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Detergents and laundry, 20
Precautions and advice, 21
General safety, 21 Disposal, 21 Saving energy and respecting the environment, 21
Care and maintenance, 22
Cutting off the water or electricity supply, 22 Cleaning your appliance, 22 Cleaning the detergent dispenser, 22 Caring for your appliance door and drum, 22 Cleaning the pump, 22 Checking the water inlet hose, 22
Troubleshooting, 23 Service, 24
Before calling for Assistance, 24
Keep this instruction manual in a safe place for future reference. Should the appliance be sold, transferred or moved, make sure the instruction manual accompanies the washing machine to inform the new owner as to its operation and features. Read these instructions carefully: they contain vital information on installation, use and safety.
Levelling your appliance correctly will provide it with stability and avoid any vibrations, noise and shifting during operation. If it is placed on a fitted or loose carpet, adjust the feet in such a way as to allow enough room for ventilation beneath the washing machine.
Unpacking and levelling
Electric and water connections
Connecting the water inlet hose
1. Unpack the washing machine. 2. Check whether the washing machine has been damaged during transport. If this is the case, do not install it and contact your retailer. 3. Remove the four protective screws and the rubber washer with the respective spacer, situated on the rear of the appliance (see figure).
1. Insert seal A into the end of the inlet hose and screw the latter onto a cold water tap with a 3/4 gas threaded mouth (see figure). Before making the connection, allow the water to run freely until it is perfectly clear. 2. Connect the other end of the water inlet hose to the washing machine, screwing it onto the appliance's cold water inlet, situated on the top right-hand side on the rear of the appliance (see figure).
4. Seal the gaps using the plastic plugs provided. 5. Use the plug provided to seal the three holes where the plug was housed, situated on the lower right-hand side on the rear of your appliance. 6. Keep all the parts: you will need them again if the washing machine needs to be moved to another location.
3. Make sure there are no kinks or bends in the hose.
Packaging materials are not children's toys.
The water pressure at the tap must be within the
values indicated in the Technical details table (on the next page).
1. Install the washing machine on a flat sturdy floor, without resting it up against walls, furniture cabinets or other. 2. If the floor is not perfectly level, compensate for any unevenness by tightening or loosening the adjustable front feet (see figure); the angle of inclination, measured according to the worktop, must not exceed 2.
If the water inlet hose is not long enough, contact
a specialist store or an authorised serviceman.
Connecting the drain hose
Do not use extensions or multiple sockets.
Connect the drain hose, without bending it, to a draining duct or a wall drain situated between 65 and 100 cm from the floor;
The power supply cable must never be bent or dangerously compressed. The power supply cable must only be replaced by an authorised serviceman.
Warning! The company denies all liability if and when these norms are not respected.
The first wash cycle
alternatively, place it over the edge of a basin, sink or tub, fastening the duct supplied to the tap (see figure). The free end of the hose should not be underwater. Once the appliance has been installed, and before you use it for the first time, run a wash cycle with detergent and no laundry, setting the 90C programme without a pre-wash cycle.
We advise against the use of hose extensions; in case of absolute need, the extension must have the same diameter as the original hose and must not exceed 150 cm in length.
Model WIE 107 59.5 cm wide 85 cm high 53,5 cm deep from 1 to 5 kg voltage 220/230 Volts 50 Hz maximum absorbed power 1850 W
Before plugging the appliance into the mains socket, make sure that: the socket is earthed and in compliance with the applicable law; the socket is able to sustain the appliance's maximum power load indicated in the Technical details table (on the right); the supply voltage is included within the values i ndicated on the Technical details table (on the right); the socket is compatible with the washing machine's plug. If this is not the case, replace the socket or the plug. outdoor environment, not even when the area is sheltered, because it may be very dangerous to leave it exposed to rain and thunderstorms.
Dimensions Capacity Electric connections Water connections Spin speed Control programmes according to IEC456 directive
maximum pressure 1 MPa (10 bar) minimum pressure 0.05 MPa (0.5 bar) drum capacity 46 litres up to 1000 rpm
programme 2; temperature 60C; run with a load of 5 kg. This appliance is compliant with the following European Community Directives: - 73/23/CEE of 19/02/73 (Low Voltage) and subsequent amendments - 89/336/CEE of 03/05/89 (Electromagnetic Compatibility) and subsequent amendments
The washing machine should not be installed in an
When the washing machine is installed, the mains socket must be within easy reach.
Washing machine description
Detergent dispenser SPIN
TEMPERATURE DELAY TIMER
Detergent dispenser to add detergent and fabric softener (see page 20). SPIN button to adjust the spin speed or exclude it altogether (see page 19). DELAY TIMER button to delay the start of the set programme for a maximum period of 24 hours (see page 19). TEMPERATURE button to adjust the wash temperature (see page 19). Display to programme the washing machine and follow the wash cycle progress (see opposite page).
FUNCTION buttons: to select the functions available. The button corresponding to the function selected will remain on. START/RESET button to start the programmes or cancel any incorrect settings. START/STOP button to turn the washing machine on and off. Control knob to select the wash programmes. The knob stays still during the cycle.
In addition to being a practical tool to programme your appliance (see page 19), the display provides useful information concerning the wash cycle. Once you have pressed the START/RESET button to start the programme, the display will indicate the amount of time left until the end of the wash cycle. If a delayed start has been set (using the Delay Timer, see page 19), the delay time will be indicated on the display.
Installation Description Programmes
Door lock: If the symbol is on, the washing machine door is locked to prevent it from being opened accidentally. To avoid any damages, wait for the symbol to switch itself off before you open the appliance door. At the end of the programme, the word END is displayed.
In the event of an anomaly, an error code will appear, such as: F-01, which should be communicated to the Service Centre (see page 24).
Precautions Care Troubleshooting
This programme allows you to store your favourite or most-used wash cycle. ; the All you have to do is set the desired programme and, once it has started, turn the KNOB to position wash cycle will be stored automatically and the word MEMO appears on the display, flashing for a few seconds. ; you will be able to Subsequently, you can start the "MEMO" cycle by simply turning the KNOB to position see the temperature/spin cycle/delay timer values by pressing the corresponding buttons; you will also be able to modify them but this variation will only be valid for the programme in progress and it will not be stored in the "MEMO" cycle. If you want to store a new wash cycle, repeat the above-mentioned operations.
Starting and Programmes
Briefly: starting a programme
1. Turn the washing machine on by pressing button. 2. Load your laundry into the washing machine and shut the appliance door. 3. Set the knob to the desired programme. The estimated duration of the selected programme is displayed. The temperature and spin speed are automatically set according to the programme (to change them, see page 19). 4. Select any functions (see page 19). 5. Add the detergent and any fabric softener (see page 20). 6. Start he programme by pressing the START/RESET button. To cancel it, keep the START/RESET button pressed for at least 2 seconds. 7. When the programme has ended, the word END is displayed. Take out your laundry and leave the appliance door ajar to allow the drum to dry thoroughly. 8. Turn the washing machine off by pressing button.
C ycle Stain rem oval length D escrip tion of wash cycle op tion/b leach (m inutes)
Typ e of fab ric and d egree of soil P rogra m m es Tem p e rature D etergent prew as h w as h Fabric softener
Extremely soiled whites (sheets, tablecloths, etc.) Extremely soiled whites (sheets, tablecloths, etc.) Heavily soiled whites and fast colours Heavily soiled whites and delicate colours Sligh tly soiled w hites and delicate colou rs (sh irts, ju mpers, etc.) Heavily soiled fast colours (baby linen, etc.) Heavily soiled fast colours (baby linen, etc.) W oo l Very delicate fabrics (cu rtain s, silk, viscose, etc.)
