Construction in the High-Rise Buildings Market Report - UK 2018-2025
Published: 11/12/2018 / Number of Pages: 100 / Price: £895.00
Introduction and Overview
The 2nd Edition of the 'Construction in the High-Rise Buildings Market Report - UK 2018-2025' incorporates original input and primary research, the report should be of particular interest to construction companies and their supply chains, housing associations, developers and investors and key stakeholders and companies operating in both the residential and commercial property markets.
Key issues analysed include
- Global High-Rise Buildings Development - Analysis of high rise buildings, development pipeline by building size, stage of development, end use sector and country.
- Construction Output in the UK High Rise Buildings Market - market size by volume and value, key drivers and developments.
- Analysis by Market Sector - Private Residential Sectors; Private Rented Sector (PRS); Affordable Housing; Commercial Office; Mixed-use; Hotel and Student Accommodation Sectors.
- UK Regional High-Rise Buildings Market - Analysis of the structure and size of the high rise buildings market across the regions by building size, end use sector and city.
- Review of the key materials, key design and cost considerations in the high rise buildings market.
Key areas of insight include
- The development of the high rise sector from 2014-2022 and pipeline schemes to 2025. In 2018, over 50 schemes (over 15 storeys) are due to complete compared to just 6 in 2014.
- Key influencing factors - Hackitt Review, design considerations and materials, planning considerations, demographic drivers, economic influences.
- Review of the key materials and product suppliers in the high rise buildings market including: Access Equipment; Cladding & Facades; Concrete Frame; Paints & Coatings; Piling & Groundwork; Sealants; and Steel Fabricators.
- Detailed profiles of key construction contractors in the high-rise sector and analysis of key activity, projects etc.
- Detailed market data and insight on the construction in the high rise building market by AMA Research, a leading UK provider of construction market intelligence.
High Rise Construction Market
- Global Market for High Rise Buildings - International & country comparisons: end-use sector; development pipeline 2018-2025.
- UK Market for High Rise Buildings: Definition, size and structure of the UK market 2014-2022 and pipeline to 2025; end use sector; regional market analysis.
- Regional High Rise Development Pipeline 2018-2025 - Market size and development pipeline - Birmingham; Cardiff; Leeds; Liverpool; Manchester; Salford; Bristol; Glasgow; Plymouth; Portsmouth; Sheffield.
- London High Rise Development Pipeline 2018-2025 and London Boroughs: Barnet; City of London; Croydon; Greenwich; Hackney; Lambeth; Newham; Southwark; Tower Hamlets; Wandsworth.
- Market Overview of end-use sectors in the High Rise market by residential, commercial use etc - mix by use for the overall UK market and by key region.
- End-use sector mix - High Rise Buildings in the Residential Sector: Affordable Housing; Private Sector - Luxury Residential; Private Rented Sector - Build to Rent, Commercial Office Sector Student Accommodation Sector and Hotels.
Building Design & Influences
- Overview of key drivers influencing high rise construction.
- High Rise Construction Costs by Element: Superstructure; façade; MEP services; fit out; prefabrication.
- Fire and Materials Safety in High Rise Buildings: The Hackitt Review - Key recommendations; implications for building materials used in high rise construction.
- Sustainability/environmental considerations.
- Key materials and product suppliers in the high rise buildings market.
- Planning Issues - Planning policy for high rise buildings; London & London Boroughs - high rise buildings strategies.
- Foreign and Overseas Investment in the high-rise property market. Analysis of key sources of investment, key areas of the London residential property market and the impact of Brexit on inward investment.
- Planning policies for High-Rise Buildings - Analysis of regional and borough strategies.
- Cost & Design Issues for High-Rise Buildings - construction costs for; substructure, superstructure, façade, MEP services, lifts, fit-out costs, programme costs & offsite fabrication, suitability of building materials, access, safety, wind & seismic, fire safety, sustainability and environment considerations.
