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Electronic Security & Active Fire Protection Products in the Hotel Sector - UK 2011-2015 Analysis

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Introduction and Overview

Offering excellent value for money, this report represents a current and informed assessment of this market sector, incorporating original input and primary research. The market review specifically breaks down the mix of products used in this sector, to enable suppliers to assess the potential scale of the opportunity.

Key content covered:

  • CCTV
  • Access Control
  • Intruder Detection
  • Fire Detection and Alarms
  • Fire Extinguishing Equipment

Areas of particular interest:

  • the hotel & leisure sector was one of the best performing in 2010 across the construction industry, with new hotel projects contributing around 35% of work in this sector.
  • renewed optimism in the high-end and budget market sectors, is supporting demand for a wide range of products, ranging from basic systems in the budget sector to fully integrated, more advanced technology in the upper end of the market.
  • the overall trend is for growth in the budget sector and this will be most evident in london and city centre locations.

Some of the companies included:

Abel alarm co, ad group, adt fire & security, angus fire engineering, apollo fire detectors, arecont vision, assa abloy, bosch security systems uk, bradley lomas electrolok, castle care-tech, cbc (europe), cem systems, chubb fire & security, cisa electronic locking, cooper fire, g4s technology, ge security, gent, grosvenor technology, hall & kay fire engineering, hochiki europe (uk), honeywell security, ingersoll rand security technologies, johnson controls, jvc professional europe, kaba uk, kerr fire fighting chemicals, kidde fire protection, macron safety systems, newmark security, niscayah, nittan (uk), notifier fire systems, nsp europe, nu-swift international, panasonic corporation, paxton access, protec fire detection, pyronix, quadnetics group, reliance high-tech, remsdaq, samsung techwin europe, secom, siemens building technologies, stanley security solutions, swift fire and security group, tdsi, texecom, tyco fire & integrated solutions, westminster group, xtralis.

Electronic Security Products in the Hotel Sector

  • Overall market size, value and trends in the hotel electronic security sector. Both current trends and future prospects are analysed.
  • Key factors influencing the market, the olympics, the growth of the budget hotel sector, the shift towards ip.
  • Percentage shares by product sector and analysis of the product mix for 2010.
  • Product trends and services offered by suppliers to the hotel sector, including the general requirements of hotels and the range of products available.
  • Major suppliers of electronic security products to the hotel sector and key suppliers within each product sector.
  • Executive summary and future prospects.
  • Key factors influencing the sector and economic and socio economic influences.

Active Fire Protection Products in the Hotel Sector

  • Overall market size, value and trends both current and future prospects.
  • The market size for fire detection and alarms and fire extinguishing equipment in the hotel sector.
  • Product trends in the active fire protection sector.
  • Major suppliers of active fire protection products.

The Hotel Market

  • Value of tourism to the uk and consumer spending.
  • Structure of the uk hotel sector - major chains and sectors and corporate activity. Key drivers for growth in the hotel sector.
  • Market size, value and key drivers- key trends, forecasts up to 2015.
  • Performance of the hotel sector in 2010-11 - room numbers, trends, forecasts.
  • Major chains and sectors within the hotel industry - budget, mid-range and luxury - market shares.
  • Review of budget hotel sector - major players, shares, development plans.

The Electronic Security & Active Fire Protection Market

  • Overall electronic security and active fire protection market size, value and trends.
  • Percentage shares by product sector and analysis of the changes in the product mix.
  • Key end use sectors in the electronic security and active fire protection market.

Report Summary

The hotel & leisure sector was one of the best performing over 2010 across the construction industry, with new hotel projects contributing around 35% of work in this sector. Leading the recovery in the hotel sector was the London market, with both occupancy levels and average room rates (ARR) increasing as the weakness of the pound encouraged international visitors to the Capital. The short-term UK build pipeline between 2011 and 2013 is for around 20,000-25,000 new hotel rooms to be built (new rooms at early concept stage, planning, design or construction), of which around 12,000 are expected to be provided in London.

The UK electronic security and active fire protection market had shown excellent levels of growth until the recent economic recession. However, the lower level of construction across a number of key sectors eroded the value of the market between 2008 and 2010. Technological developments have continued to drive the replacement market, particularly remote monitoring - including wireless technology, along with fully integrated systems. Increasing competition and a higher level of price competition has resulted in a greater focus on providing a wider range of products and services, including service and maintenance contracts. End-users have become increasingly focused on the overall lifecycle cost of a system including product, installation, operational costs, servicing and management costs. Overall, electronic security accounts for just over half of the product mix in the hotel sector with CCTV taking the largest share by value. In the fire sector, the share taken by fire extinguishing equipment in the hotel sector is higher than the overall market, primarily due to the wider use of sprinkler systems.

The performance of the London hotel market is expected to improve further, with occupancy levels forecast to rise even higher and profitability likely to increase as corporate demand returns. Major events such as the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2012 are providing further impetus for growth. There are early signs of a recovery taking place in the regional hotel market, with cities such as Edinburgh, Cardiff and Birmingham driving growth in 2010. In addition, there will be new opportunities over the next two years, with the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow providing a boost to the regions.

It is estimated that the budget hotel sector pipeline will grow by around 5% per annum until 2020, when the estimated number of rooms could reach around 190,000. The pace of growth in the budget sector is likely to be higher than in non-budget brands, as mid-market hotels continue to suffer the effects of the downturn and a number of these existing hotels are converted or redeveloped to budget brands. By 2015 the market value is forecast to be around £2.3 billion at end user prices, which would represent an increase of around 9% compared to the estimated market size in 2011.