90 C 90 C 60 C 40 C 40 C
D elicate/ Tradition al D elicate/ Tradition al D elicate/ Tradition al D elicate/ Tradition al D elicate D elicate
Pre-wash, wash cycle, rinse cycles, intermediate and final spin cycles Wash cycle, rinse cycles, intermediate and final spin cycles Wash cycle, rinse cycles, intermediate and final spin cycles Wash cycle, rinse cycles, intermediate and final spin cycles Wash cycle, rinse cycles, intermediate and final spin cycles Wash cycle, rin se cycles, anticrease or delicate spin cycle Wash cycle, rin se cycles, anticrease or delicate spin cycle W ash cycle, rin se cycles , an ticrease an d delicate spin cycle W ash cycle, rin se cycles, an ticrease o r drain in g cycle Wash cycle, rinse cycles, intermediate and final spin cycles Wash cycle, rinse cycles, intermediate and final spin cycles Wash cycle, rin se cycles, delicate spin cycle W ash cycle, rin se cycles an d delicate spin cycle
Cold w ash (w ithout detergents), w ash cycle, rinse cycles, and delicate spin cycle
40 C 40 C 30 C
Tim e 4 yo u
Heavily soiled whites and fast colours Sligh tly soiled w hites and delicate colou rs (sh irts, ju mpers, etc.) Delicate colours (all types of slightly soiled garments) Delicate colours (all types of slightly soiled garments)
60 C 40 C
S po rt
Sports shoes (MAX. 2 pairs) Fabrics for sportsw ear (Tracksuits, shorts, etc.)
M EM O 30 C
Wash cycle, rinse cycles, intermediate and final spin cycles
A llo w s for an y w ash cycle to be stored (see page 17). D elicate/ Tradition al
PAR TIAL P R OGR AM M E S R in se Spin D rain R in se cycles an d spin cycle Draining and spin cycle D rain in g
Notes -For programmes 7 and 8, we advise against exceeding a wash load of 3.5 kg. -For programme 12 we advise against exceeding a wash load of 2 kg. -For the anti-crease function: see Easy iron, opposite page. The information contained in the table is purely indicative. Special programme Daily (programme 10 for Synthetics) is designed to wash lightly soiled garments in a short amount of time: it only lasts 30 minutes and allows you to save on both time and energy. By setting this programme (10 at 30C), you can wash different fabrics together (except for woollen and silk items), with a maximum load of 3 kg. We recommend the use of liquid detergent.
Setting the spin cycle
If, when the appliance is switched on, the KNOB is positioned appears. Press on a programme with a spin cycle, a fixed button and the maximum spin speed allowed for the programme set will be displayed, and the icon flashes. Press it again and the values lower until they reach OFF, which indicates that the spin cycle has been excluded (press it again to go back to the maximum value); stop on the desired speed, after approximately 2 seconds the setting is accepted: the symbol remains fixed. The spin cycle setting is enabled with all the programmes except for 6 and the Draining cycle. Press the button and you will see the word OFF on the display, while the relative symbol flashes. Press the button again and "1h" appears, that is, a delay of one hour (this can reach up to 24h); stop on the "desired" delay; after approximately 2 seconds the setting is accepted, following which, the time for the set programme appears on the display remains on. and the symbol If you now press the START/RESET button, the set "delay" appears; this decreases every hour until the start of the cycle. In this phase, the "delay" can only be modified by decreasing it. The Delay Timer regulation is enabled with all programmes.
Setting the Delay Timer
If, when the appliance is switched on, the KNOB is positioned on a programme for which the temperature and the maximum temperature allowed for the needs to be regulated, a fixed appears. Press button programme set will be displayed and the icon flashes. Press it again and the temperature lowers until it reaches OFF, which indicates a cold wash cycle (press it again to go back to the maximum value); stop on the desired value, after approximately 2 seconds the setting is accepted: the symbol remains fixed. The temperature adjustment is enabled with all wash programmes.
Setting the temperature
To enable a function: 1. press the button corresponding to the desired function, according to the table below; 2. the function is enabled when the corresponding button is illuminated. Note: The rapid flashing of the button indicates that the corresponding function cannot be selected for the programme set. If you set a function that is incompatible with another function you selected previously, only the last one selected will be enabled.
Function Effect Bleaching cycle designed to remove the toughest stains. Increases the efficiency of the rinse. This option reduces the amount of creasing on fabrics, making them easier to iron. Comments Please remember to pour the bleach into extra compartment 4 (see page 20). This function is incompatible with the EASY IRON function. Recommended when the appliance has a full load or with large quantities of detergent. When this function is set, programmes 4, 5, 6 will end, with the laundry left to soak (Anti-crease), and the relative button flashes: - to conclude the cycle, press the START/RESET button or the EASY IRON button; - to run the draining cycle alone, set the knob to the relative symbol and press the START/RESET button. This function is incompatible with the STAIN REMOVAL function. Enabled with programmes: 2, 3, 4, Rinse cycle. 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, Rinse cycle.
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, Rinse cycle.
Detergents and laundry
Good washing results also depend on the correct dose of detergent: adding too much detergent won't necessarily make for a more efficient wash, and may in fact cause build up on the interior of your appliance and even pollute the environment. Open up the detergent dispenser and pour in the detergent and fabric softener, as follows.
The use of extra compartment 4 excludes the possibility of using the pre-wash cycle. In addition, the bleach cycle cannot be run with programmes 6 (Silk) and Daily (see page 18).
Preparing your laundry
Divide your laundry according to: - the type of fabric/the symbol on the label. - the colours: separate coloured garments from whites. Empty all pockets and check for loose buttons. Do not exceed the weight limits stated below, which refer to the weight when dry: Sturdy fabrics: max 5 kg Synthetic fabrics: max 2.5 kg Delicate fabrics: max 2 kg Wool: max 1 kg
How much does your laundry weigh?
compartment 1: Detergent for pre-wash (powder) Before pouring in the detergent, make sure that extra compartment 4 has been removed. compartment 2: Detergent for the wash cycle (powder or liquid) Liquid detergent should only be poured in immediately prior to the wash cycle start. compartment 3: Additives (fabric softeners, etc.) The fabric softener should not overflow from the grid. extra compartment 4: Bleach
sheet 400-500 g pillow case 150-200 g tablecloth 400-500 g bathrobe 900-1,200 g towel 150-250 g
Curtains: fold curtains and place them in a pillow case or mesh bag. Wash them separately without exceeding half the appliance load. Use programme 6 which excludes the spin cycle automatically. Quilted coats and windbreakers: if they are padded with goose or duck down, they can be machine-washed. Turn the garments inside out and load a maximum of 2-3 kg, repeating the rinse cycle once or twice and using the delicate spin cycle. Wool: for best results, use a specific detergent, taking care not to exceed a load of 1 kg.
Do not use hand wash detergent because it may form too much foam.
Traditional bleach should be used on sturdy white fabrics, and delicate bleach for coloured fabrics, synthetics and for wool.
Place extra compartment 4, provided, into compartment 1. When pouring in the bleach, be careful not to exceed the "max" level indicated on the central pivot (see figure). To run the bleach cycle alone, pour the bleach into extra compartment 4 and set the Rinse programme. To bleach during a wash cycle, pour in the detergent and fabric softener, set the desired programme and enable the Stain removal function (see page 19).
Precautions and advice
The washing machine was designed and built in compliance with the applicable international safety regulations. The following information is provided for your safety and should consequently be read carefully.
Disposing of an old washing machine: before scrapping your appliance, cut the power supply cable and remove the appliance door.
