact there suggests that large pubs serving high volumes of good food at attractive prices can benefit from it, although smaller pubs, with limited food capacity and a bias towards beer sales might suffer. To minimise the adverse impact of the smoking ban, many pub operators are developing their gardens and outside sheltered areas. Others aim to widen the social appeal of their pubs in order to attract new, casual dining customers, who currently avoid pubs because of tobacco smoke.

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1. Industry Overview

REPORT COVERAGE

REPORT BACKGROUND

ECONOMIC TRENDS

Gross Domestic Product

Table 1.1: UK Gross Domestic Product at Current and Annual Prices (£m), 2001-2005

Population

Table 1.2: UK Resident Population Estimates by Sex (000), Mid-Years 2001-2005

Inflation

Table 1.3: UK Rate of Inflation (%), 2001-2005

Unemployment

Table 1.4: Actual Number of Unemployed Persons in the UK (million), 2001-2005

Household Disposable Income

Table 1.5: UK Household Disposable Income Per Capita (£), 2001-2005

MARKET SIZE

Table 1.6: The Total UK Catering Market by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2002-2006

MARKET SEGMENTATION

Table 1.7: The Total UK Catering Market by Individual Market by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2002-2006

Market Shares

Table 1.8: The Total UK Catering Market by Individual Market by Value at Current Prices (%), 2002-2006

INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

Industry Synopsis

Table 1.9: The UK Catering Industry — Key Financial Indicators (£000, % and £), Latest Financial Years

Number of UK Businesses

Table 1.10: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged in Catering and Allied Trades by Sector of Activity (number and %), 2005 and 2006

Table 1.11: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged in Catering and Allied Trades by Turnover Sizeband (£000 and %), 2005 and 2006

Employment

Table 1.12: Number of Employees in Catering and Allied Trades Sectors in Great Britain (000), 2001-2005

MARKET POSITION

Table 1.13: Household Consumption Expenditure in Selected Areas at Current Prices (£m), 2001-2005

KEY TRENDS

Restaurants

Fast Food and Takeaways

Contract Catering and Foodservice Management

Hotels

Public Houses

Other Catering Markets

LEGISLATION

Smoking Ban

Food Safety Act

Employment Equality (Age) Regulations 2006

Labour-Related Legislation

The Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Bill

New Legislation

KEY TRADE ASSOCIATIONS

British Beer and Pub Association

British Hospitality Association

HOTREC

2. PEST Analysis

POLITICAL FACTORS

ECONOMIC FACTORS

SOCIAL FACTORS

TECHNOLOGICAL FACTORS

3. Key Note Primary Research

INTRODUCTION

Table 3.1: Popular Occasions for Eating Out (% of respondents), 2004-2006

OCCASIONS FOR EATING OUT

During Special Occasions and While on Holiday

Table 3.2: Adults Who Eat Out During Special Occasions and Get-Togethers, or While Away on Holiday, by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (% of respondents), 2006

While Shopping and For Snacks Between Meals

Table 3.3: Adults Who Eat Out While Shopping or For Snacks Between Meals by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (% of respondents), 2006

Before or After Going to the Cinema/Theatre or the Pub

Table 3.4: Adults 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), 2006

At Airports, Motorway Service Areas and Railway Stations

Table 3.5: Adults Who Eat Out at Airports, Motorway Service Areas or Railway Stations by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (% of respondents), 2006

At Sunday Lunchtimes and For Weekday Breakfasts

Table 3.6: Adults Who Eat Out at Sunday Lunchtimes or For Weekday Breakfasts by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (% of respondents), 2006

4. Competitive Structure

THE MARKETPLACE

Restaurants

Contract Catering

Hotels

Public Houses

Night Clubs

MARKET LEADERS

Table 4.1: Top Ten Catering Companies by Turnover and Pre-Tax Profit (£m), 2005/2006

Compass Group PLC

Company Structure

Financial Results

Table 4.2: Compass Group PLC — Financial Performance (£m and %), Years Ending 30th September 2004-2006

Ladbrokes PLC

Company Structure

Financial Results

Table 4.3: Ladbrokes PLC — Financial Performance (£m and %), Years Ending 31st December 2003-2005

