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Public Expenditure - UK - August 2016

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Mintel

Published Date : Sep 2016

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Industry Profile

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The referendum decision to exit the EU will change the emphasis of the government, not least because the new chancellor and the prime minister have been somewhat critical of previous budget cuts and austerity. These policies are due to be scaled back in the autumn budget. There is unlikely to be a radical departure, though the chancellor will be mindful of the need to boost industry amid the uncertainty created by the exit decision.

Table of contents

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The market
Figure 1: Public expenditure as a % of GDP, 2006-15
Figure 2: Total DEL, 2012-16 actual, 2017 expected and 2018-20 planned
Figure 3: Total managed expenditure, 2012-16
Figure 4: Comparison of public current and capital expenditure, 2012-16
Figure 5: Segmentation of total managed public expenditure, by function, 2016
Figure 6: Segmentation of total managed current public expenditure, by function, 2016
Figure 7: Segmentation of total managed capital public expenditure, by function, 2016
Market factors
Companies
What we think

KEY INSIGHTS
What is the likely impact of Brexit on public expenditure?
What are the main drivers of public spending?
Is capital spending in the public sector outstripping overall growth?

INTRODUCTION
Definitions
Methodology
Abbreviations
Market positioning and issues in the market

UK ECONOMY
Overview
Figure 8: UK GDP quarterly development, 2003-16
Figure 9: UK GDP in economic downturns and recoveries since 1979
Inflation
Interest rates
House prices
Figure 10: UK House price changes, 2006-2016
Consumer spending
Manufacturing
Figure 11: UK manufacturing, 2014-16
Business investment
Figure 12: UK GFCF 2003-16
Imports
Exports

MARKET FACTORS
Key points
Market factors
Social
Figure 13: UK population projection, 2014-39
Figure 14: Composition of UK population projection, 2014-39
Economic
Political

MARKET SIZE
Key points
Market size
Figure 15: Total managed expenditure, 2012-16
Figure 16: Comparison of public current and capital expenditure, 2012-16

MARKET SEGMENTATION
Key points
Market segmentation
Figure 17: Segmentation of total managed expenditure, by function, 2016
Figure 18: Segmentation of total managed expenditure, by function, 2012-16
Current expenditure
Figure 19: Segmentation of current expenditure, by function, 2016
Figure 20: Segmentation of current expenditure, by function, 2012-16
Capital expenditure
Figure 21: Segmentation of capital expenditure, by function, 2016
Figure 22: Segmentation of capital expenditure, by function, 2012-16
General public services
Figure 23: Segmentation of total managed expenditure on general public services, by function, 2012-16
Defence
Figure 24: Segmentation of total managed expenditure on defence, by function, 2012-16
Public order and safety
Figure 25: Segmentation of total managed expenditure on public order and safety, by function, 2012-16
Economic affairs
Figure 26: Segmentation of total managed expenditure on economic services, by function, 2012-16
Figure 27: Segmentation of total managed expenditure on transport, by function, 2012-16
Environmental protection
Figure 28: Segmentation of total managed expenditure on environmental protection, by function, 2012-16
Housing and community amenities
Figure 29: Segmentation of total managed expenditure on housing and community amenities, by function, 2012-16
Health
Figure 30: Segmentation of total managed expenditure on health, by function, 2012-16
Recreation, culture and religion
Figure 31: Segmentation of total managed expenditure on recreation, culture and religion, by function, 2012-16
Education
Figure 32: Segmentation of total managed expenditure on education, by function, 2012-16
Social protection
Figure 33: Segmentation of total managed expenditure on social protection, by function, 2012-16

INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
Key points
Industry introduction
AMEY
Figure 34: Financial analysis of Amey UK, 2011-15
Figure 35: Turnover analysis of Amey UK, by sector, 2015
Figure 36: Turnover analysis of Amey UK, by region, 2015
Company strategy

ASPIRE DEFENCE HOLDINGS
Figure 37: Financial analysis of Aspire Defence Holdings, 2009-13
Company strategy

BAE SYSTEMS
Figure 38: Financial Analysis of BAE Systems, 2011-2015
Figure 39: Turnover Analysis of BAE Systems by activity, 2015
Company strategy

BABCOCK INTERNATIONAL GROUP
Figure 40: Financial Analysis of Babcock International Group, 2012-2016
Figure 41: Turnover Analysis of Babcock International Group, 2016
Company strategy

BALFOUR BEATTY
Figure 42: Financial analysis of Balfour Beatty, 2011-15
Figure 43: Investment portfolio of Balfour Beatty by segment, 2013-14
Company strategy

CAPITA
Figure 44: Financial analysis of Capita, 2011-15
Figure 45: Turnover analysis of Capita in the public sector, 2015
Company strategy
G4S
Figure 46: Financial analysis of G4S, 2011-15
Figure 47: Turnover analysis of G4S, by activity, 2015
Figure 48: Turnover analysis of G4S, by region, 2015
Company strategy

IBM UNITED KINGDOM
Figure 49: Financial analysis of IBM United Kingdom, 2011-15
Company strategy

INTERSERVE
Figure 50: Financial analysis of Interserve, 2011-2015
Figure 51: Turnover segmentation of Interserve, 2015
Company strategy

ROLLS ROYCE
Figure 52: Financial analysis of Rolls-Royce, 2011-15
Figure 53: Turnover analysis of Rolls-Royce, 2015
Company strategy

SERCO
Figure 54: Financial analysis of Serco Group, 2011-15
Figure 55: Turnover analysis of Serco Group, 2015
Company strategy

SIEMENS
Figure 56: Financial analysis of Siemens plc, 2011-15
Figure 57: Turnover analysis of Siemens plc, 2015
Company strategy

SODEXO
Figure 58: International breakdown of Sodexo turnover, by sector, 2015
Figure 59: Financial analysis of Sodexo, 2011-15
Company strategy

THALES UK
Figure 60: Financial analysis of Thales UK, 2010-14
Company strategy

WATES GROUP
Figure 61: Financial analysis of Wates Group, 2011-15
Company strategy

FORECAST
Key points
Market size
Figure 62: Total TME, 2012-16 actual, 2017 expected and 2018-20 planned
Market segmentation
Figure 63: Total DEL, 2012-16 actual, 2017 expected and 2018-20 planned
Figure 64: Total DEL segmentation, 2012-13 actual, 2014 expected and 2015-16 planned
Figure 65: Analysis of AME, 2016 actual, 2017 expected and 2018-20 planned

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