Street Furniture and Lighting Market Report – UK 2018-2022


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Street Furniture and Lighting Market Report – UK 2018-2022

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The 3rd edition of the ‘Street Furniture and Lighting Market Report’ incorporates original research and provides a comprehensive review of the street furniture market and the street lighting sector, with information collated from a wide range of trade and other sources. Data and comment is specific and relevant to the markets involved.

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The 3rd edition of the ‘Street Furniture and Lighting Market Report – UK 2018-2022’ incorporates original research and provides a comprehensive review of the street furniture market as well as the street lighting sector, with information collated from a wide range of trade and other sources. Data and comment is specific and relevant to the markets involved.

Key issues covered in the report:

  • Street Furniture – benches and seats, bollards and barriers, bins, posts and rails, planters, cycle stands, etc.
  • Street Lighting – lamps, luminaires, poles/posts etc.
  • Street Lighting & Furniture market size 2015 to 2018.
  • Street Lighting market prospects to 2022 – key influences, budget pressures, impact of Brexit.
  • Street Furniture market prospects to 2022 – key influences, budget pressures, direct control/long term maintenance contracts etc.

Areas of particular interest:

  • Key customer base – local authorities/highway maintenance contractors etc. – budget pressures.
  • Review of street furniture market – fragmented range of products – market sizes in 2015 through to 2017 and future prospects up to 2022.
  • Street lighting market – overall performance forecast through to 2022, mix between products, review of lighting types.
  • Review of fragmented supply structure – key players, market structure, share estimates of leading players etc.

Some of the companies included

Amberol, Autopa, ATG Access, Bailey Streetscene, Bellsure (Streetsure), Broxap, D W Windsor, ESE World Falco UK, Frontier Pitts, Furnitubes, Woodscape, Glasdon, Hahn Plastics, Hartecaste, Townscape, Heritage Street Furniture, Hill & Smith – Mallatite, Langley Design, Leafield Environmental, Marshalls Street Furniture, Orchard Street Furniture, Safetyflex, Shelterstore, Wybone and more.


MARKET STRUCTURE

  • Structure of customer base, local Government in the UK, Highways England and other stakeholders.
  • Types of contracts, framework agreements, annual tenders, term maintenance contracts, buying consortia etc.

STREET FURNITURE MARKET

  • Sales mix by product type – benches/seats, bollards/barriers, bins, planters, posts/rails, cycle stands etc. Review of each product, market sizes with forecasts 2015-2022, key trends, changing product mix, strengths and weaknesses, key suppliers etc.
  • Sales mix by materials – benches, bollards etc – steel, timber, plastics, concrete etc – trends in usage etc.
  • Review of product types – e.g. cycle stands etc.
  • Market prospects to 2022 – key influences, budget pressures, direct control/long term maintenance contracts etc.

STREET LIGHTING MARKET

  • Street lighting market size – market value 2015-18, recent trends.
  • Share of market by product type – street lights, illuminated signs/bollards. Types of systems used (growth of LED, low/high pressure sodium, metal halide etc).
  • Market prospects to 2022 – key influences, budget pressures, impact of Brexit.

STREET LIGHTING MARKET

  • Overview of generator power rating mix.
  • Overall generator hire market – mix of generator equipment and ancillary products.
  • Breakdown of generator hire end-use sectors.
  • Legislation and product development.
  • Major equipment suppliers.

DISTRIBUTION / SUPPLIERS FOR EACH MARKET

  • Major channels of distribution for street furniture – share mix between direct supply, specialist distributors, internet, builders merchants.
  • Major channels of distribution for street lighting – share mix between direct supply, specialists etc.
  • Suppliers of street furniture – review of key suppliers by product sector, share estimates, fragmented supply chain etc.
  • Suppliers of street lighting – key players split by luminaires, control systems, lighting columns, contractors, distributors etc.
  • Profiles of key suppliers – product ranges, market position etc.

Street furniture is a collective term for objects and pieces of equipment installed on streets and roads for various purposes. The total street furniture market includes: benches, traffic barriers, bollards, post boxes, phone boxes, streetlamps, traffic lights, traffic signs, bus stops, tram stops, taxi stands, public lavatories, fountains, watering troughs, memorials, public sculptures, and waste receptacles.

