Construction in the High-Rise Buildings Market Report – UK 2018-2025


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Market research report on the UK high-rise building construction market, covering market size, forecasts, key market influencers, supply chain and contractors for the sector between 2018 and 2025. 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.

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The 1st edition of the Construction in the High-Rise Buildings Market Report – UK 2018-2025 analyses the scale of the high-rise industry in the UK, puts this into a global perspective, while also assessing the regionality of the high-rise sector in the UK, the key end use sectors in the industry, construction supply chain and the key influencing factors and design considerations in the industry. The report should be of particular interest to construction companies and their supply chains, house builders, developers and investors and key stakeholders and companies operating in both the residential and commercial property markets.

Key issues analysed include:

  • Structure and size of the high-rise buildings market in the UK.
  • Global high-rise buildings pipeline 2018-2025 – analysis in the development pipeline by size, stage, end use sector and country.
  • London high-rise market – analysis of the size and structure of the market in London by building size, end use sector and by Borough.
  • UK regional high-rise buildings market – analysis of the structure and scale including size, end use sector and city, e.g. Liverpool, Leeds, Newcastle, Portsmouth, Plymouth, Glasgow etc.
  • UK Regional and London development pipelines 2018-2025 – analysis by building size, stage of development, end use sector, region, construction material, construction team.
  • Key influences – foreign & overseas investment in the high-rise buildings property market, planning policies, London Plan, the impact of Brexit on property investment activity.

Key areas of insight include:

  • Review of the key materials / product suppliers including: Access Equipment; Cladding; Concrete Frame; Fire Safety; Lifts & Escalators; Paints & Coatings; Piling & Groundwork; Sealants; and Steel Fabricators.
  • Review of the supply chain including: Architects; Consulting Engineers; MEP / Building Contractors; Developers & Investors; Façade Engineers; Fit-out Contractors; and Civil & Structural Engineers.
  • Detailed profiles of key construction contractors, analysis of key activity and project pipelines.
  • Key end use sectors in the high-rise sector: Private and Luxury Residential Sectors; Private Rented Sector (PRS); Affordable Housing; Commercial Office; Mixed-use; Hotel and Student Accommodation Sectors.
  • Outline of design and cost considerations in high-rise buildings – indicative costs by activity sub & superstructure, facades, MEP services, fit-out, programme and offsite manufacturing. Other considerations include suitability of building materials, fire risk, wind and seismic considerations, environmental & sustainability issues, access and logistics 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:

  • UK and Global market for High-Rise Buildings: Structure and size of the Global High-Rise Buildings Market. Analysis of high-rise buildings stock by size, end use sector and country.
  • Global High-Rise Buildings Development Pipeline 2016-2025 – Analysis of high-rise buildings in the development pipeline by building size, stage of development, end use sector and country.
  • 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, including analysis of schemes in Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, Newcastle, Portsmouth, Plymouth, Glasgow and Sheffield.
  • London High-Rise Buildings Market – Analysis of the size and structure of the high-rise buildings market in London by building size, end use sector and by Borough.
  • UK Regional and London High-Rise Buildings Development Pipeline 2016-2025 – Analysis of schemes by building size, stage of development, end use sector, region, construction materials and construction team.
  • Construction Market Overview – Analysis of total current and forecast construction output and output by sector.

Key End Use Sectors:

  • Analysis of high-rise buildings construction in the London and Regional Private and Luxury Residential Sectors;
  • High-rise construction in the Affordable Housing Sectors. Analysis of affordable housing completions and targets outlined in the London Plan;
  • Analysis of high-rise buildings construction in the Private Rented Sector (PRS);
  • Analysis of high-rise buildings construction in the Regional and London Commercial Office Sector;
  • Analysis of high-rise buildings construction in the Mixed-use and Hotel Sector;
  • Analysis of high-rise buildings construction in the Student Accommodation Sector.