This appliance has been designed for nonprofessional, household use and its functions must not be changed. This washing machine should only be used by adults and in accordance with the instructions provided in this manual. Never touch the washing machine when barefoot or with wet or damp hands or feet. Do not pull on the power supply cable to unplug the appliance from the electricity socket. Pull the plug out yourself. Do not open the detergent dispenser while the appliance is in operation. Do not touch the drain water as it could reach very high temperatures. Never force the washing machine door: this could damage the safety lock mechanism designed to prevent any accidental openings. In the event of a malfunction, do not under any circumstances touch internal parts in order to attempt repairs. Always keep children well away from the appliance while in operation. The appliance door tends to get quite hot during the wash cycle. Should it have to be moved, proceed with the help of two or three people and handle it with the utmost care. Never try to do this alone, because the appliance is very heavy. Before loading your laundry into the washing machine, make sure the drum is empty.
Saving energy and respecting the environment
Environmentally-friendly technology If you only see a little water through your appliance door, this is because thanks to the latest Indesit technology, your washing machine only needs less than half the amount of water to get the best results: an objective reached to respect the environment. Saving on detergent, water, energy and time To avoid wasting resources, the washing machine should be used with a full load. A full load instead of two half loads allows you to save up to 50% on energy. The pre-wash cycle is only necessary on extremely soiled garments. Avoiding it will save on detergent, time, water and between 5 and 15% energy. Treating stains with a stain remover or leaving them to soak before washing will cut down the need to wash them at high temperatures. A programme at 60C instead of 90C or one at 40C instead of 60C will save up to 50% on energy. Use the correct quantity of detergent depending on the water hardness, how soiled the garments are and the amount of laundry you have, to avoid wastage and to protect the environment: despite being biodegradable, detergents do contain ingredients that alter the natural balance of the environment. In addition, avoid using fabric softener as much as possible. If you use your washing machine from late in the afternoon until the early hours of the morning, you will help reduce the electricity board's peak load. The Delay Timer option (see page 19) helps to organise your wash cycles accordingly. If your laundry has to be dried in a tumble dryer, select a high spin speed. Having the least water possible in your laundry will save you time and energy in the drying process.
Description Programmes Detergents Precautions Care Troubleshooting
Disposing of the packaging material: observe local regulations, so the packaging can be re-used.
Care and maintenance
Cutting off the water or electricity supply
Turn off the water tap after every wash. This will limit the wear of your appliance's water system and also prevent leaks. Unplug your appliance when cleaning it and during all maintenance operations.
Cleaning the pump
The washing machine is fitted with a self-cleaning pump that does not require any maintenance. Sometimes, small items (such as coins or buttons) may fall into the pre-chamber that protects the pump, situated in the lower part of the same.
Make sure the wash cycle has ended and unplug the appliance.
To access the pre-chamber: 1. using a screwdriver, remove the cover panel on the lower front of the washing machine (see figure);
Cleaning your appliance
The exterior and rubber parts of your appliance can be cleaned with a soft cloth soaked in lukewarm soapy water. Do not use solvents or abrasives.
Cleaning the detergent dispenser
Remove the dispenser by pulling it out (see figure). Wash it under running water; this operation should be repeated frequently.
2. unscrew the lid rotating it anticlockwise (see figure): a little water may trickle out. This is perfectly normal;
Caring for your appliance door and drum
Always leave the appliance door ajar to prevent unpleasant odours from forming. 3. clean the interior thoroughly; 4. screw the lid back on; 5. reposition the panel, making sure the hooks are securely in place before you push it onto the appliance.
Checking the water inlet hose
Check the water inlet hose at least once a year. If you see any cracks, replace it immediately: during the wash cycles, water pressure is very strong and a cracked hose could easily split open.
Never use hoses that have already been used.
Your washing machine could fail to work. Before calling for Assistance (see page 24), make sure the problem can't easily be solved by consulting the following list.
The washing machine won't start. The wash cycle won't start.
The appliance is not plugged into the socket, or not enough to make contact. There has been a power failure. The appliance door is not shut properly (the word DOOR is displayed). The button has not been pressed. The START/RESET button has not been pressed. The water tap is not turned on. A delayed start has been set (using the Delay Timer, see page 19). The water inlet hose is not connected to the tap. The hose is bent. The water tap is not turned on. There is a water shortage. The water pressure is insufficient. The START/RESET button has not been pressed.
The washing machine fails to load water (The wording H2O is displayed).
The washing machine continuously loads and unloads water.
The drain hose is not fitted between 65 and 100 cm from the floor (see page 15). The free end of the hose is underwater (see page 15). The wall drainage system doesn't have a breather pipe. If the problem persists even after these checks, turn off the water tap, switch the appliance off and call for Assistance. If the dwelling is on one of the upper floors of a building, there may be drain trap problems causing the washing machine to load and unload water continuously. In order to avoid such an inconvenience, special anti-drain trap valves are available in shops.
The washing machine does not drain or spin.
The programme does not foresee the draining: some programmes require enabling the draining manually (see page 18). The Easy iron option is enabled: to complete the programme, press the START/RESET button (see page 19). The drain hose is bent (see page 15). The drain duct is clogged. The drum was not unblocked correctly during installation (see page 14). The washing machine is not level (see page 14). The washing machine is closed in between furniture cabinets and the wall (see page 14). The water inlet hose is not screwed on correctly (see page 14). The detergent dispenser is obstructed (to clean it, see page 22). The drain hose is not secured properly (see page 15). The detergent is not suitable for machine washing (it should bear the definition "for washing machines" or "hand and machine wash", or the like). You used too much detergent.
The washing machine vibrates too much during the spin cycle.
The washing machine leaks.
There is too much foam.
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Before calling for Assistance: Check whether you can solve the problem on your own (see page 23); Restart the programme to check whether the problem has been solved; If this is not the case, contact an authorised Technical Service Centre on the telephone number provided on the guarantee certificate.
Always request the assistance of authorised servicemen.
Notify the operator of: the type of problem; the appliance model (Mod.); the serial number (S/N). This information can be found on the data plate situated on the rear of the washing machine.
PETERBOROUGH CITY COUNCIL
PETERBOROUGH EMPLOYMENT LAND REVIEW 2008
Strategic Growth & Development Peterborough City Council April 2008
This report has been produced by officers of Peterborough City Council, in conjunction with the consultancy firm Arup, to assist the Council in reaching decisions on the provision of employment land, through the process of preparation of its Core Strategy and subsequent Development Plan Documents. It has not been approved or adopted by the Council and does not constitute Council policy. Potential development sites referred to in this Review are sites which have been nominated to the Council for consideration. Their inclusion in this Review does not imply any approval or agreement whatsoever by the Council.
