Construction in the Hotel, Entertainment and Leisure Sector Report – UK 2020-2024 including Covid-19 Insight

The 9th edition of this report focuses on the building programmes of the leading leisure operators including hotel chains, pub companies, gaming, cinema and health club operators, and will be of interest to clients, construction professionals and supply chains seeking involvement in the UK hotel and leisure sector.

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The 9th edition of this report focuses on the building programmes of the leading leisure operators including hotel chains, pub companies, gaming, cinema and health club operators, and will be of interest to clients, construction professionals and supply chains seeking involvement in the UK hotel and leisure sector.

Key issues covered in the report:

Areas of particular interest:

  • Construction output in the entertainment sector construction – output by sub sector.
  • Future prospects for entertainment/leisure construction – key drivers and influences.
  • Entertainment sector refurbishment and fit out in the UK.
  • Building programmes and capital expenditure in the entertainment sector.
  • Key leisure sector influences: value of tourism to the UK; prospects for UK tourism spending, etc
  • Construction output in the entertainment sector construction – output by sub sector.
  • Future prospects for entertainment/leisure construction – key drivers and influences.
  • Entertainment sector refurbishment and fit out in the UK.
  • Building programmes and capital expenditure in the entertainment sector.
  • Key leisure sector influences: value of tourism to the UK; prospects for UK tourism spending, etc

Key areas covered in the report

CONTRACTOR CAPABILITY IN HOTEL AND ENTERTAINMENT

  • Leading contractors in the leisure, entertainment and hotels sector. Contractor market shares.
  • Value of projects by sub sector.
  • Major leisure sector projects: sports stadia and venues; leading contractors in the sports stadia/venue sector; hotel and accommodation sector: leading hotel construction supply chains; leading contractors in the hotel sector.

HOTEL SECTOR IN THE UK

  • Structure, size and value of the UK hotel sector.
  • Performance of the hotel sector in 2019 and early 2020 – key indicators and key drivers of growth. Future prospects 2021-2024.
  • Leading suppliers to the UK hotel sector: corporate activity; major chains and sectors in the UK hotel sector.
  • The budget hotel sector in the UK: market size; leading budget hotel chains in the UK. Other hotel sectors: mid-range hotels; luxury hotels.
  • Aparthotels/ serviced apartments sector.
  • Building programmes/ capital expenditure in the hotel sector: hotel development pipeline UK; development pipeline in London; regional ‘hotspots’; gontinued growth of the budget sector.
  • Hotel construction data: construction costs in the hotel sector; use of modular construction methods.

HEALTH & FITNESS SECTOR IN THE UK

  • Sector size and structure.
  • Leading health club operators in the UK.
  • Budget gym operators.
  • Building programmes in the health clubs sector.

BETTING & GAMING SECTOR IN THE UK

  • Sector overview and size: casinos and gaming halls; bingo halls; cinemas & multiplexes.
  • Leading operators in the cinema exhibition market.
  • Building programmes in the entertainment venue, betting & gaming sector.

FOOD & BEVERAGE SECTOR IN THE UK

  • Pubs, bars and clubs: overview; size of UK pub sector; key players in the pub market.
  • Restaurants and cafes: sector overview & size; leading operators in the restaurants sector; industry trends.
  • Building programmes in the food & beverage sector.

The hotel, entertainment and leisure sector has benefited from favourable business investment and consumer spending in recent years, with construction output growing rapidly between 2015 and 2019.

Following two years of exceptional growth, the pace eased in 2019, against the politically turbulent backdrop, with a general election and the prospect of Brexit looming on the horizon.

Into 2020 the UK, along with the global economy, is facing unprecedented challenges posed by Covid-19 which will have a drastic effect on many businesses in the sector. Lockdown and social distancing measures imposed from March 2020 resulted in the sudden closure of hospitality & catering businesses, health & fitness facilities and any public leisure and audience activities which would bring people into close proximity, therefore risking the spread of the coronavirus.

