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The Market The Airport The Rail Rationale . Data supplied and references. CAA data Full market O & D 2003 & 2004 Reduced local area 2003 Map Info Planning enquiry grade drive time profile 1997 census information Locate in Kent data French, German & Benelux companies

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data supplied and references
Data supplied and references
  • CAA data
    • Full market O & D 2003 & 2004
    • Reduced local area 2003
  • Map Info
    • Planning enquiry grade drive time profile
    • 1997 census information
  • Locate in Kent data
    • French, German & Benelux companies
    • Validated LIK research on Kent & East Sussex
slide4
On 30 July, the Prime Minister launched the first of a series of updates on the delivery of the Communities Plan.
  • 120,000 homes and 180,000 jobs in the Thames Gateway area by 2016.
growth areas
Growth areas
  • 2003 – DOPM’s £22bn sustainable communities plan
  • Key growth areas identified include Ashford and Thames Gateway
  • Housing, regeneration, infrastructure and education
  • 116,100 new homes by 2021 in Kent & Medway
  • Ashford – £30m over 3 years, 31,000 new homes and 28,000 new jobs by 2031
  • Thames Gateway Kent – £142.7m over 3 years, 45,000 new homes and 84,000 new jobs by 2021
drive time populations mapinfo
Drive time populations - Mapinfo
  • One hour
    • Private households 1997 454,222
    • Usually resident population 1997 1,101,971
  • Two hour
    • Private households 1997 5,692,768
    • Usually resident population 1997 13,586,581
strong levels of foreign investment
Strong levels of foreign investment
  • 61 French owned companies in Kent with over 8,300 employees
  • 18 French owned companies in East Sussex
  • These include subsidiaries of Bouygues SA, Aventis SA, AXA, Vivendi Environnement SA, La Farge, Michelin, and Eurotunnel…
  • French hotel company Groupe Envergure
transport links
Transport links
  • Eurostar - Fast rail services to the continent via Ashford International Station.
  • CTRL - New high speed rail link connecting the Channel Tunnel to London, greatly reduced travel times to London by 2009
  • Motorway access – 4 major routes connecting Kent to London and the rest of the UK
  • 7 Ports - including Dover, Sheerness and Thamesport
q400 performance
Q400 performance
  • Takeoff Field length
  • ISA, sea level MTOW
  • 1,402 m
embraer 195 performance
Embraer 195 performance
  • Takeoff Field Length
  • ISA, sea level 500nm sector
  • 1,491m
slide17

London Gatwick’s Runway

Demand Vs. Capacity, Winter 2001/2

(Source - Airport Co-ordination Limited)

slide18

London Heathrow - Arrivals

Demand Vs. Runway Capacity, Summer 2001

(Source - Airport Co-ordination Limited)

slide19

1987

6%

1992

6%

1997

9%

2003

21%

Charts Showing Relative London Market Share 1987 – 2003

Heathrow + Gatwick (Blue) Compared to Stansted + Luton (Maroon)

slide20

The UK Market

Passengers - Millions

Average

5.2% growth

the airport
The Airport
  • Strong levels of passenger recognition
  • 1505M runway with PCN 46 ILS Cat 5 RFFS
  • Busy commercial airport in 50’s and 60’s
  • Terminal facilities
  • NASP compliant
  • Customs & Immigration
  • Car parking
  • Proactive management
the rail rationale
The Rail Rationale
  • Passenger transport
    • Incoming
    • Departing
  • Staff transport
  • Fuel transport (aviation)
  • Freight transport