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Aldershot is fantastically located, with great road and rail links, and a young and affluent catchment demographic.

Location

Aldershot sits in north east Hampshire at the heart of the thriving Blackwater Valley and part of the M3 corridor. Aldershot is ideally located to offer a unique opportunity for business.

Map Displays a larger version of this image in a new browser windowThe town is home to nearly 2,000 car parking spaces and enjoys excellent rail and road links to London and easy access to the M3, M25 and M4. It is only a short drive to Heathrow and Gatwick and TAG Farnborough, the UK's premier business airport and home of the famous Farnborough Airshow, is on the doorstep. 

Aldershot makes up the Borough of Rushmoor with its neighbouring town Farnborough. Around 25,000 people commute into the borough for work each day, thanks to excellent road and rail links.

City, coast and countryside are all within easy reach of Aldershot and the town centre itself benefits from many parks and green spaces.

Shopper demographic

Aldershot is home to a young, vibrant and affluent population. Families with young children and solid incomes make up more than 34% of the area's core catchment demographic.

Catchment Graph Displays a larger version of this image in a new browser window'Professional Rewards' - experienced professionals with financial comfort (MOSAIC demographic classification B) are the largest represented group, but 'Career and Kids' - families with young children where both parents are likely to earn solid incomes providing a modern comfortable home (MOSAIC demographic classification G) are the most over-represented at three times the national average.


Catchment Map Displays a larger version of this image in a new browser windowAldershot's shopper catchment of nearly 500,000 people covers the Hampshire/Surrey border, including the affluent towns of Guildford and Farnham.

Unemployment in Rushmoor is low at 5.9 %, comparing favourably with the national average of 8.1 %. (Source: ONS population count July 2011 to June 2012)

Residents' weekly earnings are higher than the national average - £529 compared with £503 (Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings 2011 (Resident analysis), Office for National Statistics)

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