Shopfitting Market Report – UK 2017-2021 Analysis


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Shopfitting Market Report – UK 2017-2021 Analysis

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The 5th edition of this report reviews the key trends and demand for shopfitting services across a number of sectors, detailed analysis of the leading shopfitting and refurbishment contractors and an overview of key construction products and materials used in the shopfitting sector. Detailed market data and insight on the shopfitting market by AMA Research, a leading UK provider of construction market intelligence.

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The 5th edition of the ‘Shopfitting Market Report – UK 2017-2021 Analysis’ reviews the key trends and demand for shopfitting services across a number of sectors, detailed analysis of the leading shopfitting and refurbishment contractors, and an overview of key construction products and materials used in the shopfitting sector.

Key issues covered in the report:

  • Detailed analysis of key trends and demand for shopfitting services across a number of end use sectors – retail, banks and building societies, retail garages, cinemas, museums and art galleries.
  • Assessment of the supply structure and a detailed analysis of the leading shopfitting and refurbishment contractors in each sector, together with revenues and sector experience.
  • Analysis of expansion / refurbishment activity / development plans by key end-use clients within the shopfitting sector, including grocery and non-grocery retail; museum & gallery; retailing banking and airport retail.
  • Analysis of usage and trends for key product sectors in the shopfitting sector including HVAC, glazing, ceilings and partitions, floorcoverings, lighting, merchandising equipment etc.

Areas of particular interest include:

  • Market performance in 2016-2017 – review of growth prospects and key market drivers to 2021 – greater focus on refit programmes compared with new build schemes.
  • The market is being driven by leading retailers and supermarkets in particular, investing in existing portfolios through fit-out and improvement works rather than adding new space through new build.
  • Analysis of key challenges facing UK shopfitters in the face of rapidly evolving retail and leisure trends – pace of convenience/discount store format roll-out programmes, changing consumer habits, shifts in fashion/retailer branding, technology, constrained capital budgets, impact of e-commerce.
  • Analysis of the likely impact of Brexit on consumer confidence and retail spending. Retailers are seeing profit margins squeezed by higher import costs, whilst sectors such as hotel and leisure are likely to benefit from the weak pound.
  • Shopfitting contractors are diversifying into other commercial and public construction sectors, such as leisure, museums, airports and retail banking, with many increasing the range of services offered.
  • Detailed market data and insight on the shopfitting market by AMA Research, a leading UK provider of construction market intelligence.

Some of the companies included:

Alan Nuttall Partnership, Barlow Interiors, Barnwood Shopfitting, Beck Interiors, Bridgford Interiors, BWI Holdings, Caledonia Contracts, County Contractors, Edmonds, Ellmer & Chorus, Harvey Shopfitters, Havelock Europa, Hurst Group, ISG, Morris & Spottiswood, Newman Scott, Overbury, Portview, Powells Group, Simons Group, Simpson (York), Styles & Wood, Vinci, Vitra, Wates.


The Market

  • Shopfitting market – analysis by value from 2012-2016, with forecasts to 2021, key characteristics of this market. Impact of the economy and construction on the structure of the market – market trends and major factors influencing market development; e.g. 2016 autumn statement/2016 budget, impact of Brexit, retail developments, e-commerce, technology, planning regulations, legislation, environmental considerations.
  • Contractors output in the shopfitting sector – construction market overview, output values and forecasts 2012-2021 in the commercial, retail and entertainment sectors. Main procurement routes used in the shopfitting industry – framework agreements etc, along with the specification process.
  • UK retail market – market overview, retail construction output 2012-2021, retail sales & consumer spending, key trends in retail shopfitting.
  • Major retail development plans – key players, grocery/non-grocery/discounters/convenience/shopping centre sectors, summary of investment and expansion plans etc, capital spending, scheme details, developers etc.
  • Entertainment sector – market overview, entertainment & leisure construction output 2012-2021, key trends, key players, development pipelines.
  • Retail banking/building societies – major players, development plans.
  • Museums and galleries – funding, major projects etc.
  • Other sectors – retail motor and showroom industry, airports and airport retail – leading companies, expansion & development plans, shopfitting issues etc.

Products and Suppliers

  • Product mix estimates – ceilings & partitions, lighting equipment, contract flooring, commercial glazing, heating, ventilating & air conditioning (HVAC), merchandising equipment, etc. Trends by product sector, sector sizes, shopfitting market etc.
  • Other product sectors – merchandising units and equipment, wallcoverings, security equipment, CCTV, fire alarms, bathroom/kitchen fittings and furniture, electronic accessories and office furniture.
  • Structure of the shopfitting industry – leading 25 shopfitting companies – shopfitting expertise/services, key retail/leisure clients, projects, revenues etc.
  • Key smaller shopfitting companies – profiles, sector experience, key clients, revenues.
  • Key shopfitting companies in the airport, museum and motor retail industry.