Street furniture is used on roads and pavements, motorways, urban roads, and parks and leisure facilities. Manufacturers and suppliers of street furniture supply a number of other markets, but this report focuses on the local authority sector, and excludes other sectors such as Education, Healthcare, Rail & Transport, Residential Developments, Retail & Commercial, Restaurants & Bars, Sports & Leisure, Ministry of Defence, etc.

There are companies who manufacture in the UK and market their own products, and others who mainly manufacture for others and do not have a high profile with end users. However, a substantial volume of products is imported into the UK. Imported products tend to be the simpler products, with many originating from China. Many companies specialised in only one or two products, while some supply the whole range. Others will specialise purely in one type of material such as stainless steel or timber, and sometimes street furniture is only a very small part of the business.

Our forecasts indicate some growth over the 2018-2022 period, though rates of growth will be modest due to increasing pressures on Local Authority budgets. With grants from Central Government to Local Authorities falling, over the next few years urban landscaping will be regarded as a lower priority for spending compared to social services and therefore likely to be under continual pressure for funding. Therefore, local authorities will be looking for ways to save money and maintenance budgets for street furniture may be limited because of high demand from other areas of highway maintenance expenditure, such as filling pot holes and converting street lighting to LEDs.

Contents Listing

  1. 1 INTRODUCTION 7
  2. 1.1 BACKGROUND 7
  3. 1.2 SOURCES OF INFORMATION 7
  4. 2. SUMMARY 8
  5. 2.1 STREET FURNITURE MARKET SIZE AND TRENDS 8
  6. 2.2 STREET LIGHTING MARKET SIZE AND TRENDS 9
  7. 3. ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT 12
  8. 3.1 GDP 12
  9. 3.2 INFLATION & INTEREST RATES 13
  10. 3.3 UNEMPLOYMENT 14
  11. 3.4 HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION 15
  12. 3.5 HOUSING & CONSTRUCTION 15
  13. 3.6 STERLING 16
  14. 3.7 POPULATION PROFILE 17
  15. 3.8 CONCLUSIONS 17
  16. 4. MARKET STRUCTURE 18
  17. 4.1 BACKGROUND 18
  18. 4.2 STRUCTURE OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN THE UK 18
  19. 4.3 MOTORWAYS AND TRUNK ROADS: ENGLAND, SCOTLAND AND WALES 20
  20. 4.3.1 Highways England 20
  21. 4.4 TYPES OF CONTRACTS 21
  22. 4.4.1 Overview 21
  23. 4.4.2 Framework Agreements 21
  24. 4.4.3 Annual Tenders 22
  25. 4.4.4 Term Maintenance Contracts 22
  26. 4.4.5 Buying Consortia 22
  27. 4.4.6 PFI contracts 22
  28. 5. STREET FURNITURE 25
  29. 5.1 DEFINITION 25
  30. 5.2 MARKET SIZE 25
  31. 5.3 KEY MARKET INFLUENCES 28
  32. 5.3.1 Standards 28
  33. 5.3.2 Planning 28
  34. 5.3.3 Budgets 29
  35. 5.3.4 Safety 29
  36. 5.3.5 Maintenance and Environment 30
  37. 5.3.6 Sustainability 30
  38. 6 PRODUCTS 32
  39. 6.1 OVERVIEW 32
  40. 6.1.1 Benches & Seats 32
  41. 6.1.2 Bins for Waste, Grit etc. 34
  42. 6.1.3 Bollards & Barriers 35
  43. 6.1.4 Cycle Stands 36
  44. 6.1.5 Planters 37
  45. 6.1.6 Post & Rail and Fencing 38
  46. 6.1.7 Signage including Street Name Plates 39
  47. 7. SUPPLY AND DISTRIBUTION 42
  48. 7.1 SUPPLIERS OF STREET FURNITURE 42
  49. 7.2 STREET FURNITURE DISTRIBUTION 46
  50. 8. STREET LIGHTING 48
  51. 8.1 BACKGROUND 48
  52. 8.2 KEY MARKET FACTORS 51
  53. 8.2.1 Funding 51
  54. 8.2.2 Procurement Frameworks 52
  55. 8.2.3 Housebuilding Trends 52
  56. 8.2.4 Costs and Risks 54
  57. 8.3 PRODUCTS 54
  58. 8.3.1 Background 54
  59. 8.3.2 Types of Lighting 55
  60. 8.3.3 Street Lighting Columns 58
  61. 8.3.4 Control of Street Lighting 58
  62. 8.3.5 Illuminated Signs and Bollards 59
  63. 8.4 SUPPLY AND DISTRIBUTION 60
  64. 8.4.1 Contractors 60
  65. 8.4.2 Key Suppliers 61
  66. 8.4.3 Street Lighting Distribution 64