Peterborough Employment Land Review 2008
TABLE OF CONTENTS Executive Summary Chapter 1: Introduction
1.1 Introduction 1.2 Aim 1.3 Objectives 1.4 Methodology 1.5 Structure of the Report
STAGE A: THE CURRENT POSITION (TAKING STOCK) Chapter 2: Policy Context
2.1 National Policies 2.1.1 PPS1: Delivering Sustainable Development (2005) 2.1.2 PPS3: Housing (2006) 2.1.3 PPG4: Industrial and Commercial Development and Small Firms (1992) 2.1.4 PPS7: Sustainable Development in Rural Areas (2004) 2.1.5 PPS12: Local Development Frameworks (2004) 2.2 Regional Policies 2.2.1 East of England Draft Regional Spatial Strategy 2.2.2 East of England Regional Economic Strategy 2.3 Local Policy 2.3.1 Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Structure Plan (2003) 2.3.2 Peterborough Local Plan (First Replacement) (2005) 2.3.3 Peterborough Community Strategy (2008) 2.3.4 Peterborough Economic Development Strategy (2005-2016) 2.4 Key Issues from Policies 2.5 Recent Economic Studies of Peterborough 2.5.1 Peterborough Growth Area Study (2004) 2.5.2 Peterborough Pathways to Prosperity: Economic Development Programme (2005)
Chapter 3: The Peterborough Economy
3.1 Population 3.1.1 Size and age structure of Peterborough Population 3.2 Employment Growth 3.2.1 Sectoral Composition 3.2.2 Employment Change by Sector 3.3 Drivers of Change in Peterborough 3.4 Labour Market Balance 3.4.1 Employment 3.4.2 Travel-to-work Patterns 3.5 Workplace Economy 3.6 Economic Well-being 3.6.1 Income 3.6.2 Skills and Qualifications 3.6.3 Deprivation 3.7 Summary
Chapter 4: Land and Property Markets
4.1 Introduction 4.2 Peterborough Property Stock 4.3 Office Markets 4.3.1 National and Regional Context 4.3.2 Demand 4.3.3 Supply/Demand Balance and Development Viability 4.3.4 Future Market Context for Offices 4.3.5 Conclusions on Offices 4.4 Industrial and Warehouse Markets 4.4.1 The National and Regional Context 4.4.2 The Local Market 4.4.3 Demand 4.4.4 Supply/Demand Balance and Development Viability 4.4.5 Smaller Units 4.4.6 Future Market Context for Industrial and Warehousing 4.4.7 Conclusions on Industrial and Warehousing 4.5 Type and Location of Land Requirements
Chapter 5: Employment Sites
5.1 Past Rates of Employment Land Development 5.2 Employment Land Supply at 31 March 2007 5.3 Peterborough Employment Allocations 5.4 Opportunity Areas 5.5 Loss of Employment Land 5.6 Potential Development Sites 5.7 The Potential Future Supply of Employment Land in Peterborough 5.8 Site Appraisal of Existing Employment Allocations 5.9 Existing Employment Allocations Recommended to be Retained 5.10 Existing Employment Allocations Recommended to be Released 5.11 Current Supply to be Carried Forward 5.12 Site Appraisal of Potential New Sites 5.12.1 Market Assessment 5.12.2 Sustainability Assessment 5.13 Summary of Scores 5.14 Qualitative Summary of the Assessment 5.15 Commentary of Results 5.16 Potential New Sites Unsuitable for Employment Development 5.17 Favourable Sites for Employment Development
STAGE A: THE CURRENT POSITION (TAKING STOCK) CHAPTER 2: POLICY CONTEXT This section establishes the planning and economic development policy context for the review. It provides a brief overview of the strategy and policy context relevant to employment and employment land in Peterborough. Emphasis is given to key policies and related documents issued at the national, regional and local level. The primary purpose of this section is to identify and examine the main strategic policy drivers which: determine the requirement for local authorities to assess employment land define the regional and sub-regional objectives to which Peterborough should contribute in the development of its emerging employment land policies highlight the key local economic, social and regeneration objectives and initiatives which should be complemented by emerging employment land policies. 2.1 National Policies Sustainable development is at the heart of all policies i.e. national, regional and local. The UK Government, in its Sustainable Development Strategy (1999), sets out four aims of sustainable development: social progress which recognises the needs of everyone; effective protection of the environment; the prudent use of natural resources; and maintenance of high and stable levels of economic growth and employment. 2.1.1 Planning Policy Statement (PPS) 1: Delivering Sustainable Development (2005) PPS1 sets out the overarching planning policies on the delivery of sustainable development through the planning system. The Government is committed to promoting a strong, stable and productive economy that aims to bring jobs and prosperity for all communities. To achieve these aims, local authorities are expected to carry out an Employment Land Review in order to ensure that sufficient and suitable land is set aside for employment. PPS1 reiterates that planning should facilitate and promote sustainable and inclusive patterns of urban and rural development by: making suitable land available for development in line with economic, social and environmental objectives to improve peoples quality of life; contributing to sustainable economic development; ensuring high quality development through good and inclusive design, and the efficient use of resources; and ensuring that development supports existing communities and contributes to the creation of safe, sustainable, liveable and mixed communities with good access to jobs and key services for all members of the community. 2.1.2 PPS3: Housing (2006) PPS3 encourages the re-use of previously developed land. It also includes guidance that local planning authorities should review all non-housing allocations when reviewing their development plan. PPS3 also emphasises that need for employment sites should be demonstrated by an up to date employment land review.
2.3.2 Peterborough Local Plan (First Replacement) 2005 The Peterborough Local Plan was adopted in 2005. All the policies are saved until July 2008 (and beyond, if agreed by the Secretary of State). The Plan plays an important part in achieving and maintaining the local economy: by attracting inward investment and by allocating land for office, industrial and warehousing development to meet the employment needs of Peterborough. The key aims of the Plan for offices, industry and warehousing are: to allocate land for employment uses in order to encourage inward investment and maintain a growing and healthy economy which meets the needs of Peterborough's population; to control the provision of land for office, industrial and warehousing development to achieve a balance between employment levels and settlement size, and between job growth and population growth; to provide choice for businesses and secure diversity of employment opportunity by allocating sites in a range of locations and sizes and facilitating mixed use development; to ensure employment development occurs in a manner which does not harm the environment or amenity; to facilitate employment development at locations which have good access to the highway network for industrial traffic and which are accessible by means other than the car; to support the rural economy and encourage its diversification. The Plan identifies two main categories of employment areas, namely General Employment Areas and Business Parks. In addition, Policy OIW9 has identified two rural employment sites at Northam Works, Eye Green and Station Road, Thorney. Also, Policy OIW10 encourages employment development within villages which is of an appropriate scale and character. Policy OIW6 restricts non-employment uses within General Employment Areas. Such uses would only be allowed if they satisfy the six criteria that are listed in the plan. However, in the last 5 years, a considerable amount of employment land has been lost to non-employment uses, such as a church in the Eastern Industry, and car showrooms mainly in the Eastern Industry and other areas. 2.3.3 Peterborough Community Strategy (2008) The LDF will be a key mechanism for delivering Peterboroughs Sustainable Community Strategy. The first Community Strategy for Peterborough was produced in 2005 by the Greater Peterborough Partnership, which is the Local Strategic Partnership for the area. This has now been replaced by a new refreshed Strategy for 2008 - 21. It sets out a vision and overall strategy for the future of our city and the surrounding villages and rural areas. It reflects both the agenda for growth and the clear desire to ensure that Peterborough grows the right way, so that economic and population growth leads to genuine improvements in key areas, particularly those where Peterborough currently has specific problems or issues. It recognises that if we are to create a bigger and better Peterborough, then we will have to deal quickly and effectively with the pressing issues of today as well as the plans for tomorrow. The Sustainable Community Strategy vision for Peterborough is: A bigger and better Peterborough that grows the right way and through truly sustainable development and growth: Improves the quality of life of all its people and communities and ensures that all communities benefit from growth and the opportunities it brings; Creates a truly sustainable Peterborough, the urban centre of a thriving sub-regional community of villages and market towns, a healthy, safe and exciting place to live, work and visit, famous as the environment capital of the UK.