Future Prospects

  • Forecast of market development – short & medium term prospects up to 2021.
  • Key market drivers – re-branding, impact of technology, continued focus on refurbishment rather than new developments, key growth sectors etc.

The shopfitting market has increased by 4% in 2016, following steady growth in recent years. Market growth has been driven by leading retailers and supermarkets in particular investing in existing portfolios through fit-out and improvement works. Retailers, particularly the supermarket retailers are all committed to investing in their existing estates to improve and enhance format rather than securing new space. This includes the expansion into convenience, online and multi-channel formats, which are creating an increasing demand for refresh, refit and refurbishment projects.

A number of other key issues are affecting the retail sector including the Government’s overhaul of the planning system affecting retail planning and development; the growing importance of sustainability and ethical retailing and the growth of technology, which is changing how shoppers, retailers and suppliers engage with one another. The pace of convenience/discount store format roll-out programmes, changing consumer habits, shifts in fashion, shrinking retailer budgets and the challenge of shopper expectations impacting on store design and space requirements, are all influencing the sector and providing opportunities for shopfitters.

The UK Shopfitting market is complex and highly fragmented, with a large number of suppliers undertaking a wide range of activities, though the sector has seen a relatively high level of consolidation in recent years. Going forward, it is expected that the rate of consolidation activity will slow, however competition continues to be high and companies are increasingly required to provide a wider number of services to their customers. Although smaller companies will continue to dominate the mix, they will continue to be vulnerable in a market that typically offers low margins and where large retailers will often prefer to deal with large suppliers.

In 2017, the value of the UK shopfitting market is forecast to rise by a further 2%, with growth in the short to medium term forecast at around 3-4% per year, reflecting the projected increase in refit programmes compared with new build schemes. The opportunities for shopfitting contractors are likely to come from the value and discount retailers and the grocery convenience sector, along with refits and re-branding programmes in the entertainment sector. Growth of in-store concessions – collaboration between retailers is also likely to continue to grow. In terms of regional opportunities, the London retail fit-out market remains buoyant.

