Glenn Peacey
Rural Broadband Demand Project
Hampshire County Council
November 2010
The Castle, Winchester
Hampshire Economic Snapshot
 GDP - £27b (2007)
 45,000 VAT registered businesses
 95% < 20 employees
 17% currently Te...
Hampshire BT
Exchanges
Market 1
(regulated)
Market 2
(some regulation)
Market 3
(deregulated)
119 77 15 27
All enabled for...
Rural areas with No Cable, and <2Mb/s
Bus sites -
retail
Bus sites -
offices
Bus sites -
factories
Bus sites -
warehous
e
...
9%
35%
22%
5%
3%
23%
3%
Hampshire <2Mb/s Rural Area
Household Types
Singles under 65
Couples under 65 without children
Fam...
18%
23%
35%
15%
9%
Hampshire <2Mb/s Rural
Business sites by type
Bus sites - retail
Bus sites - offices
Bus sites - factor...
2010 11-25 broadband demand background
2010 11-25 broadband demand background
2010 11-25 broadband demand background
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2010 11-25 broadband demand background

  1. 1. Glenn Peacey Rural Broadband Demand Project Hampshire County Council November 2010 The Castle, Winchester
  2. 2. Hampshire Economic Snapshot  GDP - £27b (2007)  45,000 VAT registered businesses  95% < 20 employees  17% currently Teleworking (RES aim: 25% by 2016)
  3. 3. Hampshire BT Exchanges Market 1 (regulated) Market 2 (some regulation) Market 3 (deregulated) 119 77 15 27 All enabled for at least 8Mb/s ADSL Max Offering BT Wholesale up to 8Mb/s 1-3 LLU Providers Offering speeds up to 24Mb/s 4+ LLU Providers Offering speeds up to 24Mb/s Key: ADSL Max – up to 8Mb/s – distance dependent LLU - Local Loop Unbundling – ISPs use their own equipment
  4. 4. Rural areas with No Cable, and <2Mb/s Bus sites - retail Bus sites - offices Bus sites - factories Bus sites - warehous e Bus sites - other Bus sites - total Househol ds Populatio n Basingstoke and Deane61 114 126 46 56 403 6,241 15,172 East Hampshire 61 87 241 60 44 492 5,647 13,928 Eastleigh 25 28 42 16 8 119 440 1,069 Fareham 3 9 10 11 2 36 474 1,156 Gosport 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hart 54 57 72 28 18 229 2,723 6,880 Havant 10 6 8 5 2 32 753 1,795 New Forest 185 121 165 95 58 626 9,786 22,743 Portsmouth 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Rushmoor 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Southampton 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Test Valley 94 150 287 139 64 734 7,874 19,301 Winchester 117 222 253 105 58 755 12,452 30,556 610 793 1,205 508 310 3,427 46,390 112,600 Businesses Residential Hampshire – Rural areas without cable and <2Mb/s
  5. 5. 9% 35% 22% 5% 3% 23% 3% Hampshire <2Mb/s Rural Area Household Types Singles under 65 Couples under 65 without children Families with children, including single parents, in social classes A,B,C1 (any number of adults with children) - under age 65 Families with children, including single parents, in social class C2 (any number of adults with children) - under age 65 Families with children, including single parents in social class D, E (any number of adults with children) - under age 65 All households (couples, singles, others), age 65 and over Others - three or more adults in household, related or unrelated, without children, under age 65
  6. 6. 18% 23% 35% 15% 9% Hampshire <2Mb/s Rural Business sites by type Bus sites - retail Bus sites - offices Bus sites - factories Bus sites - warehouse Bus sites - other

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