Key Influencing Factors & Design Considerations:

  • 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:

  • Review of the construction and professional services suppliers in the high-rise buildings market including: Architects; Consulting Engineers; Construction Contractors; Developers & Investors; Façade Engineers; Fit-out Contractors; MEP Contractors; and Civil & Structural Engineers.
  • Detailed profiles of key construction contractors with high-rise buildings experience and analysis of key activity and project pipelines.

There has been significant growth in the construction of high-rise buildings in recent years, with the scale and height of buildings being constructed greater than at any other time. The UK pipeline of high-rise buildings continues to grow – London has over 435 high-rise buildings in the development pipeline, of which almost 20% are currently under construction, and an increasing number of tall buildings are also coming forward in Liverpool, Leeds, Newcastle, Portsmouth, Plymouth, Glasgow and Sheffield.

  1. Contents Listing
  2. 1. INTRODUCTION 6
  3. 1.1 BACKGROUND 6
  4. 1.2 SOURCES OF INFORMATION 7
  5. 2. SUMMARY AND PROSPECTS 8
  6. 2.1 KEY TRENDS AND DEVELOPMENTS 8
  7. 2.2 UK REGIONS AND LONDON 9
  8. 2.3 KEY END-USE SECTORS 10
  9. 3. ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT AND SOCIAL BACKGROUND 12
  10. 3.1 GDP 12
  11. 3.2 INFLATION & INTEREST RATES 14
  12. 3.3 UNEMPLOYMENT 15
  13. 3.4 HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION 15
  14. 3.5 HOUSING AND CONSTRUCTION 16
  15. 3.6 HOUSING AND CONSTRUCTION 17
  16. 3.7 POPULATION PROFILE 17
  17. 3.8 CONCLUSIONS 18
  18. 4. HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS CONSTRUCTION MARKET – OVERALL 19
  19. 4.1 OVERVIEW & DEFINITION 19
  20. 4.2 GLOBAL MARKET FOR HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS – INTERNATIONAL COMPARISONS 20
  21. 4.2.1 Overall Market 20
  22. 4.2.2 End-Use Sector 21
  23. 4.2.3 Country Comparison 22
  24. 4.2.4 Global Development Pipeline 24
  25. 4.3 UK MARKET FOR HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS 27
  26. 4.3.1 Overall Market 27
  27. 4.3.2 Regional Market 27
  28. 4.3.3 High-Rise Development Pipeline 2016-2025 28
  29. 5. HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS CONSTRUCTION MARKET – UK REGIONS 31
  30. 5.1 LONDON HIGH-RISE DEVELOPMENT 31
  31. 5.1.1 London Market Size and Development Pipeline 2016-2025 31
  32. 5.2 HIGH-RISE CONSTRUCTION – LONDON BOROUGHS 38
  33. 5.2.1 Barnet 38
  34. 5.2.2 City of London 38
  35. 5.2.3 Croydon 39
  36. 5.2.4 Greenwich 39
  37. 5.2.5 Hackney 40
  38. 5.2.6 Lambeth 40
  39. 5.2.7 Newham 40
  40. 5.2.8 Southwark 41
  41. 5.2.9 Tower Hamlets 41
  42. 5.2.10 Wandsworth 42
  43. 5.3 REGIONAL HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS MARKET 42
  44. 5.3.1 Overall Market Size and Development Pipeline 42
  45. 5.3.2 Birmingham 43
  46. 5.3.3 Liverpool 44
  47. 5.3.4 Manchester 45
  48. 5.3.5 Salford 46
  49. 5.3.6 Newcastle 47
  50. 5.3.7 Other Cities 47
  51. Bristol 47
  52. Cardiff 48
  53. Glasgow 48
  54. Plymouth 49
  55. Portsmouth 49
  56. 5.4 REGIONAL HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE 2016-2025 50
  57. 6. KEY END-USE SECTORS IN THE HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS MARKET 54
