Domestic Garden Buildings and Structures Market Report – UK 2020-2024 – including Covid-19 Insight

The 6th edition of the Domestic Garden Buildings and Structures Market Report has been published. This report reviews the market size, structure, key product sectors, supply and distribution structures, and provides forecasts of market development through to 2024.

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The 6th edition of the Domestic Garden Buildings and Structures Market Report – UK 2020-2024‘ provides a detailed review of key sectors of the market: garden buildings for all year use, log cabins, summerhouses, garden sheds & storage containers, greenhouses and garden structures.

This unique report provides both a quantitative and qualitative analysis of the UK market overall and by major product group. It focuses on market size and future prospects, by value, key trends and drivers, leading suppliers, distribution structures, etc.

Products included in the report:

  • Detailed assessment of the market – including garden buildings for all year use, log cabins, summerhouses, garden sheds & storage containers, greenhouses and garden structures – total UK market size, trends, product mix, factors influencing growth, market prospects.
  • Key suppliers & distribution mix – analysis of key suppliers with a review of market share and distribution structure.

Areas of particular interest include:

  • Review of market performance 2015-2019 – consumer interest, homeworking, housebuilding, house moving, housing tenure, weather, gardening activities, upgrading and customization of buildings, growth areas, etc.
  • Estimates for 2020 and forecasts to 2024 – future growth expectations, key opportunities and threats to the market including home working levels.
  • Product sector review – analysis of market performance for garden buildings and structures, 2015-2019 and forecasts to 2024.
  • Review of market structure and distribution channels – including key suppliers.

Some of the companies included:

Blue Forest UK, Crane Garden Buildings, Dagless, Dunster House, Eden Greenhouses, Elite Greenhouses, Eurovudas, Forest Garden, Garden Lodges, Green Retreats, Harrod UK, Hartley Botanic, Henley Garden Buildings, Homelodge Buildings, Homestead Timber Buildings, Inside Out Buildings, Juliana Group, Kybotech, Lowfield, Keder Greenhouses, Lugarde, Luoman Oy, Mercia Garden Buildings, Palmako, Pinelog, Rooms Outdoor, Rowlinson Garden Products, Smart Offices, Swallow (GB), TG Escapes, The Greenhouse People, The Malvern Collection, Timeless Garden Rooms, Vitavia Garden Products, Wentworth Garden Rooms, YardMaster and more.

Market Structure

  • Comprehensive review of Garden Buildings and Structures market – market size (buildings only) 2015-2019, key trends within sectors, influencing factors, market prospects to 2024.
  • Product mix – garden building for all year use; log cabins & summerhouses; garden sheds & storage; greenhouses; and garden structures.
  • Market forecasts – market size, prospects and influencing factors on market to 2024.

Products

  • Product sector analyses – definition, recent market performance and forecasts by product from 2020-24, including influencing factors and trends.
  • Product sectors: garden building for all year use (modular, timber-framed and other insulated garden buildings e.g. tree-houses, shepherds huts); log cabins & summerhouses; garden sheds & storage; greenhouses; and garden structures etc.
  • Product mix shares by value.
  • Outlook for market development – forecasts up to 2024, with influencing key consumer interest, homeworking, housebuilding, house moving, housing tenure, weather, gardening activities & trends, upgrading and customization of buildings, growth areas, impact of Covid-19 pandemic, etc.

Suppliers and Distribution

  • Overview of the market – distribution structure indicating key routes to market.
  • Supply structure – including review of key suppliers by product groups.
  • Market share by value for the major suppliers.
  • Profiles of key suppliers – turnovers, areas of specialization etc.

Distribution Structure

  • Structure of distribution channels for supply of garden buildings and structures.
  • Distribution shares for major domestic channels – market shares by major channels – home improvement multiples, direct supply, online, mail order & catalogue companies, garden centres, timber and builders’ merchants, etc.
  • Review of major organisations within each channel.

Tables and Charts

There are 27 tables and charts included in this report.

The market has experienced growth since 2015 benefiting from improving consumer confidence and spending as well as factors such as an improving housing market, increased levels of homeworking, trend for secondary residential garden buildings and growing popularity in ‘outdoor living’ & spending time in the garden.