Mitchells & Butlers PLC

Company Structure

Financial Results

Table 4.4: Mitchells & Butlers PLC — Financial Performance (£m and %), Years Ending 25th September 2004, 1st October 2005 and 30th September 2006

Whitbread PLC

Company Structure

Financial Results

Table 4.5: Whitbread PLC — Financial Performance (£m and %), Years Ending 4th March 2004, 3rd March 2005 and 2nd March 2006

Punch Taverns PLC

Company Structure

Financial Results

Table 4.6: Punch Taverns PLC — Financial Performance (£m and %), Years Ending 21st August 2004, 28th August 2005 and 19th August 2006

McDonald's Restaurants Ltd

Company Structure

Financial Results

Table 4.7: McDonald's Restaurants Ltd — Financial Performance (£m and %), Years Ending 31st December 2003-2005

Enterprise Inns PLC

Company Structure

Financial Results

Table 4.8: Enterprise Inns PLC — Financial Performance (£m and %), Years Ending 30th September 2004-2006

JD Wetherspoon PLC

Company Structure

Financial Results

Table 4.9: JD Wetherspoon PLC — Financial Performance, (£m and %), Years Ending 25th July 2004, 24th July 2005 and 30th July 2006

Greene King PLC

Company Structure

Financial Results

Table 4.10: Greene King PLC — Financial Performance (£m and %), Years Ending 2nd May 2004, 1st May 2005 and 30th April 2006

InterContinental Hotels PLC

Company Structure

Financial Results

Table 4.11: InterContinental Hotels PLC — Financial Performance (£m and %), Years Ending 31st December 2003-2005

Other Companies

BurgerKing Ltd

Financial Results

De Vere Group Ltd

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 (SGL) Ltd

Financial Results

Thistle Hotels Ltd

Financial Results

Marstons PLC (The Wolverhampton & Dudley Breweries PLC)

Financial Results

Yum! Brands Inc

Financial Results

OUTSIDE SUPPLIERS

MARKETING ACTIVITY

Table 4.12: Main Media Advertising Expenditure in the UK Catering Market (£000), Years Ending September 2005 and 2006

5. Restaurants

DEFINITION

KEY TRENDS

MARKET SIZE

Table 5.1: The UK Restaurants Market by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2002-2006

MARKET SEGMENTATION

Pub Restaurants

Table 5.2: The UK Pub Restaurants Sector by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2002-2006

Roadside Restaurants

Table 5.3: The UK Roadside Restaurants Sector by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2002-2006

Other Restaurants

Table 5.4: The UK `Other Restaurants' Sector by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2002-2006

SUPPLY STRUCTURE

Number of UK Businesses

Table 5.5: Number of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged as Restaurants, Cafés and Takeaways, 2002-2006

By Turnover

Table 5.6: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged as Restaurants, Cafés and Takeaways by Turnover Sizeband (number), 2002-2006

Table 5.7: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged as Restaurants, Cafés and Takeaways by Turnover Sizeband (%), 2002-2006

Employment

Table 5.8: Number of Employees in the Restaurant Industry in Great Britain (000), 2001-2005

Table 5.9: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Local Units Engaged as Restaurants, Cafés and Takeaways by Employment Sizeband (number and %), 2006

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 (SGL) Ltd

Town Centre Restaurants Ltd

Tragus Holdings Ltd

Whitbread PLC

MARKETING ACTIVITY

Table 5.10: Selected Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Restaurants by Brand (£000), Year Ending September 2006

BUYING BEHAVIOUR

Table 5.11: Adults Who Have Been Out for a Meal in a Restaurant in the Last 12 Months by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (%), 2006

Table 5.12: Frequency of Restaurant Visits in the Last 12 Months (% of adults), 2006

Table 5.13: Users of Restaurants in the Last 3 Months by Type of Restaurant (% of adults), 2006

FORECASTS 2007 TO 2011

Table 5.14: The Forecast UK Restaurants Market by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2007-2011

6. Fast Food and Takeaways

DEFINITION

KEY TRENDS

MARKET SIZE

Table 6.1: The UK Fast-Food and Takeaways Market by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2002-2006

MARKET SEGMENTATION

Sandwiches

Table 6.2: The UK Sandwich Sector by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2002-2006