  58. 6.1 OVERVIEW 54
  59. 6.2 RESIDENTIAL 55
  60. 6.2.1 Affordable Housing 56
  61. 6.2.2 Private Sector – Luxury Residential 58
  62. 6.2.3 Private Rented Sector/Build to Rent 61
  63. 6.3 COMMERCIAL OFFICE 66
  64. 6.4 STUDENT ACCOMMODATION 69
  65. 7. KEY INFLUENCING FACTORS/DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS 73
  66. 7.1 CONSTRUCTION MARKET OVERVIEW 73
  67. 7.1.1 Construction New Work and RMI – Value of Output to 2020 73
  68. 7.1.2 Construction Output by Sector in 2016 74
  69. 7.2 COST ISSUES 77
  70. 7.2.1 Overview 77
  71. 7.2.2 Construction Costs and Design Considerations 78
  72. 7.2.3 Superstructure 79
  73. 7.2.4 Façade 81
  74. 7.2.5 MEP Services 82
  75. 7.2.6 Lifts 82
  76. 7.2.7 Fit-out Costs 82
  77. 7.2.8 Programme and Off-site Prefabrication 83
  78. 7.2.9 Safety 83
  79. 7.2.10 Wind & Seismic Conditions 84
  80. 7.2.11 Sustainability/Environmental Considerations 85
  81. 7.3 KEY MATERIALS AND PRODUCT SUPPLIERS FOR HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS 86
  82. 7.4 FUNDING AND INVESTMENT 90
  83. 7.4.1 Foreign & Overseas Investment in the High-Rise Buildings Property Market 90
  84. 7.4.2 Impact of ‘Brexit’ on Investment Activity 93
  85. 7.5 PLANNING ISSUES 93
  86. 7.5.1 Planning Policy for High-Rise Buildings 93
  87. 7.5.2 London – High-Rise Buildings Strategies 95
  88. 7.5.3 London Boroughs – High-Rise Buildings Policies 96
  89. Barnet 96
  90. City of London 96
  91. Croydon 97
  92. Greenwich 97
  93. Hackney 97
  94. Lambeth 97
  95. Newham 97
  96. Southwark 97
  97. Tower Hamlets 97
  98. Wandsworth 98
  99. 8. CONSTRUCTION MARKET SUPPLY IN THE HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS SECTOR 99
  100. 8.1 KEY CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES AND CONTRACTORS IN THE HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS SECTOR 99
  101. 8.1.1 Construction Contractor Profiles 99
  102. Beijing Construction Engineering Group 99
  103. Bouygues 99
  104. Brookfield Multiplex 99
  105. Byrne Group 100
  106. Canary Wharf Group 100
  107. Carillion 100
  108. Lend Lease 101
  109. MACE 102
  110. Skanska 102
  111. Vermont Construction 102
  112. 8.1.2 Construction and Professional Services Supply – Key Sectors 102
  1. Tables & Charts
  2. TABLE 1 UK HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS MARKET- COMPLETED AND PIPELINE BUILDINGS (BY SECTOR AND REGION) 8
  3. TABLE 2 GDP DATA – 2013-2016 – KEY CONSTITUENT ELEMENTS 13
  4. CHART 3 INTEREST RATES AND INFLATION (CPI) FROM 2000-2020 14
  5. CHART 4 PDI & SAVINGS RATIO AT CURRENT PRICES 2000-2020 16
  6. TABLE 5 EXCHANGE RATE FLUCTUATIONS 2012-2018 – STERLING TO DOLLAR AND EURO, SPOT RATES 17
  7. CHART 6 HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS COMPLETED – NUMBER BY COUNTRY 20
  8. CHART 7 GLOBAL HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS COMPLETED – % SHARE BY END-USE SECTOR 21
  9. TABLE 8 COMPLETED HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS -INTERNATIONAL COMPARISONS BY HEIGHT, FLOORS, SECTOR ETC (TOP 20 BUILDINGS) 23
  10. CHART 9 GLOBAL HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE (UNDER CONSTRUCTION AND PROPOSED) – NUMBER OF PROJECTS BY COUNTRY 25
