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英國的高等教育·學生宿舍建設市場分析

Construction in the Higher Education and Student Accommodation Sector Report - UK 2018-2022

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英國的高等教育·學生宿舍建設市場分析 Construction in the Higher Education and Student Accommodation Sector Report - UK 2018-2022
出版日期: 2018年03月07日 內容資訊: 英文 92 Pages
簡介

英國的大學的建築需求,即使引進了學費也和以前一樣非常順利,推進了授課/管理/住宿用機構的提供,可能是國內建築市場中最有潛力的領域。

本報告提供英國的高等教育·學生宿舍建設市場相關分析,大學的投資資金的檢討,學生宿舍市場趨勢,維修的課題,成長預測,主要業者,承包商/國際集團等等,為您概述為以下內容。

第1章 簡介

第2章 摘要·未來展望

第3章 英國的高等教育概要

  • 英國的大學概要
  • 學生數的增加
  • 學費
  • 高等教育白皮書

第4章 高等教育的投資·支出

  • 資金結構
  • 英格蘭的HEFCE
  • 蘇格蘭的SFC
  • 威爾斯的HEFCW
  • 捐獻基金

第5章 高等教育市場上建設活動

  • 教育的總建設量
  • 高等教育的建設量
  • 高等教育的資本支出
  • 大學的不動產
  • 大學/學生宿舍的資本大樓計劃
  • 高等教育市場上資本企劃的獲得
  • 主要的高等教育的建築承包商者

第6章 學生宿舍市場

  • 概要
  • 學生宿舍的提供
  • 學生宿舍的種類
  • 市場影響因素
  • 學生宿舍市場的主要促進因素

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目錄
Product Code: bis3

The 7th edition of the 'Construction in the Higher Education and Student Accommodation Sector Report - UK 2018-2022' specifically reviews the higher education (HE) construction market, with specific focus on the purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) sector.

Key content covered in the report

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  • Structure and size of the UK PBSA and HE sectors across London and key regions.
  • Review of the HE estate - size, age, condition and running costs.
  • Analysis of current and forecast capital expenditure in the HE sector.
  • Review of capital expenditure of the top 40 universities and the teaching/research HE construction pipeline.
  • Leading commercial operator/ investor/ developer activity in the PBSA market.
  • Analysis of factors affecting PBSA development.
  • Total construction output in the HE sector 2017-2022.

Areas of particular interest

  • Partnerships between universities and private sector operators - student housing partnerships.
  • Impact of rising build and site costs and the trend for more affordable accommodation.
  • Supply - demand imbalance in the PBSA sector and the problem of under-supply in many university towns, especially London
  • Review of new construction activity in the PBSA/HE sector and an overview of contractor/developer capability and experience in the sector. In addition, we review the PBSA development pipeline over the next 4-5 years.
  • Review of key influences on future student growth, and the likely impact of Brexit on EU student numbers.
  • Detailed market data and insight on the higher education and student accommodation market by AMA Research, a leading UK provider of construction market intelligence.

Some of the companies included:

Alumno Developments, Balfour Beatty, BAM, Barberry Developments, Bargate Property Ltd, BSRE, CODE Students, Crosslane Group, Crown Student Living, Downing, John Turner Construction, Kier, Interserve, Land Securities, Mace, McAleer & Rushe, McLaren Construction, McLaren Property, Morgan Sindall, Peel Group, Peveril Securities, Quintain, Vinci, Vita Student, UNITE Group, Wates, Watkin Jones, Willmott Dixon

Construction in the Higher Education Sector

  • Total non-residential construction output - value of non-domestic output to 2022. Construction output by sector in 2017-2022.
  • Higher education construction output - market size and future prospects.
  • University estates capital expenditure - size, age and condition of the University estate; capital expenditure by type of building; outlook for HE capital spending; University/student accommodation capital building programmes.
  • University partnerships with the private sector/ university enterprise zones.

Construction Supply in the Higher Education Sector

  • Leading contractors in the higher education sector and leading clients in the student accommodation sector.
  • Contractor activity in 2017 - non-residential projects; residential/student accommodation projects.
  • Procurement of university construction work - purchasing consortia; frameworks; specification.

Higher Education in the UK

  • Overview of universities in the UK - rise of the 'New Universities'; role of private providers in the HE sector.
  • Student growth - applications; overseas students; impact of Brexit on student numbers.
  • Tuition fees - implications for Universities' spending.
  • Higher education spending and investment - funding structures; HEFCE funding for England; SFC funding for Scotland; HEFCW funding for Wales.
  • Analysis of university endowment funds and bond markets in the higher education sector.

The Student Accommodation Market

  • Overview and market structure - provision of and market for student accommodation in London and key regions.
  • Types of student accommodation - university halls; partnerships between universities and private sector operators; commercially operated halls.
  • Leading commercial operators of student accommodation.
  • Factors affecting the PBSA market - PBSA rents; planning issues and Community Infrastructure Levies (CIL).
  • PBSA development trends and construction costs; PBSA development by type of accommodation. Use of offsite construction in the PBSA market.
  • PBSA development pipeline - PBSA activity by region; commercial operator development pipeline; UK PBSA development pipeline value.
  • Forecast and outlook for the UK student accommodation market.

Report Summary

Despite the increase in tuition fees, student numbers continue to expand in the higher education sector placing great pressure upon university teaching, research and residential infrastructure. There is now a considerable need to address past under-investment and provide additional space for teaching, research and student accommodation.