Burgers

Table 6.3: The UK Burgers Sector by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2002-2006

Fish and Chips

Table 6.4: The UK Fish and Chips Sector by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2002-2006

Pizza

Table 6.5: The UK Pizza Sector by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2002-2006

Chicken

Table 6.6: The UK Chicken Sector by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2002-2006

Other Fast Food and Takeaways

Table 6.7: The UK `Other Fast-Food and Takeaways' Sector 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, 2006

Sandwiches

Benjys Group Holdings Ltd

Greggs PLC

O'Briens Irish Sandwich Bars (UK) Ltd

Pret A Manger (Europe) Ltd

Subway

Burgers

BurgerKing Ltd

McDonald's Restaurants Ltd

Wimpy Restaurants Group Ltd

Pizza

Domino's Pizza UK & Ireland PLC

Perfect Pizza Ltd

Pizza Hut

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, 2005 and 2006

Compass Group PLC

MARKETING ACTIVITY

Table 6.10: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Selected Fast-Food Brands (£000), Year Ending September 2006

BUYING BEHAVIOUR

Table 6.11: Adults Who Have Eaten Takeaway Foods in the Last 12 Months by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (%), 2006

Table 6.12: Frequency of Getting Takeaway Foods in the Last 12 Months by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (% of adults), 2006

FORECASTS 2007 TO 2011

Table 6.13: The Forecast UK Fast-Food and Takeaways Market by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2007-2011

7. Contract Catering and Foodservice Management

DEFINITION

KEY TRENDS

MARKET SIZE

Table 7.1: The UK Contract Catering and Foodservice Management Market by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2002-2006

MARKET SEGMENTATION

Business and Industry

Table 7.2: The UK Business and Industry Contract Catering and Foodservice Management Sector by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp and %), 2002-2006

Education

Table 7.3: The UK Education Contract Catering and Foodservice Management Sector by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp and %), 2002-2006

Public

Table 7.4: The UK Public Contract Catering and Foodservice Management Sector by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp and %), 2002-2006

Healthcare

Table 7.5: The UK Healthcare Contract Catering and Foodservice Management Sector by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp and %), 2002-2006

Other Contract Catering and Foodservice Management

Table 7.6: The UK Other Contract Catering and Foodservice Management Sector by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp and %), 2002-2006

SUPPLY STRUCTURE

Number of UK Businesses

Table 7.7: Number of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged in Catering, 2002-2006

By Turnover

Table 7.8: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged in Catering by Turnover Sizeband (number), 2002-2006

Table 7.9: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged in Catering by Turnover Sizeband (%), 2002-2006

Employment

Table 7.10: Number of Employees in the Canteen and Catering Industries in Great Britain (000), 2001-2005

Table 7.11: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Local Units Engaged in Catering by Employment Sizeband (number and %), 2006

MAJOR PLAYERS

Aramark Ltd

Avenance PLC

Compass Group PLC

Initial Catering Services Ltd

Sodexho Ltd

WSH Group Ltd

Other Companies

Charlton House Catering Services Ltd

Lindley Catering Ltd

Massarella Catering Ltd

OCS Group Ltd

BUYING BEHAVIOUR

Household Expenditure

Table 7.12: Average Weekly Expenditure by UK Households on Contract Catering, Workplace Meals and School Meals (£), 2000/2001-2004/2005

By Income

Table 7.13: UK Average Weekly Household Expenditure on Contract Catering (Food) and Canteens by Income Decile Group (£), 2004/2005

By Age

Table 7.14: UK Average Weekly Household Expenditure on Contract Catering (Food) and Canteens by Age of Household Reference Person (£), 2004/2005

By Region

Table 7.15: UK Average Weekly Household Expenditure on Contract Catering (Food) and Canteens by Government Office Region (£), 2004/2005

Education

Survey Findings

Healthcare 125

Table 7.16: Standard of Hospital Food in England (number of hospitals and %), 2004-2006

FORECASTS 2007 TO 2011

Table 7.17: The Forecast UK Contract Catering and Foodservice Management Market by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2007-2011

8. Hotels

DEFINITION

KEY TRENDS

MARKET SIZE

Total Sales

Table 8.1: The UK Hotels Market — Total Sales by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2002-2006