Other factors that impact on the market include the weather, ‘grow your own’ activities, and product development. There has been an increase in the use of garden buildings for a wide range of leisure activities as well as a trend for upgrading specification and increased customisation of buildings.

The different sub-sectors vary in their maturity, with the sheds and greenhouse sector representing mature sectors compared to other less mature sectors such as garden rooms. The high household penetration of sheds and greenhouse means these sectors are more dependent on upgrading and replacement products. Whereas the lower penetration of other sectors such as garden rooms allows for higher levels of growth.

Prospects for the garden buildings and structures market into the medium-term remain relatively optimistic. The range of factors influencing the market include wider macro-issues such as the UK economy, consumer confidence & spending and housebuilding & house moving levels as well as more product specific issues, such as design trends, product specifications and product developments.

Assuming the impacts of Covid-19 are time-limited, household income growth should resume from 2021 and the garden buildings and structures market is forecast to recover, assisted by improving housebuilding levels and the trend for using buildings for leisure activities, homeworking and accommodation purposes.

Contents Listing

1. INTRODUCTION 8
1.1 BACKGROUND 8
1.2 SOURCES OF INFORMATION 8
2. SUMMARY AND FUTURE PROSPECTS 10
2.1 SUMMARY 10
2.2 MARKET PROSPECTS 11
3. DOMESTIC GARDEN BUILDING AND STRUCTURES MARKET 13
3.1 DEFINITION 13
3.2 MARKET SIZE 13
3.2.1 Market Value 13
3.2.2 Market Volume 17
3.3 MARKET PROSPECTS 19
3.4 PRODUCT MIX 22
3.5 KEY MARKET INFLUENCES 23
3.5.1 The Housing Market 23
3.5.2 Housing Transactions 24
3.5.3 Planning Permission 25
3.5.4 Homeworking 26
3.5.5 Other influences 28
4. SHEDS AND GARDEN STORAGE MARKET 30
4.1 DEFINITION 30
4.2 MARKET SIZE 30
4.2.1 Market Prospects 32
4.3 MIX BY MATERIAL 32
4.3.1 Wood 33
4.3.2 Metal 34
4.3.3 Plastic 34
4.4 PRODUCT FEATURES 34
4.4.1 Sheds 34
4.4.2 Garden Storage Solutions 36
4.5 DISTRIBUTION AND SUPPLIERS 36
5. UK LOG CABIN AND SUMMERHOUSE MARKET 39
5.1 DEFINITION 39
5.2 MARKET SIZE 39
5.3 PRODUCT MIX 40
5.3.1 Log Cabins 40
5.3.2 Summerhouses 43
6. UK MARKET FOR GARDEN BUILDINGS FOR ALL YEAR USE 45
6.1 DEFINITION 45
6.2 MARKET SIZE 45
6.2.1 Product Range and Market Characteristics 47
6.3 PRODUCT MIX OF ‘GARDEN BUILDINGS FOR ALL YEAR USE’ MARKET 50
6.3.1 Modular Garden Rooms 50
6.3.2 Timber Framed Buildings 52
6.3.3 Other Garden Rooms 54
7. UK GREENHOUSE MARKET 55
7.1 DEFINITION 55
7.2 MARKET SIZE 55
7.3 PRODUCT MIX 57
7.4 DISTRIBUTION AND SUPPLY 60
8. GARDEN STRUCTURES 61
8.1 MARKET SIZE AND CHARACTERISTICS 61
8.1.1 Market Value 61
8.1.2 Market Characteristics and Trends 62
8.2 PRODUCT MIX 63
9. LEADING SUPPLIERS 64
9.1 MARKET SHARES 64
9.2 KEY UK SUPPLIERS 65
10. DISTRIBUTION STRUCTURE 70
10.1 OVERVIEW 70
10.2 DISTRIBUTION STRUCTURE 70
10.3 DISTRIBUTION CHANNEL SHARES 72
10.3.1 Home Improvement Multiples 75
10.3.2 Online and Mail Order Retailers 76
10.3.3 Garden Centres 79
10.3.4 Timber and Builders’ Merchants 80
10.3.5 Direct Supply and Other Retailers 81
APPENDICES 83
APPENDIX A. ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT 83
A.1 OVERVIEW AND OUTLOOK 83
A.2 GDP 83
A.3 INFLATION AND INTEREST RATES 85
A.4 EMPLOYMENT AND WAGES 86
A.5 HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION 87
A.6 STERLING 88