- Review of the key materials and product suppliers in the high-rise buildings market including: Access Equipment; Cladding & Facades; Façade Cleaning & Maintenance; Concrete Frame; Fire Safety; Lifts & Escalators; Paints & Coatings; Piling & Groundwork; Sealants; and Steel Fabricators.
Construction Market Supply in the High Rise Sector:
- Key construction companies and contractors in the high rise buildings sector.
- Contractor's market share in the high rise sector and contractor profiles.
- Construction and professional services supply: Architects; consulting engineers; developers & investors; façade engineers; fit-out contractors; MEP contractors; Civil & structural engineers.
In recent years, there has been an increase in the number of high-rise buildings proposed and approved for construction in the UK, particularly in London, but also in the Birmingham and Greater Manchester. In terms of the geographical location of high-rise schemes, the majority of high-rise buildings are in London. The rest are clustered in key cities such as Birmingham, Liverpool, Manchester and Salford. Other cities with a small number of schemes include Cardiff, Portsmouth, Plymouth, Glasgow and Sheffield.
Unlike other international cities, London is considered 'low-rise' for a global city and financial capital; with a much slower rate of high-rise development. However, with a shortage of available land and a rapidly increasing population (London is set to become the first European city to reach 10m residents by 2030), planners and developers are increasingly turning to high-rise schemes to address the housing crisis and attract commercial investment to the Capital.
The mix of completed high-rise buildings across the UK is dominated by residential use followed by commercial office and mixed-use. The continued dominance of residential as the primary function is unsurprising given market conditions and the ongoing demand for new housing across London and many regional cities.
Outside of planning restrictions, other factors affecting the development of high-rise buildings include cost, space efficiency, wind & seismic considerations, structural safety, risk challenges both on site and in completed buildings, speed of elevators, new building materials to potentially replace steel and concrete and damping systems. In addition, significant technical and logistical factors include pumping and placing concrete at extreme heights, and craning and lifting items to extreme heights.
List of Report Contents
- Contents Listing
- 1. INTRODUCTION 7
- 1.1 BACKGROUND 7
- 1.2 SOURCES OF INFORMATION 8
- 2. SUMMARY AND PROSPECTS 9
- 2.1 KEY TRENDS AND DEVELOPMENTS 9
- 2.2 UK REGIONS AND LONDON 10
- 2.3 KEY END-USE SECTORS 11
- 3. ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIAL BACKGROUND 13
- 3.1 GDP 13
- 3.2 INFLATION & INTEREST RATES 14
- 3.3 UNEMPLOYMENT 15
- 3.4 HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION 15
- 3.5 HOUSING & CONSTRUCTION 16
- 3.6 STERLING 17
- 3.7 CONCLUSIONS 17
- 4. HIGH RISE BUILDINGS MARKET 19
- 4.1 OVERVIEW & DEFINITION 19
- 4.2 GLOBAL MARKET FOR HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS: INTERNATIONAL COMPARISONS 20
- 4.2.1 Overall Market 20
- 4.2.2 End-Use Sector 20
- 4.2.3 Developments by Country 22
- 4.3 UK MARKET FOR HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS 24
- 4.3.1 Overall Market 24
- 4.3.2 Value of High Rise Construction Projects 24
- 4.3.3 Regional Market 25
- 4.3.4 High-Rise Development Pipeline 2018-2025 26
- 4.4 KEY INFLUENCES 28
- 4.4.1 Fire and Materials Safety 28