Tables & Charts

  1. CHART 1: TOTAL LOCAL AUTHORITY STREET FURNITURE MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 2015-2022 (BY VALUE) 8
  2. CHART 2: TOTAL STREET LIGHTING MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 2015-2022 (BY VALUE) 10
  3. TABLE 3: GDP DATA – 2015-2018 – KEY CONSTITUENT ELEMENTS 12
  4. CHART 4: INTEREST RATES AND INFLATION (CPI) FROM 2000-2022 14
  5. CHART 5: PDI & SAVINGS RATIO AT CURRENT PRICES 2000-2022 15
  6. TABLE 6: EXCHANGE RATE FLUCTUATIONS 2014-2020 – STERLING TO THE DOLLAR, AND THE EURO, SPOT RATES 16
  7. CHART 7: TOTAL STREET FURNITURE MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST – ALL APPLICATIONS – 2015-2022 (BY VALUE) 26
  8. CHART 8: LOCAL AUTHORITY STREET FURNITURE MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 2015-2022 (BY VALUE) 27
  9. TABLE 9: LOCAL AUTHORITY STREET FURNITURE MARKET 2017 – MARKET SIZE BY PRODUCT MIX (BENCHES/SEATS, BOLLARDS/BARRIERS, CYCLE STANDS, BINS, PLANTERS, POSTS/RAILS ETC.) 32
  10. CHART 10: BENCHES AND SEATS MARKET: 2015-2022 33
  11. TABLE 11: BENCHES AND SEATS – SHARE BY MATERIAL MIX/TYPICAL COSTS 2018 33
  12. CHART 12: BINS MARKET: 2015-2022 34
  13. CHART 13: BOLLARDS & BARRIERS MARKET: 2015-2022 35
  14. TABLE 14: MARKET MIX BY TYPES OF BOLLARDS AND AVERAGE COSTS 2018 36
  15. CHART 15: CYCLE STANDS MARKET: 2015-2022 36
  16. TABLE 16: CYCLE STANDS MARKET – KEY PRODUCT TYPES, TYPICAL MATERIAL COSTS – COST PER BIKE 2018 37
  17. CHART 17: PLANTERS MARKET: 2015-2022 38
  18. CHART 18: POSTS AND RAILS MARKET: 2015-2022 39
  19. CHART 19: SIGNAGE INCLUDING STREET NAME PLATES MARKET: 2015-2022 40
  20. TABLE 20: KEY SUPPLIERS OF STREET FURNITURE – MARKET SHARES 2017 42
  21. TABLE 21: UK DISTRIBUTION CHANNEL SHARES FOR STREET FURNITURE PRODUCTS 2017 – % BY VALUE 46
  22. TABLE 22: TOTAL STREET LIGHTING MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST 2015-2022 (BY VALUE) 48
  23. TABLE 23: UK PUBLIC SECTOR EXPENDITURE ON STREET LIGHTING (£M) – 2011/2012-2016/2017 49
  24. TABLE 24: LOCAL AUTHORITIES – CAPITAL EXPENDITURE ON STREET LIGHTING IN ENGLAND (£M), 2013/2014-2015/2016 50
  25. CHART 25: UK STREET LIGHTING MARKET BY VALUE 2017 50
  26. TABLE 26: HOUSE BUILDING STARTS AND COMPLETIONS (UK) 2013 TO 2022 – BY VOLUME 52
  27. CHART 27: PRODUCT MIX OF PUBLIC SECTOR STREET LIGHTING – % BY VOLUME 55
  28. TABLE 28: TYPES OF LIGHTING SYSTEMS USED IN UK – PRODUCT, COLOUR, LAMP LIFE, ENERGY EFFICIENCY 56
  29. TABLE 29: KEY SUPPLIERS OF STREET LIGHTING – ESTIMATED MARKET SHARES 2017 61
  30. TABLE 30: UK DISTRIBUTION CHANNEL SHARES FOR STREET LIGHTING PRODUCTS 2017: % BY VALUE 64

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