Tables & Charts

CHART 1: UK DOMESTIC GARDEN BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES MARKET 2015 TO 2024 – BY VALUE (£M RSP) 10
TABLE 2: UK DOMESTIC GARDEN BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES MARKET 2015-2024 – BY VALUE (£M RSP) 14
TABLE 3: UK GARDEN BUILDINGS MARKET (GARDEN ROOMS, TIMBER FRAME BUILDINGS AND LOG CABINS) 2015 TO 2024 – BY VOLUME (UNITS) 18
CHART 4: PRODUCT MIX OF UK MARKET FOR DOMESTIC GARDEN BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES 2019 – % BY VALUE 22
CHART 5: NEW HOUSING STARTS AND COMPLETIONS (GB) 2015 TO 2021 – BY VOLUME (DWELLINGS) 23
TABLE 6: UK RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY TRANSACTIONS* VALUED AT £40K OR ABOVE (NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED) 2015-2019 – BY VOLUME (000’S) 25
CHART 7: UK HOMEWORKERS WORKING MAINLY FROM HOME 2001 TO 2019 – NUMBER (MILLIONS) 27
TABLE 8: UK SHEDS AND GARDEN STORAGE CONTAINER MARKET, 2015 TO 2024 – BY VALUE (£M RSP) 31
CHART 9: DOMESTIC SHEDS AND GARDEN STORAGE MARKET BY TYPE OF MATERIAL (WOOD, METAL & PLASTIC) 2019 – % BY VALUE 33
TABLE 10: UK DOMESTIC LOG CABIN AND SUMMERHOUSE MARKET, 2015 TO 2024 – BY VALUE (£M RSP) 39
CHART 11: PRODUCT MIX DOMESTIC LOG CABIN AND SUMMERHOUSE MARKET 2019 – % BY VALUE 40
TABLE 12: UK ‘GARDEN BUILDINGS FOR ALL YEAR USE’ MARKET 2015 TO 2024 – BY VALUE (£M RSP) 46
CHART 13: PRODUCT MIX OF UK MARKET FOR GARDEN BUILDINGS FOR ALL YEAR USE 2019 – % BY VALUE 50
TABLE 14: UK DOMESTIC GREENHOUSE MARKET 2015 TO 2024 – BY VALUE (£M RSP) 55
CHART 15: UK DOMESTIC GREENHOUSE MARKET PRODUCT MIX 2019 – % BY VALUE 58
CHART 16: GARDEN STRUCTURES MARKET 2015 TO 2024 – BY VALUE (£M RSP) 61
CHART 17: UK MARKET FOR GARDEN STRUCTURES PRODUCT MIX 2019 – % BY VALUE 63
TABLE 18: UK GARDEN BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES MARKET LEADING SUPPLIERS 2019 – % BY VALUE 64
CHART 19: DISTRIBUTION STRUCTURE FOR UK GARDEN BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES MARKET 71
TABLE 20: UK GARDEN BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES MARKET MAIN DISTRIBUTION CHANNEL SHARE 2019 – % BY VOLUME 72
TABLE 21: DISTRIBUTION SHARES OF GARDEN BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES MARKET 2019 – % BY VALUE 74
CHART 22: PURCHASER OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS BY AGE CATEGORY 2019 76
CHART A1: GVA CHAINED VOLUME MEASURES KEY CONSTITUENT ELEMENTS 2015-2020 – % CHANGE 84
CHART A2: CPI INFLATION AND BANK OF ENGLAND BASE RATE 2008 TO 2023 85
CHART A3: AVERAGE WEEKLY EARNINGS DATA (GB) 2014 TO 2019 – TOTAL PAY (SEASONALLY ADJUSTED) 86
CHART A4: DISPOSABLE INCOME PER CAPITA AND SAVINGS RATIO AT CURRENT PRICES 2008 TO 2023 87
CHART A5: EXCHANGE RATE FLUCTUATIONS STERLING TO THE DOLLAR AND THE EURO SPOT RATES 2015 TO-2019 88

 


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