Corporate Sector

Table 8.2: The UK Hotels Market — Corporate Sales by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2002-2006

Consumer Sector

Table 8.3: The UK Hotels Market — Consumer Sales by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2002-2006

Catering Sales

Table 8.4: The UK Hotels Market — Catering Sales by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp and %), 2002-2006

SUPPLY STRUCTURE

Number of UK Businesses

Table 8.5: Number of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged as Hotels and Motels, 2002-2006

By Turnover

Table 8.6: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged as Hotels and Motels by Turnover Sizeband (number), 2002-2006

Table 8.7: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged as Hotels and Motels by Turnover Sizeband (%), 2002-2006

Employment

Table 8.8: Number of Employees in the Hotel Industry in Great Britain (000), 2001-2005

Table 8.9: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Local Units Engaged as Hotels and Motels by Employment Sizeband (number and %), 2006

MAJOR PLAYERS

Accor UK Economy Hotels Ltd

Best Western

Choice Hotels Europe

Corus Hotels PLC

De Vere Group PLC

Hilton International

InterContinental Hotels PLC

Jarvis Hotels Ltd

Macdonald Hotels and Resorts Ltd

Millennium & Copthorne Hotels PLC

Premier Travel Inn Ltd

Thistle Hotels Ltd

Travelodge Hotels Ltd

MARKETING ACTIVITY

Table 8.10: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Hotels by Brand (£000), Year Ending September 2006

FORECASTS 2007 TO 2011

The Total Market

Table 8.11: The Forecast UK Hotels Market — Total Sales by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2007-2011

Catering Sales

Table 8.12: The Forecast UK Hotels Market — Catering Sales by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp and %), 2007-2011

9. Public Houses

DEFINITION

KEY TRENDS

MARKET SIZE

The Total Market

Table 9.1: The UK Public Houses Market by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2002-2006

Public Houses and Pub Restaurants

Table 9.2: Catering Sales by Public Houses and Pub Restaurants by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2002-2006

SUPPLY STRUCTURE

Number of UK Businesses

Table 9.3: Number of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged as Licensed Clubs and Pubs, 2002-2006

By Turnover

Table 9.4: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged as Licensed Clubs and Pubs by Turnover Sizeband (number), 2002-2006

Table 9.5: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged as Licensed Clubs and Pubs by Turnover Sizeband (%), 2002-2006

Employment

Table 9.6: Number of Employees in Pubs and Bars in Great Britain (000), 2001-2005

Table 9.7: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Local Units Engaged as Licensed Clubs and Pubs by Employment Sizeband (number and %), 2006

MAJOR PLAYERS

Table 9.8: Selected Leading Pub Operators by Area of Operation and Number of Pubs, 2006

Punch Taverns PLC

Enterprise Inns PLC

Marstons PLC (The Wolverhampton & Dudley Breweries PLC)

Greene King PLC

Mitchells & Butlers PLC

Admiral Taverns Ltd

Spirit (SGL) 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, 2006

MARKETING ACTIVITY

Table 9.10: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Beer by Brand (£000), Year Ending September 2006

BUYING BEHAVIOUR

Table 9.11: Adults Who Visit Pubs for a Drink or a Meal by Sex, Age, Social Grade and Region (%), 2006

Table 9.12: Frequency of Pub Usage for Drinks or Meals in the Day and in the Evening by Sex (% of adults), 2006

FORECASTS 2007 TO 2011

Table 9.13: The Forecast UK Public Houses Market by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2007-2011

10. Other Catering Markets

DEFINITION

KEY TRENDS

LICENSED CLUBS

Definition

Market Size

Table 10.1: The Total UK Market for Catering at Licensed Clubs by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2002-2006

Supply Structure

Major Players

Gala Coral 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 on Nightclubs/Discotheques, Sports/Football Pools/Lottery/Bingo and Clubs/Associations (£000), Year Ending September 2006

Buying Behaviour

Table 10.3: Frequency of Visits to Nightclubs by Sex, Age, Social Grade, Marital Status and Region (% of adults), 2006

Table 10.4: Frequency of Visits to Other Licensed Clubs by Sex, Age, Social Grade, Marital Status and Region, (% of adults), 2006