Older industrial and warehousing sites can be candidates for redevelopment since they are often seen as low value and low intensity uses. In Peterborough, functional quality larger second hand units can let at around 40 sq m for larger units, an example being a 7,560 sq m unit being offered at Orton Southgate. Among the older stock, a 1950s style unit in the Eastern Industrial area with low quality two storey offices fronting a warehouse with an eaves height of only 4.2m is currently being offered freehold at 480 sq m. Typically, buildings of this sort have a fairly high plot coverage, but even assuming coverage of 50%, this would equate to a value of 2.4m per hectare, a sum considerably in excess of the underlying value of the land for development. Another example is a newer but poorly built and maintained warehouse at Station Road, Whittlesey (just outside the local authority area) where space is being offered at 30 sq m. On the same basis, this might equate to a capital value of around 280 sq m and around 1.4m per ha, less than the value of the land for housing but considerably higher then the value for new employment use. Valuation Office Agency data (Property Report Quarter 1 2007) show that in rental terms Peterborough is significantly less expensive than Cambridge and comparable with Norwich although capital values are lower in Norwich which probably reflects its more peripheral location. Land values are reportedly 650k per ha in Peterborough compared with 750k per ha in Cambridge and 550k per ha in Norwich. This may underestimate prices for good quality stock in Cambridge where constraints on land availability have led to keen pricing. 4.4.5 Smaller Units There is frequently a policy aspiration for developments of smaller units. A good example might be Peterborough Workspace where units are offered on a serviced basis at rents of between 130 sq m to 155 sq m depending on size. It is difficult to assess the value of this space without data on the cost of providing the services but it is unlikely that capital values would justify new development of this type of space without public sector support. The units at the Saracen Business Park in the Eastern Industrial Area are probably as small as the private sector might provide. In this case, the market attraction of the small units is probably enhanced by their availability on a freehold basis. 4.4.6 Future Market Context for Industrial and Warehousing As for offices, in most places there is no fundamental shortage of development opportunities and the consequential mismatch of supply and demand that might drive up rents and land prices, but land values are prone to cyclical fluctuations. In quantitative terms the market consensus as witnessed by the trade press, agents reports and the reports of the major investment companies is that in the short / medium term investment yields will either remain at current levels or marginally soften. Nationally, the medium term picture in the industrial and distribution market is less benign than that for offices. There is no obvious reason why rents should increase at a significant rate but once again the pressure on building costs will affect all construction in the greater South East over the next five years or so and, additionally, industrial and distribution sites are most likely to be affected by the cost of meeting higher environmental and site remediation costs. As a result land values have the potential to fall in constant terms, although Peterborough might be insulated to some degree by the low current rental levels and demand for distribution space. In the industrial and distribution sector, the emphasis is likely to remain on warehousing and a continuing demand for larger units can be expected. The redevelopment of existing sites might well exacerbate the shortage of smaller units. 4.4.7 Conclusions on Industrial and Warehousing Two key conclusions from the data above are that: The balance between take up and availability is reasonably well balanced and does not point to a major overhang of good quality stock
Table 5.3: Opportunity Areas Opportunity Area Site Area Area likely to (hectares) be available for employment development (hectares) 10.Notes
Hospital Opportunity Area, Thorpe Road
London Road Opportunity Area
North Westgate Opportunity Area
Railway Station Opportunity Area South Bank Opportunity Area Total
13.72 17.87 74.84
Peterborough District Hospital is fully operational and its planned relocation must be completed before re-development of the site can proceed. One small site area has been completed for offices (0.17ha). Outline planning permission has recently been granted for a mixed use scheme including 675 dwellings and 7.7 ha of employment. Suitable for comprehensive development. A planning application for a substantial retailled mixed use scheme was submitted in 2007. No major applications are outstanding. A brief for the area has been approved. No major applications are outstanding.
Source: PCC OIW Monitoring Report 2007 (not published)
5.5 Loss of Employment Land The loss of employment land to other (non-B) uses was 95.5 hectares between 1991 and 2007.This is equivalent to an annual employment land loss of approximately 6 hectares. The figures are heavily influenced by the substantial losses in 2002 and 2003 of the former British Sugar and APV Baker sites to housing and a prison respectively. Figure 5.2 shows employment losses since mid 1999. Whilst it is useful to note the level of losses, the rate of employment land loss over time is arguably of greater interest to those planning for other land uses. Unless it is considered both feasible and desirable to prevent the loss of employment land to other uses, it would not be correct to make the simplistic assumption that the losses can be deducted from the gross land requirement. It is, as the name states a loss of employment land to other land uses. The gain in employment land of approximately 17 21.8 hectares per annum recorded since 1986 takes no account of the losses. It reflects the amount of land developed that adds to the stock of land in employment use. The figure is in addition to any employment land churn, i.e. the recycling of employment land for continued employment uses, such as an expansion of floorspace on existing employment land or a change of use within the B1-B8 land use categories.
Figure 5.2: Annual Employment Land Loss since mid 1999
0 1999/2000 2000/2001 2001/2002 2002/2003 2003/2004 2004/2005 2005/2006 2006/2007 Year - 2001/02 is a nine month period ending 31 March 2002
Yes. The site is owned by English Partnerships and the agent is Lambert Smith Hampton
Yes. The agent for the site is Savills.
OIW2.21 Oxney (South)
OIW2.24 Saville Road
OIW2.25 Shrewsbur y Avenue
OIW4.01 Oak Tree
1996, and part was formally identified in the Peterborough Local Plan (First Replacement), adopted in 2005. Yes. The site was formally identified in the Peterborough Local Plan, adopted in 1996. Yes/No. Part of the site was formally identified in the Peterborough Local Plan, adopted in 1996, and part was formally identified in the Peterborough Local Plan (First Replacement), adopted in 2005. No. The site was formally identified in the Peterborough Local Plan (First Replacement), adopted in 2005. Yes. The site was formally identified in the Peterborough Local Plan, adopted in 1996.
Yes, part of the site was lost to a D2 use (Peterborough Community Church).
Yes. The site is owned by English Partnerships
Yes. Part of the original 1996 allocation was developed as Armadillo warehouse. Remainder of the site has permission for a car showroom which is not likely to be implemented.
Yes. A planning application was submitted in 2006 for a warehouse with offices, but this was later withdrawn.
Yes. The site is within a General Employment Area where there are employment activities already taking place. Yes, the site is near other employment uses within the business park, housing and a district centre.
No. A planning application for a retail-led mixed use scheme was recently refused.
OIW4.02 Lynch Wood 1
Yes. The site was formally identified in the Peterborough
No. Planning permission for fourth and final phase of office scheme lapsed.
The site has been identified in the draft Bretton Parish Plan as a suitable site for residential development. Yes
Yes. The agent for the site is Savills
No valid permission for employment development.
Yes, the site is within a business park where there are employment
Peterborou gh Business Park OIW4.03 Lynch Wood 2 Peterborou gh Business Park OIW4.04 Lynch Wood 3 Peterborou gh Business Park
Local Plan, adopted in 1996.
activities already taking place.
No recent development activity within the last 5 years. Site is available.
No valid permission
Yes, the site is within a business park where there are employment activities already taking place.
OIW4.05 Thomas Cook
Yes. The whole site is covered by outline permission. Three schemes have been completed, one of them is a childrens nursery. Two schemes remain under construction. The site also has permission for 90 business units (Peterborough Innovation Centre). Permission for extension of ground floor to provide additional office space and reception has not started Conversion of existing bedroom accommodation at leisure centre to office space was completed in March 2004 Application for a car park was withdrawn. Yes. A planning application for erection of racquet and fitness club was refused. A planning application to extend neighbouring office building was granted
Yes, the site is: i) 400m from housing ii) 400m from floodplain iii) 400m from Nature Cons CWS Bluebell Walk Plantation iv) 400m from A1260 & A47 v) 400m from Thorpe Wood Nature Reserve vi) 800m from housing 800m from the hotel
Yes. The site falls within a business park and is adjacent to employment activities.