  1. Contents Listing
  2. 1. INTRODUCTION 5
  3. 1.1 BACKGROUND 6
  4. 1.2 SOURCES OF INFORMATION 6
  5. 2. SUMMARY AND MARKET PROSPECTS 8
  6. 2.1 SUMMARY 8
  7. 2.2 MARKET PROSPECTS 10
  8. 3. ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT 11
  9. 3.1 GDP 11
  10. 3.2 INFLATION & INTEREST RATES 13
  11. 3.3 UNEMPLOYMENT 14
  12. 3.4 HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION 14
  13. 3.5 HOUSING & CONSTRUCTION 15
  14. 3.6 STERLING 16
  15. 3.7 POPULATION PROFILE 16
  16. 3.8 CONCLUSIONS 17
  17. 4. SHOPFITTING MARKET REVIEW 18
  18. 4.1 MARKET DEFINITION 18
  19. 4.2 MARKET SIZE AND VALUE TO 2021 19
  20. 4.3 MARKET STRUCTURE 20
  21. 4.4 FACTORS AFFECTING THE MARKET 23
  22. 4.4.1 Autumn Statement 2016 23
  23. 4.4.2 2016 Budget 24
  24. 4.4.3 Other Legislation 25
  25. 4.4.4 E Commerce 25
  26. 4.4.5 Impact of ‘Brexit’ 27
  27. 4.4.6 Planning Policy 27
  28. 4.5 CONTRACTORS OUTPUT IN THE SHOPFITTING MARKET 31
  29. 4.5.1 Construction Market Overview – Value of Non-Residential Output to 2021 31
  30. 4.5.2 Construction Market Overview – Value of Output by Sector 32
  31. 4.5.3 Construction Activity in the Commercial Market 33
  32. 5. KEY END USE SECTORS 36
  33. 5.1 UK RETAIL MARKET 36
  34. 5.1.1 Retail Construction 36
  35. 5.1.2 UK Retail Sales/Consumer Spending 40
  36. 5.1.3 Key Trends in Retail Shopfitting 41
  37. 5.2 ENTERTAINMENT SECTOR 42
  38. 5.2.1 Market Overview 42
  39. 5.2.2 Entertainment/Leisure Sector Construction 42
  40. 5.2.3 Outlook for Shopfitting Work in the Entertainment Sector 43
  41. 5.3 BANKS AND BUILDING SOCIETIES 44
  42. 5.4 MUSEUMS AND GALLERIES 46
  43. 5.5 RETAIL MOTOR TRADE 49
  44. 5.6 AIRPORTS 52
  45. 6. CONSTRUCTION SUPPLY AND DISTRIBUTION 54
  46. 6.1 STRUCTURE OF THE INDUSTRY 54
  47. 6.2 KEY SHOPFITTING COMPANIES 56
  48. 6.2.1 Company Profiles A-E 60
  49. 6.2.2 Company Profiles F-I 63
  50. 6.2.3 Company Profiles J-O 66
  51. 6.2.4 Company Profiles P-Z 68
  52. 6.3 OTHER SHOPFITTING COMPANIES 72
  53. 6.3.1 Airports 72
  54. 6.3.2 Museums 73
  55. 6.3.3 Retail Motor Trade 74
  56. 7. SHOPFITTING MARKET – KEY PRODUCT SECTORS 76
  57. 7.1 SPECIFICATION 77
  58. 7.1.1 Main Procurement Routes used in Shopfitting 77
  59. 7.1.2 Product Procurement 78
  60. 7.2 CEILINGS & PARTITIONS 79
  61. 7.2.1 Suspended Ceilings 79
  62. 7.2.2 Partitions 81
  63. 7.3 LIGHTING EQUIPMENT 82
  64. 7.4 CONTRACT FLOORCOVERINGS 85
  65. 7.5 COMMERCIAL GLAZING 87
  66. 7.6 HEATING, VENTILATION & AIR CONDITIONING (HVAC) 89
  67. 7.7 SHOPFITTING MARKET – OTHER PRODUCTS 92
  1. Tables & Charts
  2. CHART 1: UK SHOPFITTING MARKET BY VALUE: 2012-2021 (£BN MSP) 8
  3. TABLE 2: GDP DATA – 2013-2016 – KEY CONSTITUENT ELEMENTS 12
  4. CHART 3: INTEREST RATES AND INFLATION (CPI) FROM 2000-2021 13
  5. CHART 4: PDI & SAVINGS RATIO AT CURRENT PRICES 2000-2021 15
  6. TABLE 5: EXCHANGE RATE FLUCTUATIONS 2012-2019 – STERLING TO THE DOLLAR, AND THE EURO, SPOT RATES 16
  7. TABLE 6: UK SHOPFITTING MARKET 2012-2021 (£BN MSP) 19
  8. CHART 7: MANUFACTURERS OF SHOP AND OTHER OFFICE FURNITURE 2006-2016 21
  9. CHART 8: MANUFACTURERS OF OFFICE, SHOP AND OTHER OFFICE FURNITURE: % OF FIRMS BY TURNOVER SIZE BAND 2009, 2013 AND 2015 22
  10. TABLE 9: UK CORPORATION TAX RATES 2013-2020 (%) 25
  11. CHART 10: VALUE OF NON-RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT GB 2012-2021 BY VALUE (£BN AT CURRENT PRICES) 32
  12. CHART 11: NON-RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT NEW WORK ANALYSIS BY SECTOR 2016 AND 2021 – % BY VALUE GB 33
  13. TABLE 12: NON-DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION NEW OUTPUT OFFICES, RETAIL AND ENTERTAINMENT GB 2012-2021 – BY VALUE (£BN) 34
  14. TABLE 13: RETAIL CONTRACTOR’S OUTPUT 2012 – 2021 (£BN) 36
  15. TABLE 14: MAJOR RETAIL DEVELOPMENT PLANS/CONSTRUCTION SCHEMES – SUMMARY TABLE OF KEY PLAYER AND CAPITAL PLANS IN THE GROCERY/NON-GROCERY AND SHOPPING CENTRE SECTORS 38
  16. TABLE 15: PERFORMANCE OF THE UK RETAIL MARKET 2011-2021 (RETAIL TURNOVER £BN) 40
  17. TABLE 16: ENTERTAINMENT AND LEISURE CONSTRUCTION WORK (PUBLIC & PRIVATE SECTORS): CONTRACTOR’S OUTPUT 2012 – 2021 (£BN) 43
  18. CHART 17: NUMBER OF RETAIL BANK BRANCHES 2011-2020 44
  19. TABLE 18: TOP 15 RETAIL MOTOR GROUPS IN THE UK 2016 (£M) 50
  20. TABLE 19: UK SHOPFITTING EQUIPMENT DISTRIBUTION STRUCTURE 55
  21. TABLE 20: MAJOR SHOPFITTING COMPANIES LEAGUE TABLE 2016 (BY SALES AND CLIENTS) 58
  22. CHART 21: SHOPFITTING MARKET: KEY PRODUCT SHARES BY VALUE (MSP) 2016 76
  23. CHART 22: SHOPFITTING MARKET: ‘OTHER’ PRODUCTS – SECTOR SHARES BY VALUE (MSP) 2016 92

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