CONTENTS
RESEARCH SERVICES OFFERED BY AMA RESEARCH 3
1. INTRODUCTION 10
1.1 BACKGROUND 10
1.2 SOURCES OF INFORMATION 10
2. SUMMARY AND FUTURE PROSPECTS 12
2.1 SUMMARY 12
2.2 MARKET PROSPECTS 13
3. CONSTRUCTION IN THE UK HOTEL, ENTERTAINMENT AND LEISURE SECTOR 15
3.1 CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT NEW WORK 15
3.1.1 Impact of Covid-19 and Market Prospects 16
3.2 OUTPUT AND NEW ORDERS 18
3.2.1 Contract Awards by Sub Sector 18
3.2.2 Hospitality 21
3.3.3 Sports, Leisure, Health and Fitness 22
3.3.4 Market Outlook 23
3.4 ENTERTAINMENT SECTOR REFURBISHMENT AND FIT OUT IN THE UK 23
3.5 BUILDING PROGRAMMES AND CAPITAL EXPENDITURE IN THE HOTEL, ENTERTAINMENT AND LEISURE SECTOR 25
3.6 KEY SECTOR INFLUENCES 28
3.6.1 Hotel, Entertainment and Leisure Sector Overview 28
3.6.2 Value of Tourism to the UK 30
4. CONTRACTOR CAPABILITY IN THE HOTEL AND ENTERTAINMENT SECTOR 32
4.1 SECTOR OUTLOOK 32
4.2 LEADING CONTRACTORS IN THE LEISURE, ENTERTAINMENT AND HOTELS SECTOR 32
4.2.1 Value of Projects by Sub Sector 32
4.2.2 Contractor’s Market Share 33
4.2.3 Leading Contractors 36
5. THE HOTEL SECTOR IN THE UK 39
5.1 STRUCTURE AND SIZE 39
5.1.1 Types of Hotel 39
5.2 VALUE OF THE HOTEL SECTOR AND KEY DRIVERS OF GROWTH 40
5.2.1 Performance of the Hotel Sector in 2020 – Key Indicators 42
5.2.2 Prospects for the Hotel Sector 43
5.3 LEADING SUPPLIERS TO THE UK HOTEL SECTOR 44
5.3.1 Corporate Activity 44
5.3.2 Major Chains Within the UK Hotel Sector 46
5.3.3 Budget Hotels 47
5.3.4 Mid-Range Hotels 48
5.3.5 Luxury Hotels 50
5.3.6 Aparthotels and Serviced Apartments Sector 52
5.4 BUILDING PROGRAMMES AND CAPITAL EXPENDITURE IN THE HOTEL SECTOR 54
5.4.1 Hotel Development Pipeline 54
5.4.2 Hotel Development Pipeline in London 55
5.4.3 Hotel Development Pipeline Regional ‘Hotspots’ 56
5.4.4 Hotel Development Pipeline – Budget Sector 59
5.4.5 Hotel Development Pipeline – Future Prospects and Key Drivers 60
5.5 LEADING HOTEL CONSTRUCTION SUPPLY CHAINS 61
5.5.1 Leading Contractors in the Hotel Sector 62
5.6 HOTEL CONSTRUCTION DATA 64
5.6.1 Construction Costs in the Hotel Sector 64
5.6.2 Use of Modular Construction Methods 65
6. HEALTH AND FITNESS SECTORS 67
6.1 SECTOR SIZE AND STRUCTURE 67
6.1.1 Sector Prospects 69
6.2 LEADING HEALTH CLUB OPERATORS IN THE UK 70
6.3 BUILDING PROGRAMMES IN THE HEALTH CLUB AND SPA SECTOR 72
6.3.1 Building Development Programmes 73
6.3.2 Sector Prospects 73
7. ENTERTAINMENT VENUES, BETTING AND GAMING SECTOR 75
7.1 SECTOR OVERVIEW AND SIZE 75
7.2 BETTING AND GAMING 75
7.2.1 Casinos and Gaming Halls 76
7.2.2 Bingo Halls 78
7.2.3 Capital Expenditure 79
7.2.4 Building and Development Programmes 79
7.3 CINEMAS AND MULTIPLEXES 80
7.3.1 Sector Overview and Size 80
7.3.2 Development of the Multiplex and Digital Markets 82
7.3.3 Leading Operators in the Cinema Exhibition Market 82
7.3.4 Capital Expenditure 84
7.3.5 Building and Development Programmes 84
8. FOOD AND BEVERAGE SECTOR 86
8.1 PUBS, BARS AND CLUBS 86