Forecasts 2007 to 2011

Table 10.5: The Forecast UK Market for Catering at Licensed Clubs by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2007-2011

HOLIDAY CAMPS/VILLAGES AND CARAVAN/CAMPING SITES

Definition

Market Size

Table 10.6: The UK Market for Catering at Holiday Camps/Villages and Caravan/Camping Sites by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2002-2006

Supply Structure

Number of UK Businesses

Table 10.7: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged as Camping/Caravan Sites by Turnover Sizeband (number), 2002-2006

Table 10.8: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged as Camping/Caravan Sites by Turnover Sizeband (%), 2002-2006

Table 10.9: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged as Holiday Centres/Villages or Other Self-Catering Accommodation by Turnover Sizeband (number), 2002-2006

Table 10.10: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Enterprises Engaged as Holiday Centres/Villages or Other Self-Catering Accommodation by Turnover Sizeband (number), 2002-2006

Employment

Table 10.11: Analysis of UK VAT-Based Local Units Engaged as Caravan/Camping Sites by Employment Sizeband (number and %), 2006

Table 10.12: Number of UK VAT-Based Local Units Engaged as Holiday Centres/Villages and Other Self-Catering Accommodation by Employment Sizeband (number and %), 2006

Major Players

Bourne Leisure Ltd

Center Parcs (UK) Group Ltd

Pontins Ltd

Marketing Activity

Table 10.13: Main Media Advertising Expenditure on Holiday Resorts (£000), Year Ending September 2006

Forecasts 2007 to 2011

Table 10.14: The Forecast UK Market for Catering at Holiday Camps/Villages and Caravan/Camping Sites by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2007-2011

11. A Global Perspective

WORLD TOURISM

Table 11.1: International Tourist Arrivals and Receipts (million and $bn), 2001-2005

Table 11.2: The World's Leading Tourism Destinations by International Tourist Arrivals (million and %), 2005

SELECTED CATERING MARKETS

Restaurants

Table 11.3: Share of Household Consumption Expenditure Taken by Restaurants and Hotels in the EU25 Countries (%), 2001-2005

Contract Catering and Foodservice Management

Table 11.4: Estimated Value of the Global Market for Contract Catering and Foodservice Management by Value (£bn and %), 2001-2005

Table 11.5: Shares of the Catering Market Taken by Contractors by Global Region (%), 2005

Table 11.6: The European Catering/Foodservice Market by Meals Served and Contract Caterer Turnover by Country (million, _m and %), 2005

Hotels

Table 11.7: Number of Hotels and Similar Establishments† in the EU25 Countries, 2001-2005

12. The Future

INTRODUCTION

The Economy

Gross Domestic Product

Table 12.1: Forecast UK Growth in Gross Domestic Product in Real Terms (%), 2006-2010

Population

Table 12.2: Forecast UK Resident Population by Sex (000), Mid-Years 2006-2010

Inflation

Table 12.3: Forecast UK Rate of Inflation (%), 2006-2010

Unemployment

Table 12.4: Forecast Actual Number of Unemployed Persons in the UK (million), 2006-2010

FORECASTS 2007 TO 2011

Table 12.5: The Forecast Total UK Catering Market by Value at Current Prices (£m at rsp), 2007-2011

Restaurants

Fast Food and Takeaways

Contract Catering and Foodservice Management

Hotels

Public Houses

Other Catering Market

FUTURE TRENDS

Merger and Takeover Activity

Bed Tax

Incoming Tourism Market

Impact of the Smoking Ban

13. Consumer Confidence

METHODOLOGY

KEY FINDINGS THIS QUARTER

THE WILLINGNESS TO BORROW

Confidence Slips Slightly

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 2005-2006

Significantly More Adults Are Willing to Borrow

Table B: The Number of Adults Willing to Borrow in Order to Purchase Expensive Items (000 and %), November 2005-2006

SPENDING FROM SAVINGS

Little Change in Spending 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 2005-2006

Saving Grows in Relative Importance

Table D: The Average Amounts Adults Are Confident Spending to Purchase Expensive Items (£ and %), November 2005-2006

14. Further Sources

Associations

General Sources

Government Publications

Other Sources

Bisnode Sources

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