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Description

This report will give you fast, easy access to robust information from analysis and critical recommendations – so you can make the right decisions, at the right time. It will challenge routine thinking by providing you with fresh, new perspectives that energize your thought process.

This report analyses the UK market for new housing, providing details on both the public and private sector, as well as providing a detailed regional analysis of the activity of the sector because the market is not homogeneous, and many operators are active in confined regions.

For the purposes of this report, the following definitions have been utilised:

Public sector housing: comprising housing schemes, old people's homes and the provision within housing sites of roads and services for gas, water, electricity, sewage and drainage. Such housing schemes are funded by a local authority or (increasingly) a housing association.

Private sector housing: comprising all privately owned buildings for residential use, such as houses, flats and maisonettes, bungalows, cottages and the provision of services to new developments. Starts: defined as being when work commences on the laying of a dwelling's foundation.

Completion: being defined as when a dwelling becomes available for occupation.

Dwelling: a building, or any part of a building, which forms a separate and self-contained set of premises designed to be occupied by a single family.

East of England: Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk, Suffolk

East Midlands: Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire

North: Cleveland, Durham, Northumberland, Tyne & Wear North West: Cheshire, Greater Manchester, Lancashire, Merseyside, Cumbria South East: Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, East Sussex, Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Kent, Oxfordshire, Surrey, West Sussex, Greater London

South West: Avon, Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Gloucestershire, Somerset, Wiltshire West Midlands: Hereford, Worcester, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire, West Midlands Yorkshire and Humberside: Humberside, North Yorkshire, South Yorkshire, West Yorkshire

What's included

What's included

Table of contents

Table of contents

  1. Executive Summary

    • Introduction

      • Definitions
        • Methodology
          • Abbreviations
            • Market Positioning
              • UK Economy
                • Overview
                  • Inflation
                    • Interest Rates
                      • House Prices
                        • Consumer Spending
                          • Market Factors
                            • Figure 1: Home Ownership in Great Britain, 1991-2011
                            • Figure 2: Residential Property Transactions in the UK, 2007-2012
                            • Figure 3: Percentage of House Type in Total New Housing Starts in Great Britain, 2007-12
                        • Market Size and Trends

                          • Chapter Summary
                            • Market Size
                              • Figure 4: Development of Housing Construction Activity in Great Britain, 2008-2012
                              • Figure 5: Analysis of house Building Output, 2005-2013
                            • Market Segmentation
                                • Figure 6: Analysis of New Public Housing Construction Output in Great Britain, 2008-2012
                                • Figure 7: Public Housing Starts and Completions in the UK, 2008-2012
                                • Figure 8: Analysis of Private Housing Construction Output in Great Britain, 2008-2012
                                • Figure 9: Private New Housing Starts and Completions in the UK, 2008-2012
                              • North East England
                                • Figure 10: Analysis of House Building Activity in the North East of England, 2008-2012
                                • Figure 11: Analysis of House Building Completions in the North East of England, by Local Authority, 2009-2013
                              • Yorkshire & Humberside
                                • Figure 12: Analysis of House Building Activity in Yorkshire & Humberside, 2008-2012
                                • Figure 13: Analysis of House Building Completions in Yorkshire & Humberside, by Local Authority, 2009-2013
                              • East Midlands
                                • Figure 14: Analysis of House Building Activity in the East Midlands, 2008-2012
                                • Figure 15: Analysis of House Building Completions in the East Midlands, by Local Authority, 2009-2013
                              • East of England
                                • Figure 16: Analysis of House Building Activity in the East of England, 2008-2012
                                • Figure 17: Analysis of House Building Completions in the East of England, by Local Authority, 2009-2013
                              • South East England
                                • Figure 18: Analysis of House Building Activity in South East England, 2008-2012
                                • Figure 19: Analysis of House Building Completions in South East England, by Local Authority, 2009-2013
                              • London
                                • Figure 20: Analysis of House Building Activity in London, 2008-2012
                                • Figure 21: Analysis of House Building Completions in London, by Borough, 2009-2013
                              • South West England
                                • Figure 22: Analysis of House Building Activity in South West England, 2008-2012
                                • Figure 23: Analysis of House Building Completions in South West England, by Local Authority, 2009-2013
                              • West Midlands
                                • Figure 24: Analysis of House Building Activity in the West Midlands, 2008-2012
                                • Figure 25: Analysis of House Building Completions in the West Midlands, by Local Authority, 2009-2013
                              • North West England
                                • Figure 26: Analysis of House Building Activity in North West England, 2008-2012
                                • Figure 27: Analysis of House Building Completions in North West England, by Local Authority, 2009-2013
                              • Wales
                                • Figure 28: Analysis of House Building Activity in Wales, 2008-2012
                              • Scotland
                                • Figure 29: Analysis of House Building Activity in Scotland, 2008-2012
                            • Industry Structure

                              • Chapter Summary
                                • Industry Development
                                  • Company Profiles
                                    • Barratt Developments
                                      • Figure 30: Financial Analysis of Barratt Developments, 2008-2012
                                    • Bellway
                                        • Figure 31: Financial Analysis of Bellway, 2008-2012
                                      • The Berkeley Group Holdings
                                        • Figure 32: Financial Analysis of The Berkeley Group Holdings, 2009-2013
                                      • Bovis Homes
                                        • Figure 33: Financial Analysis of Bovis Homes Group, 2008-2012
                                      • Countryside Properties (UK)
                                        • Figure 34: Financial Analysis of Countryside Properties (UK), 2008-2012
                                      • Crest Nicholson
                                        • Figure 35: Financial Analysis of Crest Nicholson, 2008-2012
                                      • Taylor Wimpey
                                          • Figure 36: Financial Analysis of Taylor Wimpey, 2007-2011
                                        • Renew Holdings
                                          • Figure 37: Financial Analysis of Renew Holdings, 2008-2012
                                        • Persimmon
                                            • Figure 38: Financial Analysis of Persimmon, 2008-2012
                                          • Redrow Group
                                              • Figure 39: Financial Analysis of Redrow, 2008-2012
                                          • Forecast

                                            • Chapter Summary
                                              • The Market
                                                  • Figure 40: Forecast Private Housing Output in Great Britain, 2013-2017
                                                  • Figure 41: Forecast Public Housing Output in Great Britain, 2013-2017
                                                • The Industry
                                                • Further Sources & Contacts

                                                  • Trade Associations
                                                    • Trade Magazines
                                                      • Trade Exhibitions

                                                      About the report

                                                      This report will give you a complete 360-degree view of your market. Not only is it rooted in robust proprietary and high-quality third-party data, but our industry experts put that data into context and you’ll quickly understand:

                                                      • The Consumer

                                                        What They Want. Why They Want It.

                                                      • The Competitors

                                                        Who’s Winning. How To Stay Ahead.

                                                      • The Market

                                                        Size, Segments, Shares And Forecasts: How It All Adds Up.

                                                      • The Innovations

                                                        New Ideas. New Products. New Potential.

                                                      • The Opportunities

                                                        Where The White Space Is. How To Make It Yours.

                                                      • The Trends

                                                        What’s Shaping Demand – Today And Tomorrow.

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