  11. TABLE 10 GLOBAL HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE – INTERNATIONAL COMPARISONS (BY SCHEME, HEIGHT, COUNTRY ETC) 26
  12. TABLE 11 UK HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS (NUMBER OF BUILDINGS BY SECTOR AND CITY) 28
  13. CHART 12 HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE 2016-2025 – CONSTRUCTION STATUS 29
  14. CHART 13 HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE 2016-2025 – % SHARE BY END-USE SECTOR 29
  15. TABLE 14 UK HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE 2016-2025 (NO. BUILDINGS BY SECTOR AND BY CITY) 30
  16. CHART 15 LONDON HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE 2016-2025 – % SHARE BY END-USE SECTOR 31
  17. TABLE 16 LONDON – HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE BY BOROUGH 33
  18. TABLE 17 LONDON HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE 2016-2025 (TOP 50 BUILDINGS BY END-USE SECTOR, CONSTRUCTION DATA, STATUS AND CONSTRUCTION TEAM) 34
  19. CHART 18 REGIONAL HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE 2016-2025 – % SHARE BY END-USE SECTOR 42
  20. CHART 19 BIRMINGHAM HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE 2016-2025 – NUMBER OF PROJECTS 43
  21. CHART 20 LIVERPOOL HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE 2016-2025 – NUMBER OF PROJECTS 44
  22. CHART 21 MANCHESTER HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE 2016-2025 – NUMBER OF PROJECTS 45
  23. CHART 22 SALFORD HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE 2016-2025 – NUMBER OF PROJECTS 46
  24. TABLE 23 REGIONAL HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE 2016-2025 (KEY BUILDINGS BY END-USE SECTOR, CONSTRUCTION DATA, STATUS AND CONSTRUCTION TEAM) 51
  25. CHART 24 UK HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS COMPLETED – % SHARE BY SECTOR 54
  26. CHART 25 HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE 2016-2025 – % SHARE BY END-USE SECTOR (LONDON AND THE UK) 55
  27. TABLE 26 KEY HIGH-RISE RESIDENTIAL SCHEMES LONDON – AFFORDABLE UNITS 58
  28. TABLE 27 KEY LUXURY HIGH-RISE RESIDENTIAL SCHEMES – UK 60
  29. CHART 28 GROWTH OF THE PRS SECTOR 2014-2025 (NO. DWELLINGS) (M) 61
  30. TABLE 29 KEY HIGH-RISE PRS/BUILD SCHEMES IN THE UK PIPELINE 64
  31. TABLE 30 UK OFFICE MARKET – REGIONAL SUMMARY DATA BY CITY 2015-16 67
  32. TABLE 31 TOP HIGH-RISE OFFICE SCHEMES IN THE UK PIPELINE 68
  33. CHART 32 FORWARD PIPELINE OF STUDENT BED-SPACES BY OPERATORS – 2016-2019 70
  34. TABLE 33 TOP HIGH-RISE STUDENT ACCOMMODATION SCHEMES IN THE UK PIPELINE 72
  35. CHART 34 VALUE OF CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT NEW WORK 2011-2020 BY VALUE (£BN AT CURRENT PRICES) 73
  36. CHART 35 NON-RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT ANALYSIS BY SECTOR 2015 AND H1 2016 – % BY VALUE GB 74
  37. TABLE 36 HIGH BUILDINGS – CONSTRUCTION COSTS – RESIDENTIAL 2016 79
  38. TABLE 37 HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS – CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS SUPPLY – KEY EXPERTISE BY PRODUCT 87
  39. CHART 38 LONDON NEW RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY – PURCHASES BY BUYER TYPE 2014 91
  40. CHART 39 PRIME CENTRAL LONDON RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY – PURCHASES BY BUYER ORIGIN 2014 92

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