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West London Alliance
West London Boroughs
Aims of the WLA
• To lobby for the interests of the sub-region
• To develop collaborative strategies and
initiatives - socio-economic issues
• To improve provision of public services in West
London - sharing knowledge, expertise and
resources, undertaking joint ventures, and
securing additional resources
West London
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1.4 million population
More than 700,000 jobs
Economy of ВЈ34.2bn Gross Added Value
Heathrow is UK’s international hub airport
London’s largest industrial location – Park
Royal
• Areas of acute deprivation and
disadvantage
Employment Projections to 2031
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Currently 700,000 employees in West London
Population projected to grow by 113,000
Employment to grow by 99,000 jobs
Highest growth rate in Hammersmith & Fulham
Lowest growth in Hounslow (3%) and Hillingdon
(7%)
• West London growth overall 12%
• London generally 17% growth
Businesses
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70,000 workplaces in West London
88% of workplaces employ 10 or less people
9% employ between 11 and 49 people
55,000 registered businesses
Business density of 38.4 Vat registered
businesses per 1000 residents higher than UK
and London except central region
• Largest employers are in Hounslow and
Hillingdon
• 17% are employed in the public sector
West London Employment by Sector
West London Employees by Sector 1991 - 2008
200,000
180,000
Manufacturing
160,000
Construction
140,000
120,000
Distribution, hotels &
restaurants
100,000
Transport & communications
80,000
60,000
Banking & finance
40,000
Public admin,education &
health
20,000
Other services
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Banking, Finance and Insurance
• Largest sector in West London
24%
• Comparatively low when
compared with London-wide
35%
• Competition from overseas
locations for back office type
functions carried out in WL
• 1,020 businesses - Key
locations H&F and Harrow
• Over past 10 years
employment relatively steady
at c.168,000
Transport and Communications
• 16% of Employment in
West London
• Double London Average
• Heathrow workforce
73,436
• Less than half of
Heathrow workers from
West London
Logistics
• 18% of employment
(129,000 jobs)
• Includes transport and
warehousing/ distribution
• Expected increase of
between 12 & 15% in
employment between
2006 and 2026
• Key locations – Heathrow
and Park Royal
Retailing
• Potential significant
growth with estimated
300,000sqm+ increase in
retail floorspace through
to 2021in West London
• 5 Metropolitan, 6 Major
Town & 25 District
Centres
• Heathrow & White City
• Provides �entry’ level
employment
Creative Industries
• Supports between 58,000
& 93,000 jobs depending
on definition (up to13% of
employment)
• BBC in H&F and BSkyB
in Hounslow are key
locations – 2/3rd of
creative jobs
• Very strong growth
between 1998-2008 but
8,000 BBC jobs could go
to Manchester
Health and Social Care
• Growing presence in
West London 9% of
employment – 60,000
employees
• Growth in NHS & Primary
Care Trusts
• Pharmaceutical and Biochemical presence –
GSK HQ in Hounslow
High Technology Services
• 6.5% of employment
– 46,000 jobs
• 1.4%pa growth
• IT firms include Cisco,
Adobe and Apple
• Key locations
Stockley Park, Hatton
Cross, Chiswick Park
and Hammersmith
Tourism and Leisure
• LDA LATI model
estimates 48,000
employed in tourism in
West London compared
with 255,000 across
London
• Experienced 20% growth
between 1998-2005
• Key locations inc
Wembley, Earls Court,
Olympia and Heathrow
Food and Drink
• 13,000 employed in food
& drink manufacturing
more than half of London
wide sector employment
• Unlike elsewhere in
London has been
expanding in West
London
• 8,000 jobs in Food
wholesale activities
• Park Royal key location
with Food Innovation
Centre
Future employment areas
• Heathrow. Broad skills requirements - logistics,
construction, transport and aviation functions as well as
softer skills relating to customer service and hospitality.
• New Development. Crossrail and major sites at
Wembley, Uxbridge, Brent Cross, Southall and later
White City and Earls Court, will need construction skills.
• New Industries? Carbon management, resource
efficiency, land management and Green IT, as well as
risk
management,
sustainable
procurement,
environmental management, design and waste handling.
To Contact Us
West London Alliance, c/o London Borough of Ealing, 3rd Floor S/E Perceval House, 14 - 16 Uxbridge Road,
London, W5 2HL
Ian Nichol, Director
Tel: 0208 825 8905
Mob: 07977 042835
ian.nichol@lbhf.org.uk
Shahnaz Abbasi, Administrative Officer
Tel: 0208 825
shahnaz.abbasi@lbhf.gov.uk
WLA Internet and Extranet - http://www.westlondonalliance.org/
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