List of Report Contents

  1. Contents Listing
  2. 1. INTRODUCTION 5
  3. 1.1 INTRODUCTION 5
  4. 1.2 SOURCES OF INFORMATION 5
  5. 2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND FUTURE PROSPECTS 7
  6. 2.1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 7
  7. 2.2 FUTURE PROSPECTS 8
  8. 3. ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT 9
  9. 3.1 KEY INDICATORS 9
  10. 3.2 GDP 9
  11. 3.3 INTEREST RATES AND INFLATION 10
  12. 3.4 HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION AND SAVINGS RATIO 10
  13. 3.5 CONCLUSIONS 10
  14. 4. THE HOTEL SECTOR IN THE UK 12
  15. 4.1 VALUE OF TOURISM TO THE UK 12
  16. 4.1.1 Consumer Spending 12
  17. 4.1.2 Value of Tourism 12
  18. 4.2 MARKET STRUCTURE 13
  19. 4.2.1 Major Chains and Sectors within the Hotel Industry 14
  20. 4.2.2 Corporate Activity 15
  21. 4.3 VALUE OF THE HOTEL SECTOR AND KEY DRIVERS OF GROWTH 16
  22. 4.4 PERFORMANCE OF THE HOTEL SECTOR IN 2010-2011 18
  23. 4.5 MARKET SECTORS 19
  24. 4.5.1 Budget Hotels 19
  25. 4.5.2 Mid Range Hotels 23
  26. 4.5.3 Luxury Hotels 25
  27. 4.6 CONSTRUCTION IN THE HOTEL SECTOR 26
  28. 4.6.1 Entertainment and Leisure Construction Market 26
  29. 4.6.2 Building Programmes and Capital Expenditure in the Hotel Sector 28
  30. 4.6.3 Construction and Procurement Practices in the Hotel Sector 32
  31. 4.6.4 Off-site Manufacturing (OSM) 33
  32. 5. ELECTRONIC SECURITY AND ACTIVE FIRE PROTECTION MARKETS IN HOTELS 35
  33. 5.1 ELECTRONIC SECURITY AND ACTIVE FIRE PROTECTION MARKET OVERVIEW 35
  34. 5.1.1 Definition 35
  35. 5.1.2 Electronic Security and Active Fire Protection Market Size 35
  36. 5.1.3 Product Mix 37
  37. 5.2 ELECTRONIC SECURITY AND ACTIVE FIRE PROTECTION PRODUCTS IN THE HOTEL SECTOR 39
  38. 5.2.1 Market Size and Trends 39
  39. 5.2.3 Product Mix and Trends 41
  40. 5.3 SUPPLIERS OF ELECTRONIC SECURITY AND ACTIVE FIRE PROTECTION TO THE HOTEL SECTOR 47
  41. 5.3.1 Electronic Security Suppliers 47
  42. 5.3.2 Key Suppliers of Hotel Door Locking Systems 53
  43. 5.3.3 Key Active Fire Protection Suppliers 56
  1. Tables & Charts
  2. TABLE 1 KEY ECONOMIC INDICATORS 2005 TO 2015 (% ) 9
  3. TABLE 2 UK INBOUND TOURISM -VOLUME AND VALUE 2003-2010 13
  4. TABLE 3 UK HOTEL SECTOR - NUMBER OF STAR RATED/GROUP OWNED HOTELS AS AT JANUARY 2011 14
  5. TABLE 4 UK HOTEL MARKET - TOP 10 LARGEST OPERATING COMPANIES - 2011 15
  6. CHART 5 TURNOVER FORECASTS IN THE UK HOTEL SECTOR - 2006 - 2015 (£BILLION) 17
  7. CHART 6 GROWTH OF THE BUDGET HOTEL SECTOR 1990 - 2010 (NO. ROOMS) 20
  8. TABLE 7 BUDGET HOTEL SECTOR - TOTAL SUPPLY 2005 - 2010 20
  9. TABLE 8 TOP 20 UK BUDGET HOTELS - LEADING BRAND PORTFOLIOS - MARKET SHARES BY NO. OF ROOMS 2010 22
  10. TABLE 9 TOP 20 UK MID-RANGE HOTEL GROUPS - LEADING BRAND PORTFOLIOS - MARKET SHARES BY NO OF ROOMS 2010 24
  11. TABLE 10 TOP 15 LUXURY HOTELS - LEADING BRAND PORTFOLIOS - MARKET SHARES BY NO. OF ROOMS 2010 26
  12. TABLE 11 ENTERTAINMENT AND LEISURE WORK (PUBLIC & PRIVATE SECTORS) - CONTRACTORS OUTPUT 2005 - 2015 (£M) 27
  13. CHART 12 GROWTH OF THE UK HOTEL SECTOR (INCLUDING THE BUDGET SECTOR) - 2011 - 2020 BY NO. ROOMS 30
  14. TABLE 13 LUXURY HOTEL SECTOR - MAJOR NEW HOTELS/REFURBISHMENTS IN LONDON 2011-12 32
  15. CHART 14 UK ELECTRONIC SECURITY AND ACTIVE FIRE PROTECTION MARKET BY VALUE (£M END-USER PRICES) 2006-2015 36
  16. CHART 15 UK ELECTRONIC SECURITY AND ACTIVE FIRE PROTECTION MARKET - PRODUCT MIX BY VALUE 2010 38
  17. CHART 16 THE MARKET FOR ELECTRONIC SECURITY AND ACTIVE FIRE PROTECTION PRODUCTS - HOTELS 2005-2015 (£M) 39
  18. TABLE 17 HOTEL SHARE OF THE ELECTRONIC SECURITY AND ACTIVE FIRE PROTECTION MARKET BY VALUE AND % (£M END USER PRICES) 2005-2015 41
  19. CHART 1

8 MIX OF HOTEL ELECTRONIC SECURITY AND ACTIVE FIRE PRODUCTS - HOTEL SECTOR 2010 42

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