8.1.1 Overview 86
8.1.2 Size of UK Pub Sector 87
8.1.3 Key Players in the Pub Market 88
8.2 RESTAURANTS AND CAFES 91
8.2.1 Sector Overview and Size 91
8.2.2 Industry Trends in the Restaurant Market 93
8.3 BUILDING PROGRAMMES AND CAPITAL EXPENDITURE IN THE FOOD AND BEVERAGE SECTOR 95
8.3.1 Capital Expenditure 95
8.3.2 Building and Expansion Programmes 95
9. SPORTS SECTOR 98
9.1 SECTOR OVERVIEW AND SIZE 98
9.2 CAPITAL EXPENDITURE, BUILDING AND EXPANSION PROGRAMMES 98
9.2.1. Capital Expenditure 98
9.2.2. Building and Expansion Programmes 99
9.3 LEADING CONTRACTORS IN THE SPORTS STADIA AND VENUE SECTOR 103
APPENDICES 106
APPENDIX A: ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT 106
A.1 OVERVIEW AND OUTLOOK 106
A.2 GDP 106
A.3 INFLATION & INTEREST RATES 108
A.4 EMPLOYMENT & WAGES 109
A.5 HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION 110
A.6 STERLING 111
TABLES & CHARTS
TABLE 1: ENTERTAINMENT AND LEISURE CONSTRUCTION NEW WORK OUTPUT (PUBLIC AND PRIVATE) 2015 TO 2024 – BY VALUE (£BN AT CURRENT PRICES) 16
CHART 2: ENTERTAINMENT CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT AND NEW ORDERS Q1 2016 TO Q4 2019 – BY VALUE (£BN AT CURRENT PRICES) 18
TABLE 3: HOTEL, ENTERTAINMENT AND LEISURE CONTRACTS AWARDED BY SUB-SECTOR 2019 TO APRIL 2020 – BY VALUE (£M) 19
CHART4: INDICATIVE RMI VS NEW BUILD PIPELINE ACTIVITY IN THE HOTEL, LEISURE AND ENTERTAINMENT SECTOR 2019 TO 2022 PROJECT VALUE (£BN) BY ANNOUNCED COMPLETION DATE 24
TABLE 5: NUMBER, EMPLOYMENT AND NET CAPITAL EXPENDITURE OF BUSINESS SECTORS IN THE HOTEL AND ENTERTAINMENT SECTOR 2018-19 26
TABLE 6: INDICATIVE NUMBER AND OVERALL VALUE OF CONTRACT AWARDS IN THE HOTEL AND ENTERTAINMENT SECTORS WITH COMPLETIONS DATES BETWEEN 2020 AND 2025 28
CHART 7: UK ENTERTAINMENT AND LEISURE MARKET REVENUE BY SUB-SECTOR 2018-19 – VALUE (£BN) 29
CHART 8: UK HOTEL, LEISURE AND ENTERTAINMENT MARKET, CONTRACT AWARDS BY SUB SECTOR 2019 – % BY VALUE 33
TABLE 9: TOP 10 CONTRACTORS IN THE ENTERTAINMENT AND LEISURE SECTOR 2019 – BY NUMBER AND VALUE OF CONTRACT AWARDS (£M) 34
TABLE 10: SELECTED LEADING CONTRACTORS IN THE HOTEL SECTOR BY PIPELINE ACTIVITY 2020 TO 2022 – VALUE OF PROJECTS (£M) 35
CHART 11: UK HOTEL SECTOR INDICATIVE UK ROOM SUPPLY BY HOTEL GRADING 2019 – % OF BEDROOMS 40
CHART 12: ESTIMATED TURNOVER IN THE UK HOTEL SECTOR 2015 TO 2019 – VALUE (£BN) 41
TABLE 13: HOTEL SECTOR INDICATORS OF OCCUPANCY AND REVENUE (LONDON AND THE REGIONS) 2018 TO 2020 42
TABLE 14: PROJECT PIPELINE OF SELECTED HOTELS/INN CLIENTS BY 2018 TO 2024 – BY VALUE (£M PROJECTS OVER £50M) 45
CHART 15: UK BUDGET HOTEL SECTOR 2005 TO 2019 – NUMBER OF ROOMS 48
CHART 16: CURRENT CONSTRUCTION PIPELINE IN THE UK APARTHOTEL AND SERVICED APARTMENTS SECTOR 2020 TO 2025 – BY VALUE (£M) 53
CHART 17: HOTEL DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE (GB) LONDON VS. REGIONS 2020 TO 2025 – BY VALUE (£M) 55
CHART 18: UK HOTEL CONSTRUCTION PROJECT PIPELINE BY INDIVIDUAL REGIONS 2019 TO 2025 – BY VALUE (£M) 57
