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Construction - UK - April 2017

Published By :

Mintel

Published Date : May 2017

Category :

Construction

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Just when the construction market was demonstrating strong growth following the economic disruption of the recession, the UK decided to negotiate an exit from the EU. This has created an unusual level of economic uncertainty, and construction prospects have consequently become even more sector-specific than normal.

Table of Content

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The market
Figure 1: Development of the construction market in Great Britain, 2012-16 actual and 2017-21 forecast
Figure 2: Segmentation of the construction market in Great Britain, 2016
Figure 3: Segmentation of the new construction market in Great Britain, 2016
Figure 4: Segmentation of the R&M activity in Great Britain, 2016
Market factors
Figure 5: Development of the public housing construction market in Great Britain, 2012-16 actual and 2017-21 forecast
Figure 6: Development of the private housing construction market in Great Britain, 2012-16 actual and 2017-21 forecast
Figure 7: Development of the public non-residential construction market in Great Britain, 2012-16 actual and 2017-21 forecast
Figure 8: Development of the private industrial construction market in Great Britain, 2012-16 actual and 2017-21 forecast
Figure 9: Development of the private commercial construction market in Great Britain, 2012-16 actual and 2017-21 forecast
Figure 10: Development of the R&M construction market in Great Britain, 2012-16 actual and 2017-21 forecast
Companies
Figure 11: Development of the construction industry, by number of companies, 2011-15
What we think

KEY ISSUES
What impact will Brexit have?
Will house building remain buoyant?
What public sector areas offer opportunities?

INTRODUCTION
Definitions
Methodology
Abbreviations
Market positioning
Issues in the market

ECONOMY
Overview
Figure 12: Forecast GDP development 2017-21
Figure 13: UK GDP quarterly development, 2003-16
Figure 14: UK GDP in economic downturns and recoveries since 1979
Inflation
Interest rates
House prices
Figure 15: UK House price changes, 2006-2016
Consumer spending
Manufacturing
Figure 16: UK manufacturing, 2014-16
Business investment
Figure 17: UK GFCF 2003-16
Imports
Exports

MARKET SIZE AND TRENDS
Key analysis
Market size
Figure 18: Construction output in Great Britain, 2012-16
Market segmentation and trends
Figure 19: Construction output in Great Britain, by type, 2012-16
Housing
Figure 20: Housebuilding market in Great Britain, 2012-16
Figure 21: UK housebuilding completions, 1970-2016
Public housing
Figure 22: Analysis of new public housing construction output in Great Britain, 2012-16
Figure 23: Public housing starts and completions in England, 2011-16
Figure 24: Public housing starts and completions in England, 2011-16 (continued)
Figure 25: UK public sector housing completions, by sector, 1978-2016
Figure 26: Additional affordable homes provided in England, by tenure 2011-16
Private housing
Figure 27: Analysis of private housing construction output in Great Britain, 2012-16
Figure 28: Private new housing starts and completions in England, 2011-16
Figure 29: UK private sector housing completions, 1978-2016
Public non-residential
Figure 30: Long term trend in public non-residential construction activity in Great Britain, 1970-2016
Figure 31: Analysis of public sector non-residential construction output in Great Britain, 2012-16
Figure 32: Analysis of public sector non-residential construction in Great Britain, by type, 2012-16
Private industrial
Figure 33: Long-term trend in private industrial construction output in Great Britain, 1970-2016
Figure 34: Analysis of private industrial new construction work in Great Britain, by sector 2012-16
Private commercial
Figure 35: Long term trend in private commercial construction output in Great Britain, 1970-2016
Figure 36: Analysis of private commercial construction in Great Britain, by type, 2012-16
Repair & maintenance
Figure 37: Segmentation of the R&M activity in Great Britain, 2016
Public housing
Figure 38: Analysis of repair & maintenance output in the public housing sector in Great Britain, 2012-16
Private housing
Figure 39: Analysis of repair & maintenance output in the private housing sector in Great Britain, 2012-16
Public non-residential
Figure 40: Analysis of repair & maintenance output in the public non-residential sector in Great Britain, 2012-16
Figure 41: Analysis of repair & maintenance output in the private non-residential sector in Great Britain, 2012-16
Seasonality of sales
Figure 42: Seasonality of public housing output, 2012-16
Figure 43: Seasonality of private housing output, 2012-16
Figure 44: Seasonality of public non-residential construction output, 2012-16
Figure 45: Seasonality of private industrial construction output, 2012-16
Figure 46: Seasonality of private commercial construction output, 2012-16
Figure 47: Seasonality of public housing repair & maintenance output, 2012-16
Figure 48: Seasonality of private housing repair & maintenance output, 2012-16
Figure 49: Seasonality of public non-residential repair & maintenance output, 2012-16
Figure 50: Seasonality of private non-residential repair & maintenance output, 2012-16
Regional sales
Figure 51: Regional value of total new construction output, 2012-16
Figure 52: Regional public housing construction output, 2012-16
Figure 53: Regional private housing construction output, 2012-16
Figure 54: Regional public non-residential construction output, 2012-16
Figure 55: Regional private industrial construction output, 2012-16
Figure 56: Regional private commercial construction output, 2012-16
Figure 57: Regional housing repair & maintenance output, 2012-16
Figure 58: Regional public non-residential repair & maintenance output, 2012-16
Figure 59: Regional private non-residential repair & maintenance output, 2012-16

INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
Key analysis
Industry development
Figure 60: Development of the construction industry, by number of companies, 2011-15
Figure 61: Development of main trades and specialist contractors, by number of companies, 2011-15
Figure 62: Analysis of the employment structure of the construction main trades, 2015
Figure 63: Proportional importance of companies with up to 4 employees, by sector, 2016
Figure 64: Proportional importance of companies with up between 5 and 9 employees, by sector, 2016
Figure 65: Proportional importance of companies with between 10 and 19 employees, by sector, 2016
Figure 66: Proportional importance of companies with between 20 and 99 employees, by sector, 2016
Figure 67: Proportional importance of companies with 100 or more employees, by sector, 2016
Company profiles

BALFOUR BEATTY
Figure 68: Financial analysis of Balfour Beatty, 2012-16
Figure 69: Investment portfolio of Balfour Beatty by segment, 2013-16
Company strategy

BARRATT DEVELOPMENTS
Figure 70: Financial analysis of Barratt Developments, 2011-16
Figure 71: Types of houses completed by Barratt Developments, 2016
Figure 72: Customer analysis of Barratt Developments houses, 2016
Figure 73: Geographic analysis of Barratt Developments houses, 2016
Company strategy

LEND LEASE CONSTRUCTION (EUROPE)
Figure 74: Financial analysis of Lend Lease Construction (Europe), 2012-16
Company strategy
CARILLION
Figure 75: Financial analysis of Carillion, 2012-16
Figure 76: Geographic turnover of Carillion, 2016
Figure 77: Activity turnover of Carillion, 2016
Company strategy

CARILLION CONSTRUCTION
Figure 78: Financial analysis of Carillion Construction, 2011-15
Figure 79: Activity turnover of Carillion Construction, 2015
Company strategy

COSTAIN GROUP
Figure 80: Financial analysis of Costain Group, 2012-16
Company strategy
GALLIFORD TRY
Figure 81: Financial analysis of Galliford Try, 2012-16
Figure 82: Turnover segmentation of Galliford Try, 2016
Company strategy

INTERSERVE
Figure 83: Financial analysis of Interserve, 2012-16
Figure 84: Turnover segmentation of Interserve, 2016
Company strategy

KIER GROUP
Figure 85: Financial analysis of Kier Group, 2012-16
Figure 86: Turnover analysis of Kier Group, 2016
Company strategy

PERSIMMON
Figure 87: Financial analysis of Persimmon, 2012-16
Figure 88: Revenue breakdown of Persimmon, 2016
Figure 89: Geographic breakdown of Persimmon, 2016
Company strategy

SKANSKA UK
Figure 90: Financial analysis of Skanska UK, 2011-15
Company strategy

TAYLOR WIMPEY
Figure 91: Financial analysis of Taylor Wimpey, 2012-16
Company strategy

MARKET FORECAST
Key analysis
Market overview
Figure 92: Forecast construction output in Great Britain, 2017-21
Figure 93: Forecast construction output in Great Britain, 2017-21
Housing
Figure 94: Forecast private housing output in Great Britain, 2017-21
Figure 95: Forecast public housing output in Great Britain, 2017-21
Public non-residential
Figure 96: Forecast public non-residential construction output in Great Britain, 2017-21
Figure 97: Forecast of public non-residential construction in Great Britain, by type, 2017-21
Private industrial
Figure 98: Forecast private industrial construction output in Great Britain, 2017-21
Figure 99: Forecast of private industrial new construction work in Great Britain, by sector 2017-21
Private commercial
Figure 100: Forecast private commercial construction output in Great Britain, 2017-21
Figure 101: Forecast of private commercial construction in Great Britain, by sector, 2017-21
Repair & maintenance
Figure 102: Forecast repair & maintenance construction output in Great Britain, 2017-21
Figure 103: Forecast repair & maintenance construction output in Great Britain, by type, 2017-21

FURTHER SOURCES & CONTACTS
Trade associations
British Constructional Steelwork Association
Chartered Institute of Building
Confederation of Construction Specialists
Construction Confederation
Construction Industry Council
Construction Industry Research & Information Association
Institution of Planning Supervisors
Major Projects Association
National Federation of Builders
Association of Building Component Manufacturers
The Building Centre
House Builders Federation
National Council of Building Material Producers
National House Building Council
Trade magazines
The Builder (monthly)
Builder & Engineer (monthly)
Building (Weekly)
Building & Construction (quarterly)
Building News (alt-months)
Building Research & Information (bi-monthly)
Construction Europe (monthly)
Construction Forum (alternate months)
Construction Magazine (monthly)
Construction Manager (10 issues per year)
Construction News (weekly)
Constructor (Monthly)
Contract Journal (weekly)
ESI Building Products (annual)
Housebuilder (11 issues per year)
International Construction (monthly)
Premier Construction (monthly)
Professional Builder (11 issues per year)
Public Sector Building (6 issues per year)
QS Week
Trade exhibitions
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INTERBUILD
National Event for Construction (SED)
Social Housing Exhibition
National Homebuilding & Renovating Show

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