Strategic Employment Location (policy E3) in the emerging RSS. Yes. Peterborough is identified as a Key Centre for Development and Change (policy SS3) and a Regionally Strategic Employment Location (policy E3) in the emerging RSS. Yes. Peterborough is identified as a Key Centre for Development and Change (policy SS3) and a Regionally Strategic Employment Location (policy E3) in the emerging RSS. Yes. Peterborough is identified as a Key Centre for Development and Change (policy SS3) and a Regionally Strategic Employment
Yes. The site has been identified for use as an Innovation Centre.
Location (policy E3) in the emerging RSS. OIW9.01 Northam Works, Eye Green The site is: i) adjacent to the Primary Route A47 & A1073 ii) four housing allocations are within a 200m radius iii) within 400m of existing houses iv) 500m away from the Post office vi) 350m from the Library vii) Close to cycle route viii) a brownfield site However, it would only be allocated today if the need for rural employment sites was demonstrated. The site is: i) adjacent to the Thorney by-pass and the area safeguarded for the former railway ii) within 400m of housing iii) Close to library and Post Office iv) No cycle route nearby v) within 400m from existing houses vi) close to library and Post Office vii) a greenfield site However, it would only be allocated today if the need for rural employment sites was demonstrated. Yes, the site is: i) within 400m of Thorpe Road ii) a brownfield site iii) within 400m of housing No. The site could have potential for residential development or development associated with the adjoining Eye Green Gravel Pit local nature reserve as an alternative to employment development. Yes. Peterborough is identified as a Key Centre for Development and Change (policy SS3) and a Regionally Strategic Employment Location (policy E3) in the emerging RSS. Yes. Peterborough is identified as a Key Centre for Development and Change (policy SS3) and a Regionally Strategic Employment Location (policy E3) in the emerging RSS. No No No. The need to provide for at least 20,000 additional jobs by 2021 does not necessarily require the safeguarding of small sites in villages.
It is recognised that the data is limited in detail. The scoring signals the potential for contamination. The potential may not be realised, equally in some cases remedial measures may only be minimal in scale. A more accurate measure would require a detailed site survey.
Table 5.10: Sustainability Assessment
Proximity to public transport
Brownfield / greenfield
Proximity to housing
* Sites marked with an asterisk have been upgraded from a score of 2 to 3 for the criteria indicated. At Market Deeping the initial calculation was exclusive of households in Lincolnshire, which produces an unrealistically low figure. The Southern Expansion land was upgraded to take account of future dwellings permitted and under construction at Hampton.
5.13 Summary of Scores A summary of the findings (based on the marketability and sustainability assessment) for all the potential sites is provided in the Table 5.11 below. Table 5.11: Summary of Scores Site Name
Perkins Surplus South North Werrington 3 Eye 1 Eye 2 Wittering Dogsthorpe Lozenge
Overall score 22 26
Red Brick Farm Norwood, Newborough Land at Dogsthorpe (Paston Parkway/Peterborough Rd) Land at Dogsthorpe (Paston Parkway/Welland Rd) Oxney Road Land at Castor and Ailsworth (Greengate) Eye 3 North Werrington 4 Land to the south east of Thorney by-pass Land Adjacent to Cobblers Fen, Thorney Alwalton Hill Stanground South Land at Eyebury Road Land at Horsey Grange Southern Expansion Land Land at Market Deeping Bridge
5.14 Qualitative Summary of the Assessment This section provides detailed comments regarding the potential sites which have been assessed above. a. Time frame to deliver Most sites score low when it comes to time frame to deliver. All the potential sites (except for Alwalton Hill and Stanground South, which already have outline permission these sites can be developed a lot sooner following approval of reserved matters planning applications) are unlikely to be available for development until 2010, when successful sites are allocated in the Site Allocations DPD. The Opportunity Areas and the existing Local Plan allocated sites are available for development before then, especially those sites which have outline or full permission. b. Proximity to other employment uses The results show that sites that are located closer to other employment uses score higher for example, the Perkins Surplus South and Red Brick Farm sites. The assumption is that if a site is close to existing related uses, business is more likely to thrive. Advantages for employment uses locating closer to each other include economies of scale, cluster development, scope for expansion etc. c. Ownership According to the assessment, it appears that most sites are in single ownership and those that succeed in making their way into the Site Allocations DPD should, in most cases, be easier to develop than sites in multiple ownership. d. Proximity to public transport It has been important to examine the accessibility of each site, in particular the ease with which they could be accessible by public transport. Sites within the urban area and close to the
Constraints a greenfield site existence of a ransom strip will delay implementation loss of agricultural land bus & pedestrian/cycle routes do not currently exist within the site, and will need to be provided Opportunities site already has planning permission site has good access to the A1(M) and A1139 access to the site is possible for pedestrians and cyclists via the existing overbridge crossing of the A1139 Fletton Parkway from Goldhay Way, Orton 18. Stanground South The site lies immediately south of the existing built-up area of Stanground, and development will create a sustainable mixed-use extension to the urban area of the City. The primary use will be residential, but the Local Plan allocates 5.5 hectares to be developed for employment use. The site has outline permission for mixed use development in accordance with these Local Plan provisions. Constraints a greenfield site loss of agricultural land development of this site requires the provision of the A605 Stanground by-pass Opportunities site already has planning permission site is well related to the urban area and existing facilities the proposed by-pass will accommodate traffic from the proposed development as well as existing through traffic flows 19. Land at Eyebury Road This is a relatively isolated site which lies in countryside between Peterborough and Eye. Development would destroy the green wedge that separates these two. Eyebury Road is not a suitable road for the additional traffic that would be generated from an employment development on this site. Constraints a greenfield site loss of agricultural land access is poor outside the urban boundary and village envelope site is in a Green Wedge a small proportion of the site is in flood zones 2 and 3A Opportunities owner with a willingness to make the site available for development 20. Land at Horsey Grange The site lies to the south-east of Peterborough, adjoining the local authority boundary and comparatively remote from the existing built-up area of the city. It wraps around the Horsey Toll
Civil War fort, which is a scheduled monument. The site was considered for employment development at the public inquiry into objections to the Peterborough Local Plan (First replacement), but was rejected by the Inspector as being unsuitable. However, if there is a need to find further land to 2021, the site would come back into contention. Constraints a greenfield site outside the urban area boundary proximity to scheduled ancient monument, with high archaeological potential serious traffic implications for A605 through Stanground, unless the by-pass is in place Opportunities good access to the A605, provided the Stanground by-pass is in place 21. Southern Expansion This is a substantial area of land to the south of the existing area of Peterborough, proposed by a developer for a mixed-use urban extension to the city. Employment development could form part of that mix. In principle, the site would appear suitable if substantial expansion of the city onto greenfield land is necessary to deliver the scale of growth proposed by the RSS. Constraints a greenfield site, which includes areas of woodland outside the urban area boundary loss of agricultural land which is BMV close to nature reserves the south-west edge of the site adjoins a scheduled ancient monument at Norman Cross Opportunities good access to the A1(M), A15 and Peterborough parkway system potential to link well to the existing expansion area at Hampton a big site which has potential for employment development as part of a mix of land uses 22. Land at Market Deeping Bridge The site lies immediately adjacent to the local authority boundary with South Kesteven, Lincolnshire. Although development would have good access to local facilities in Market Deeping, it would be poorly related to any existing urban area within Peterborough. The site has been suggested for a mixed-use development, which may give rise to considerably more car use along the A15 to and from Peterborough. Constraints a greenfield site outside the urban area boundary and village envelope loss of agricultural land potential to generate considerably more traffic along the A15 to Peterborough adjacent to floodplain of the River Welland Opportunities good vehicular access from Peterborough Road (former A15), with easy links to A15 convenient for services and facilities in Market Deeping
8.2 Land Supply The potential supply of employment land (for B use class development) in Peterborough consists of known existing sites (allocated in the current Local Plan), including in Opportunity Areas, some of which benefit from an existing planning permission and some of which do not; and new sites which have been put forward to the Council for future consideration. All of these sites have been appraised to assess their suitability for employment development. The study concludes that there is a sufficient potential employment land supply in Peterborough to meet the land demand requirements to 2021, for each of the five identified employment scenarios (Table 5.12 and Table 6.6). The potential overall supply of employment land at 31 March 2007 is 256.15 hectares (Table 5.12). This comfortably exceeds the overall outstanding requirement based on preferred scenario 3 Environment Plus of 198.2 hectares (Table 6.10). The excess represents another four years worth of supply and so, in effect, would enable supply up to 2025, including a 20% additional margin for uncertainty. In recent years, Peterborough has seen a substantial growth in the logistics and distribution sector, which has boosted take-up rates since 2001. The land supply identified in this report would be sufficient in quantitative terms to accommodate such continued growth if, for example, economic scenarios 2 Distribution & Logistics or 5 Going for Growth were pursued (Table 5.12 and Table 6.6). Chapter 4 clearly illustrates that development for all types of employment use (B1, B2 & B8) is likely to be viable on the fringes of Peterborough, even on previously developed land. The supply of previously developed urban fringe sites is limited and it is inevitable that consideration will have to be given to the use of greenfield sites, if the market demand for accessible sites of a suitable scale is to be met. The supply of office land and floorspace clearly outweighs demand. There is no indication that this supply will be taken up in the foreseeable future or duration of the plan period. Indeed, the potential over-supply may act as a disincentive to some investors. Further consideration will need to be given as to how best to utilise the office supply. There is a clear need to strike a balance between providing land for office development within the city centre, where demand is currently low, but there is a policy aspiration to change this; and ensuring that office development is not stifled elsewhere in the city. Outside the Opportunity Areas, there are currently limited city centre sites identified in the potential supply total. Chapter 4 concludes that there is likely to be a continuation of the recent level of demand for industrial and warehousing. The balance between take-up and availability of industrial and warehousing land has been reasonably well balanced, but meeting future demand will require land to be specifically designated for such uses.