- 4.4.2 Planning Policy for High-Rise Buildings 30
- 4.4.3 London - High-Rise Buildings Strategies 31
- 4.4.4 London Boroughs - High-Rise Buildings Policies 31
- 5. HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS CONSTRUCTION MARKET - UK REGIONS 33
- 5.1 CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT IN THE HIGH RISE BUILDINGS SECTOR 33
- 5.2 UK REGIONS - HIGH-RISE DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE 35
- 5.2.1 London Market Size and Development Pipeline 2018-2025 35
- 5.3 HIGH-RISE CONSTRUCTION - LONDON BOROUGHS 41
- 5.3.1 Barnet 41
- 5.3.2 City of London 41
- 5.3.3 Croydon 41
- 5.3.4 Greenwich 42
- 5.3.5 Hackney 42
- 5.3.6 Lambeth 43
- 5.3.7 Newham 43
- 5.3.8 Southwark 43
- 5.3.9 Tower Hamlets 44
- 5.3.10 Wandsworth 44
- 5.4 REGIONAL HIGH-RISE DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE 45
- 5.4.1 Overall Market Size and Development Pipeline 45
- 5.4.2 Birmingham 45
- 5.4.3 Cardiff 47
- 5.4.4 Leeds 48
- 5.4.5 Liverpool 49
- 5.4.6 Manchester 50
- 5.4.7 Salford 52
- 5.4.8 Other Cities 53
- 6. KEY END-USE SECTORS IN THE HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS MARKET 59
- 6.1 OVERVIEW 59
- 6.2 RESIDENTIAL 61
- 6.2.1 Affordable Housing 61
- 6.2.2 Private Sector - Luxury Residential 63
- 6.2.3 Private Rented Sector 65
- 6.3 COMMERCIAL OFFICE 70
- 6.4 STUDENT ACCOMMODATION 71
- 7. CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS AND COSTS 77
- 7.1 COST ISSUES 77
- 7.1.1 Overview 77
- 7.1.2 Construction Costs and Design Considerations 77
- 7.1.3 High Rise Construction Costs by Element 78
- 7.2 CONSTRUCTION METHODS AND BUILDING MATERIALS 81
- 7.2.1 Off-Site Construction 81
- 7.2.2 Implications for Building Materials used in High Rise Construction 81
- 7.2.3 Sustainability/Environmental Considerations 83
- 7.2.4 Key Materials and Product Suppliers for High-Rise Buildings 84
- 8. CONSTRUCTION MARKET SUPPLY IN THE HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS SECTOR 88
- 8.1 KEY CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES AND CONTRACTORS IN THE HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS SECTOR 88
- 8.1.1 Contractor's Market Share in the High Rise Sector 88
- 8.2 CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTOR PROFILES 88
- 8.3 CONSTRUCTION AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICES SUPPLY - KEY SECTORS 92
- 8.3.1 Architects: 93
- 8.3.2 Consulting Engineers: 93
- 8.3.3 Other Construction Contractors (Not listed in main profiles): 94
- 8.3.4 Developers/Investors: 95
- 8.3.5 Façade Engineers: 95
- 8.3.6 Fit-out Contractors: 96
- 8.3.7 MEP Contractors: 96
- 8.3.8 Structural/Civil Engineers: 96
- 9. APPENDICES 98
- Tables & Charts
- TABLE 1: UK HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS MARKET: COMPLETED AND PIPELINE BUILDINGS (BY SECTOR AND REGION) TO 2025 9
- TABLE 2: GDP DATA - 2015-2018 - KEY CONSTITUENT ELEMENTS 13
- CHART 3: INTEREST RATES AND INFLATION (CPI) FROM 2000-2022 15
- CHART 4: PDI & SAVINGS RATIO AT CURRENT PRICES 2000-2022 16
- TABLE 5: EXCHANGE RATE FLUCTUATIONS 2014-2020 - STERLING TO THE DOLLAR, AND THE EURO, SPOT RATES 17
- CHART 7: GLOBAL HIGH RISE BUILDINGS COMPLETED IN 2017 - % SHARE BY END-USE SECTOR 21
- CHART 8: GLOBAL HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE (UNDER CONSTRUCTION AND PROPOSED) - NUMBER OF PROJECTS BY COUNTRY 24
- CHART 9: UK HIGH RISE SECTOR: CONTRACT AWARDS BY SUBSECTOR 2016-2018 25
- TABLE 10: UK HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS COMPLETED (ALL HEIGHTS) (NUMBER OF BUILDINGS BY END USE FUNCTION AND BY CITY) 26
