MetroEvening StandardLondon classified

Housing & Regeneration (Monday)

HOUSING & REGENERATION

London is a vibrant city that is constantly growing and evolving, this year London’s population is estimated to increase by 700,000. To accommodate London’s growth the Mayor has targets for 31,000 new homes to be built each year to 2017, which in turn means that there is increasing demand for public sector workers to oversee these projects. Some 22% of all adults who work in housing, regeneration and related occupations live in London, no other region in the UK can offer greater coverage. Metro (London) and the Evening Standard reach more Londoners than any other national newspaper and provide advertisers with the platform to recruit from London’s pool of diverse and talented housing professionals.

In London, Metro and the Evening Standard allow you to reach:

  • 2,489,000Adults - more than any other national newspaper
  • 601,000Adults 18-44 educated to degree level or higher
    - more than any other national newspaper
  • 377,000Adults educated to degree level or higher from an ethnic minority
    - more than any other national newspaper
  • 119,000Adults aged 18 - 44 educated to degree level or higher who intend to change jobs in the next 6 months - more than any other national newspaper
  • 154,000Adults who have responded to a Jobs & Educational/Vocational Courses advert in the last 12 months
    - more than any other national newspaper
  • 46,000Adults who work in housing, regeneration and related occupations
    - more than any other national newspaper
Source: NRS July 2015 - June 2016 London ITV. TGI April 2015 - March 2016 London ITV