A2: Scenario 2: Distribution and Logistics Employment Totals in Thousands
DISTRIBUTION & LOGISTICS Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing Oil & Gas Extraction Other Mining Gas, Electricity & Water Fuel Refining Chemicals Minerals Metals Machinery & Equipment Electrical & Optical Equipment Transport Equipment Food, Drink & Tobacco Textiles & Clothing Wood & Wood Products Paper, Printing & Publishing Rubber & Plastics Other Manufacturing Construction Retailing Wholesaling Hotels & Catering Transport Communications Banking & Insurance Business Services Other F&Bs Public Admin. & Defence Education Health Other Total Employment 2001 0.74 0.07 0.19 0.29 0.31 0.78 6.16 0.60 0.62 1.27 0.05 0.20 3.23 0.36 0.32 2.77 11.71 6.90 4.64 5.09 2.93 7.10 12.58 2.02 3.68 6.01 8.54 4.10 93.0.73 0.11 0.17 0.23 0.28 0.70 6.11 0.44 0.56 1.28 0.02 0.22 3.36 0.25 0.30 2.93 11.82 7.11 4.77 5.00 2.69 6.70 12.61 1.90 3.52 5.85 8.04 4.24 91.0.75 0.09 0.17 0.23 0.30 0.69 6.00 0.39 0.53 1.26 0.01 0.22 3.38 0.26 0.23 2.86 11.82 7.10 4.95 5.07 2.68 6.64 12.33 1.97 3.60 6.01 8.25 4.13 91.0.70 0.09 0.16 0.22 0.34 0.68 5.82 0.42 0.50 1.24 0.01 0.23 3.34 0.26 0.18 2.98 11.92 7.22 4.96 5.22 2.58 6.53 12.51 1.93 3.64 6.19 8.38 4.16 92.0.67 0.09 0.16 0.22 0.34 0.65 5.74 0.46 0.48 1.23 0.01 0.24 3.32 0.27 0.12 2.97 11.78 7.35 4.97 5.26 2.65 6.49 12.81 1.90 3.62 6.30 8.54 4.30 92.0.65 0.09 0.16 0.22 0.35 0.63 5.67 0.50 0.46 1.24 0.01 0.25 3.31 0.27 0.08 2.94 11.76 7.55 5.05 5.27 2.81 6.59 13.31 1.89 3.60 6.38 8.63 4.41 94.0.63 0.09 0.16 0.21 0.34 0.61 5.60 0.53 0.45 1.27 0.01 0.25 3.30 0.27 0.08 2.92 11.92 7.88 5.19 5.26 3.01 6.73 13.96 1.90 3.59 6.52 8.80 4.57 96.0.62 0.08 0.16 0.21 0.34 0.59 5.54 0.56 0.44 1.27 0.01 0.25 3.30 0.27 0.07 4.18 12.07 8.22 5.35 5.24 3.22 6.88 14.63 1.91 3.57 6.66 8.93 4.72 99.0.61 0.08 0.16 0.21 0.33 0.56 5.45 0.57 0.42 1.27 0.01 0.25 3.31 0.27 0.07 4.12 12.22 8.54 5.50 5.20 3.41 6.97 15.24 1.93 3.57 6.80 9.04 4.88 100.0.59 0.08 0.16 0.21 0.30 0.53 5.32 0.59 0.41 1.27 0.01 0.25 3.31 0.26 0.07 4.06 12.36 8.87 5.64 5.18 3.58 7.07 15.81 1.95 3.55 6.93 9.15 5.05 102.0.58 0.08 0.16 0.21 0.28 0.50 5.13 0.60 0.40 1.27 0.01 0.25 3.31 0.26 0.07 4.01 12.48 9.19 5.78 5.16 3.73 7.19 16.35 1.96 3.53 7.07 9.28 5.21 104.0.57 0.08 0.16 0.21 0.27 0.48 4.88 0.61 0.39 1.27 0.01 0.25 3.31 0.26 0.07 3.97 12.60 9.52 5.91 5.12 3.87 7.27 16.88 1.98 3.50 7.22 9.42 5.38 105.0.56 0.08 0.15 0.20 0.26 0.46 4.64 0.62 0.37 1.27 0.01 0.25 3.31 0.26 0.07 3.94 13.24 10.15 6.04 5.09 3.99 7.33 17.37 1.99 3.47 7.35 9.55 5.54 107.0.55 0.08 0.15 0.20 0.25 0.44 4.42 0.63 0.36 1.26 0.01 0.24 3.31 0.26 0.06 3.91 13.70 10.78 6.16 5.06 4.10 7.39 17.83 2.00 3.44 7.48 9.68 5.73 109.0.53 0.08 0.15 0.20 0.25 0.43 4.20 0.64 0.34 1.25 0.01 0.24 3.31 0.25 0.06 3.89 14.18 11.12 6.29 5.03 4.19 7.42 18.26 2.02 3.41 7.63 9.82 5.91 111.0.51 0.07 0.15 0.20 0.25 0.41 4.00 0.65 0.33 1.25 0.01 0.24 3.30 0.25 0.06 3.87 14.64 11.44 6.42 5.02 4.28 7.46 18.67 2.03 3.38 7.76 9.96 6.09 112.0.49 0.07 0.15 0.19 0.25 0.39 3.80 0.66 0.32 1.24 0.01 0.24 3.28 0.25 0.05 3.83 14.58 11.73 6.53 5.00 4.39 7.52 19.10 2.04 3.34 7.89 10.07 6.25 113.0.47 0.07 0.15 0.19 0.24 0.36 3.61 0.68 0.30 1.23 0.01 0.24 3.25 0.25 0.04 3.77 14.49 11.99 6.63 4.95 4.52 7.56 19.53 2.03 3.30 7.99 10.16 6.39 114.0.45 0.07 0.14 0.19 0.23 0.33 3.42 0.69 0.28 1.22 0.01 0.24 3.23 0.24 0.02 3.72 14.38 12.25 6.73 4.90 4.66 7.61 19.97 2.02 3.25 8.10 10.25 6.53 115.0.43 0.07 0.14 0.18 0.22 0.31 3.24 0.71 0.26 1.21 0.01 0.24 3.20 0.24 0.01 3.67 14.29 12.52 6.83 4.86 4.79 7.66 20.45 2.02 3.21 8.22 10.34 6.67 116.0.40 0.06 0.14 0.18 0.22 0.28 3.04 0.73 0.24 1.20 0.01 0.24 3.18 0.24 0.00 3.62 14.24 12.79 6.94 4.82 4.93 7.71 20.91 2.02 3.17 8.34 10.45 6.82 116.91