- CHART 11: HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE 2018-2025: CONSTRUCTION STATUS BY NUMBER OF SCHEMES 27
- CHART 12: HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE 2018-2025 - % SHARE BY END-USE SECTOR UK 28
- TABLE 13: UK HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE 2018-2025 (NO. BUILDINGS BY SECTOR AND BY CITY) 29
- CHART 14: LONDON BOROUGHS - SUMMARY OF TALL BUILDINGS POLICIES 33
- CHART 15: HIGH RISE BUILDINGS - VALUE OF PIPELINE SCHEMES 2014 - 2022 (£M) 35
- CHART 16: HIGH RISE BUILDINGS CONSTRUCTION - OUTPUT BY SECTOR: 2018 35
- CHART 17: LONDON HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE 2018-2025 - % SHARE BY END-USE SECTOR 36
- TABLE 18: LONDON - HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE BY BOROUGH 38
- TABLE 19: LONDON HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE 2018-2025 (TOP 50 BUILDINGS BY END-USE SECTOR, CONSTRUCTION DATA, STATUS AND CONSTRUCTION TEAM) 39
- CHART 20: REGIONAL HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE 2018-2025 - % SHARE BY END-USE SECTOR 46
- CHART 21: BIRMINGHAM HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE 2018-2025 - NUMBER/% OF PROJECTS BY FUNCTION 47
- CHART 22: CARDIFF HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE 2018-2025 - NUMBER/% OF PROJECTS BY FUNCTION 48
- CHART 23: LEEDS HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE 2018-2025 - NUMBER/% OF PROJECTS BY FUNCTION 49
- CHART 24: LIVERPOOL HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE 2018-2025 - NUMBER/% OF PROJECTS BY FUNCTION 50
- CHART 25: MANCHESTER HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE 2018-2025 - NUMBER/% OF PROJECTS BY FUNCTION 52
- CHART 26: SALFORD HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE 2018-2025 - NUMBER/% OF PROJECTS BY FUNCTION 53
- TABLE 27: REGIONAL HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE 2018-2025 (KEY BUILDINGS BY SECTOR, STATUS, AND CONTRACTOR ETC 57
- CHART 28: UK HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS COMPLETED - % SHARE BY SECTOR 61
- CHART 29: HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE 2018-2025 - % SHARE BY END-USE SECTOR (LONDON AND THE REGIONS) 61
- TABLE 30: KEY HIGH-RISE RESIDENTIAL SCHEMES LONDON - AFFORDABLE UNITS 63
- TABLE 31: KEY LUXURY HIGH-RISE RESIDENTIAL SCHEMES - UK 65
- CHART 32: GROWTH OF THE PRS SECTOR 2017-18 TO 2029-30 (NO. DWELLINGS) (M) 67
- TABLE 33: KEY HIGH-RISE PRS/BUILD SCHEMES IN THE UK PIPELINE 69
- TABLE 34: UK OFFICE MARKET - REGIONAL SUMMARY DATA BY CITY 2017-18 71
- CHART 35: FORWARD PIPELINE OF STUDENT BED-SPACES BY OPERATORS: 2018-2021 74
- TABLE 36: TOP HIGH-RISE STUDENT ACCOMMODATION SCHEMES IN THE UK PIPELINE 75
- TABLE 37: HIGH BUILDINGS: CONSTRUCTION COSTS (INSTALLED PRICES) BY TYPE OF BUILDING (LONDON AND THE REGIONS) 2018 78
- CHART 38: HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS CONSTRUCTION COSTS BY ELEMENT 2018 (%) 79TABLE 39: HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS - CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS SUPPLY: KEY EXPERTISE BY PRODUCT 86
- CHART 40: HIGH RISE SCHEME CONTRACT AWARDS 2014-2025 - APPROXIMATE SHARES BY CONTRACTOR 89
- APPENDIX 1: COMPLETED HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS: INTERNATIONAL COMPARISONS BY HEIGHT, FLOORS, SECTOR ETC (TOP 20 BUILDINGS) 100
- APPENDIX 2: GLOBAL HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE: INTERNATIONAL COMPARISONS (BY SCHEME, HEIGHT, AND COUNTRY ETC) 101
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