TABLE 19: UK HOTEL DEVELOPMENT PROJECT PIPELINE BY INDIVIDUAL REGIONS 2019 TO 2025 – NUMBER OF PROJECTS 58
CHART 20: INDICATIVE UK HOTEL DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE ROOM SUPPLY BY HOTEL GRADING – % 60
CHART 21: CONTRACTORS SHARE OF CONTRACT AWARDS IN HOTEL & CATERING SECTOR 2018 TO 2020 – % BY VALUE 62
TABLE 22: SELECTED LEADING CONTRACTORS IN THE HOTEL SECTOR BY FORWARD PIPELINE ACTIVITY 2020 TO 2022 – BY VALUE (£M) 63
TABLE 23: INDICATIVE UK HOTEL CONSTRUCTION COSTS BY TYPE OF DEVELOPMENT AND REGION 2019 – BY VALUE (£ PER SQ M) 65
CHART 24: UK HEALTH & FITNESS MARKET ESTIMATED NEW CLUBS OPENING 2011 TO 2019 – BY NUMBER OF CLUBS 68
CHART 25: UK HEALTH AND FITNESS (PRIVATE SECTOR) GYM SUPPLY BY SUBSECTOR 2019-20 – % BY NUMBER OF CLUBS 69
TABLE 26: LEADING PRIVATE HEALTH CLUB AND FITNESS BRANDS/OPERATORS 2020 – BY NUMBER OF CLUBS 70
TABLE 27: UK LEADING CASINO OPERATORS ESTIMATED MARKET SHARES 2019-20 – % BY NUMBER OF VENUES 77
TABLE 28: UK BINGO HALL SECTOR LEADING OPERATORS AND MARKET SHARE 2019-20 – % BY NUMBER OF VENUES 78
TABLE 29: INDICATIVE CONSTRUCTION PIPELINE BINGO AND CASINO RELATED ACTIVITY 2020 TO 2022 – BY VALUE (£M) AND NUMBER OF PROJECTS 80
TABLE 30: GROWTH OF THE UK CINEMA MARKET 2012 TO 2019 – BY TURNOVER, SITES, SCREENS AND ADMISSIONS 81
TABLE 31: LEADING CINEMA EXHIBITION OPERATORS ESTIMATED UK MARKET SHARES 2019-20 – BY NUMBER OF SITES AND SCREENS 82
TABLE 32: INDICATIVE CONSTRUCTION PIPELINE FOR CINEMA RELATED ACTIVITY 2020 TO 2023 – VALUE (£M) AND NUMBER OF PROJECTS 85
CHART 33: TURNOVER IN THE UK PUB SECTOR 2012 TO 2019 – BY VALUE (£BN) 87
TABLE 34: LEADING PUB OPERATORS BY PROPERTY PORTFOLIOS 2019-20 – INDICATIVE MARKET SHARES BY NUMBER OF PUBS 89
TABLE 35: LEADING UK RESTAURANT OPERATORS AND BRANDS 2019-20 – BY NUMBER OF OUTLETS 92
TABLE 36: INDICATIVE CONSTRUCTION PIPELINE RESTAURANTS, PUBS & BARS, CANTEENS & KITCHENS 2019-2023 – BY VALUE (£M) 95
TABLE 37: FOOD & BEVERAGE SECTOR CONSTRUCTION TOP PROJECT PIPELINE BY NAMED CLIENT 2019 TO 2023 – BY VALUE (£M) 96
CHART 38: SPORTS RELATED CONTRACTS AWARDED 2019 TO MAY 2020 – BY VALUE (£M) 99
TABLE 39: UK SPORTS SECTOR INDICATIVE CONTRACT AWARDS FOR COMPLETION 2020 TO 2025 – BY VALUE(£M) AND PROJECT NUMBERS 100
TABLE 40: INDICATIVE CONSTRUCTION PIPELINE, FOOTBALL, RUGBY, CRICKET AND TENNIS PROJECTS 2019 TO 2025 – BY VALUE (£M) 101
CHART 41: LEADING CONTRACTS TO THE SPORTS STADIA AND VENUES SECTOR 2012 TO MAY 2019 – % BY VALUE OF CONTRACTS AWARDED 104
CHART A1: GVA CHAINED VOLUME MEASURES, 2015-2020, KEY CONSTITUENT ELEMENTS 108
CHART A2: CPI INFLATION AND BANK OF ENGLAND BASE RATE, 2008-2023 109
CHART A3: AVERAGE WEEKLY EARNINGS DATA – GB – TOTAL PAY – 2014-2019 (SEASONALLY ADJUSTED) 110
CHART A4: DI PER CAPITA & SAVINGS RATIO AT CURRENT PRICES 2008-2023 111
CHART A5: EXCHANGE RATE FLUCTUATIONS 2015-2019, STERLING TO THE DOLLAR AND THE EURO, SPOT RATES 112


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