A5: Scenario 5: Going for Growth Employment Totals in Thousands
GOING FOR GROWTH Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing Oil & Gas Extraction Other Mining Gas, Electricity & Water Fuel Refining Chemicals Minerals Metals Machinery & Equipment Electrical & Optical Equipment Transport Equipment Food, Drink & Tobacco Textiles & Clothing Wood & Wood Products Paper, Printing & Publishing Rubber & Plastics Other Manufacturing Construction Retailing Wholesaling Hotels & Catering Transport Communications Banking & Insurance Business Services Other F&Bs Public Admin. & Defence Education Health Other Total Employment 2001 0.74 0.07 0.19 0.29 0.31 0.78 6.16 0.60 0.62 1.27 0.05 0.20 3.23 0.36 0.32 2.77 11.71 6.90 4.64 5.09 2.93 7.10 12.58 2.02 3.68 6.01 8.54 4.10 93.0.73 0.11 0.17 0.23 0.28 0.70 6.11 0.44 0.56 1.28 0.02 0.22 3.36 0.25 0.30 2.93 11.82 7.11 4.77 5.00 2.69 6.70 12.61 1.90 3.52 5.85 8.04 4.24 91.0.75 0.09 0.17 0.23 0.30 0.69 6.00 0.39 0.53 1.26 0.01 0.22 3.38 0.26 0.23 2.86 11.82 7.10 4.95 5.07 2.68 6.64 12.33 1.97 3.60 6.01 8.25 4.13 91.0.70 0.09 0.16 0.22 0.34 0.68 5.82 0.42 0.50 1.24 0.01 0.23 3.34 0.26 0.18 2.98 11.92 7.22 4.96 5.22 2.58 6.53 12.51 1.93 3.64 6.19 8.38 4.16 92.0.67 0.09 0.16 0.22 0.34 0.65 5.74 0.46 0.48 1.23 0.01 0.24 3.32 0.27 0.12 2.97 11.78 7.35 4.97 5.26 2.65 6.49 12.81 1.90 3.62 6.30 8.54 4.30 92.0.65 0.09 0.16 0.22 0.35 0.63 5.67 0.50 0.46 1.24 0.01 0.25 3.31 0.27 0.08 2.94 11.76 7.55 5.05 5.27 2.81 6.59 13.31 1.89 3.60 6.38 8.63 4.41 94.0.63 0.09 0.16 0.21 0.34 0.61 5.60 0.53 0.45 1.27 0.01 0.25 3.30 0.27 0.08 2.92 11.92 7.88 5.19 5.26 3.01 6.73 13.96 1.90 3.59 6.52 8.80 4.57 96.0.62 0.08 0.16 0.21 0.34 0.59 5.54 0.56 0.44 1.27 0.01 0.25 3.30 0.27 0.07 4.18 12.07 8.22 5.35 5.24 3.22 6.88 14.63 1.91 3.57 6.66 8.93 4.72 99.0.61 0.08 0.16 0.21 0.33 0.56 5.47 0.57 0.42 1.27 0.01 0.25 3.31 0.27 0.07 4.12 12.22 8.54 5.50 5.20 3.41 7.04 15.33 1.93 3.57 6.80 9.04 4.88 101.0.59 0.08 0.16 0.21 0.30 0.53 5.35 0.59 0.41 1.28 0.01 0.25 3.32 0.26 0.07 4.06 12.36 8.87 5.64 5.18 3.58 7.22 15.99 1.95 3.55 6.93 9.15 5.05 102.0.58 0.08 0.16 0.21 0.28 0.50 5.19 0.60 0.40 1.29 0.01 0.25 3.33 0.26 0.07 4.01 12.48 9.19 5.78 5.16 3.73 7.42 16.63 1.96 3.53 7.07 9.28 5.21 104.0.57 0.08 0.16 0.21 0.27 0.48 4.97 0.61 0.39 1.30 0.01 0.25 3.46 0.26 0.07 3.97 12.60 9.52 5.91 5.12 3.87 7.57 17.27 1.98 3.50 7.22 9.42 5.38 106.0.56 0.08 0.15 0.20 0.26 0.46 4.76 0.62 0.37 1.31 0.01 0.25 3.47 0.26 0.07 3.94 13.24 10.15 6.04 5.09 3.99 7.70 17.88 1.99 3.47 7.35 9.55 5.54 108.0.55 0.08 0.15 0.20 0.25 0.44 4.57 0.63 0.36 1.31 0.01 0.24 3.48 0.26 0.06 3.91 13.70 10.78 6.16 5.06 4.10 7.84 18.47 2.00 3.44 7.48 9.68 5.73 110.0.53 0.08 0.15 0.20 0.25 0.43 4.39 0.64 0.34 1.31 0.01 0.24 3.48 0.25 0.06 3.89 14.18 11.12 6.29 5.03 4.19 7.95 19.02 2.02 3.41 7.63 9.82 5.91 112.0.51 0.07 0.15 0.20 0.25 0.41 4.22 0.65 0.33 1.32 0.01 0.24 3.49 0.25 0.06 3.87 14.64 11.44 6.42 5.02 4.28 8.07 19.56 2.03 3.38 7.76 9.96 6.09 114.0.49 0.07 0.15 0.19 0.25 0.39 4.07 0.66 0.32 1.32 0.01 0.24 3.59 0.25 0.05 3.83 14.58 11.73 6.53 5.00 4.39 8.21 20.12 2.04 3.34 7.89 10.07 6.25 116.0.47 0.07 0.15 0.19 0.24 0.36 3.91 0.68 0.30 1.32 0.01 0.24 3.57 0.25 0.04 3.77 14.49 11.99 6.63 4.95 4.52 8.33 20.68 2.03 3.30 7.99 10.16 6.39 117.0.45 0.07 0.14 0.19 0.23 0.33 3.77 0.69 0.28 1.32 0.01 0.24 3.56 0.24 0.02 3.72 14.38 12.25 6.73 4.90 4.66 8.46 21.27 2.02 3.25 8.10 10.25 6.53 118.0.43 0.07 0.14 0.18 0.22 0.31 3.63 0.71 0.26 1.32 0.01 0.24 3.63 0.24 0.01 3.67 14.29 12.52 6.83 4.86 4.79 8.60 21.89 2.02 3.21 8.22 10.34 6.67 119.0.40 0.06 0.14 0.18 0.22 0.28 3.49 0.73 0.24 1.32 0.01 0.24 3.62 0.24 0.00 3.62 14.24 12.79 6.94 4.82 4.93 8.73 22.49 2.02 3.17 8.34 10.45 6.82 120.51
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