Bath Road Central... represents SLOUGH
Slough has the second highest level of productivity per worker in the UK producing Gross Value Add per worker of £71,600, compared to £73,600 per worker in London and 31% above the UK national average.
(ONS, Regional Value Added (Income Approach), 2015 data. ONS 2016, Business Register and Employment Survey,2015 data.)
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Slough is the highest performing centre in the Thames Valley for service exports
increased 35% between 2014 and 2015.
(ONS, 2016, Business Demography, 2015 data)
Slough’s superfast broadband speed is above the national average with 78% of premises’ also able to access Ultrafast broadband compared to the UK national average of 51%.
(Thinkbroadband, Q1 2017)
The number of businesses operating in Slough increased 42% over the last five years, the highest of any city in the UK.
(ONS 2016, Business Demography 2015 & 2014 data)
Slough has a highly educated workforce with 69% of pupils in the area achieving five or more 5A* – C GCSEs, the highest in the country compared to the national average of 58%.
37% of Slough’s working age population is qualified to NVQ4 or degree level, one of the top 15 cities in the UK and above the national average.
(NOMIS, Annual Population Survey/Department for Education 2012, GCSE and Equivalent Results in England, 2010/11 data)
Housing stock has in Slough has grown 3.3% over the last five years, a city with the fifth largest growth in housing stock in the UK.
House prices in Slough are 45% more affordable at £235,803, when compared to the average Crossrail house price of £420,798.