Total construction output in the Higher Education sector was estimated to be worth close to £4bn in 2017 (public and private work), and this is forecast to rise as the market for university construction work steadily increases. Investment continues to increase among UK universities as competition to attract overseas students has intensified. There is a particularly buoyant pipeline of ongoing new work at a number of universities as part of major long-term development programmes to increase provision for additional students, upgrade residential, teaching and research accommodation, and to build new campuses.

However, while the increased level of investment is a positive sign, many HEIs still have large amounts of non-residential space in poor condition. Because there are significant backlog repair and maintenance issues associated with many university buildings, many universities are being forced to decide whether to replace or refurbish a large number of their buildings. In the coming years, university estates may need to remodel their capital programmes to meet revised funding expectations with increasing emphasis on effective use of space, reuse of existing built assets and programmes that drive carbon reduction targets.

Going forward, higher education sector workloads are expected to be boosted by key long-term capital building programmes announced by universities as they seek to invest in research, teaching and accommodation facilities, compete to attract the best (and highest paying) students and prepare for the challenges that lie ahead as a result of Brexit.

Table of Contents

List of Contents

Contents Listing

1. INTRODUCTION

  • 1.1 INTRODUCTION
  • 1.2 CONSTRUCTION ISSUES

2. SUMMARY AND FUTURE PROSPECTS

  • 2.1 SUMMARY
  • 2.2 PIPELINE AND REGIONS

3. ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT

  • 3.1 GDP
  • 3.2 INFLATION & INTEREST RATES
  • 3.3 UNEMPLOYMENT
  • 3.4 HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION
  • 3.5 HOUSING & CONSTRUCTION
  • 3.6 STERLING
  • 3.7 POPULATION PROFILE
  • 3.8 CONCLUSIONS

4. CONSTRUCTION IN THE HIGHER EDUCATION SECTOR

  • 4.1 TOTAL NON-RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT
    • 4.1.1 Construction New Work - Value of Non-Domestic Output to2022
    • 4.1.2 Construction Output by Sector
  • 4.2 HIGHER EDUCATION CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT
    • 4.2.1 Definition
    • 4.2.2 Construction Output Market Size - Higher Education & Student Accommodation
    • 4.2.3 Construction Output Market Prospects
  • 4.3 KEY DRIVERS FOR THE HIGHER EDUCATION SECTOR
    • 4.3.1 Capital Investment in the Devolved Regions
    • 4.3.2 University Estates Capital Expenditure
    • 4.3.3 University/Student Accommodation Building Programmes
    • 4.3.4 Partnerships with the Private Sector

5. FOCUS ON THE STUDENT ACCOMMODATION MARKET

  • 5.1 OVERVIEW AND MARKET STRUCTURE
  • 5.2 MARKET SIZE AND STRUCTURE
    • 5.2.1 Value of the UK PBSA Development Pipeline
    • 5.2.2 Forecast for the UK Development Pipeline
    • 5.2.3 Student Accommodation Development Pipeline
  • 5.3 PROVISION OF STUDENT ACCOMMODATION
    • 5.3.1 Overall Provision
    • 5.3.2 Regional Provision of Student Accommodation
    • 5.3.3 Types of Student Accommodation
  • 5.4 FACTORS AFFECTING THE MARKET
    • 5.4.1 PBSA Rents
    • 5.4.2 Planning Issues and Community Infrastructure Levies (CIL)
    • 5.4.3 PBSA Development Trends and Costs
    • 5.4.4 Use of Offsite Construction in the PBSA Market

6. HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE UK

  • 6.1 OVERVIEW OF UNIVERSITIES IN THE UK
    • 6.1.1 Rise of the 'New Universities'
    • 6.1.2 Role of Private Providers in the HE Sector
  • 6.2 STUDENT GROWTH
    • 6.2.1 Applications
    • 6.2.2 Overseas Students
  • 6.3 TUITION FEES AND IMPLICATIONS FOR UNIVERSITIES' SPENDING
  • 6.4 HIGHER EDUCATION SPENDING AND INVESTMENT
    • 6.4.1 Funding Structures
    • 6.4.2 HEFCE Funding for England
    • 6.4.3 SFC Funding for Scotland
    • 6.4.4 HEFCW Funding for Wales
    • 6.4.5 Endowment Funds

7. CONSTRUCTION SUPPLY IN THE HIGHER EDUCATION SECTOR

  • 7.1 LEADING CONTRACTORS IN THE HIGHER EDUCATION SECTOR
    • 7.1.1 Contractor Activity in2017
  • 7.2 LEADING CLIENTS IN THE STUDENT ACCOMMODATION SECTOR
    • 7.2.1 PBSA Developer-Contractors
  • 7.3 PROCUREMENT OF UNIVERSITY CONSTRUCTION WORK

Tables & Charts

  • CHART 1: UNIVERSITY FACILITIES AND PURPOSE BUILT STUDENT ACCOMMODATION (PBSA) CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT - BY VALUE (£BN)2013 TO2022
  • TABLE 2: GDP DATA -2015-2017 - KEY CONSTITUENT ELEMENTS
  • CHART 3: INTEREST RATES AND INFLATION (CPI) FROM2000-2022
  • CHART 4: PDI & SAVINGS RATIO AT CURRENT PRICES2000-2022
  • TABLE 5: EXCHANGE RATE FLUCTUATIONS2014-2020 - STERLING TO THE DOLLAR, AND THE EURO, SPOT RATES
  • CHART 6: VALUE OF TOTAL NON-DOMESTIC CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT2013-2022 BY VALUE (£BN AT CURRENT PRICES)
  • CHART 7: VALUE OF NON-RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT NEW WORK BY SECTOR - % BY VALUE2017
  • CHART 8: GROWTH IN UK HIGHER EDUCATION AND OTHER EDUCATION CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT - BY VALUE £BN AT CURRENT PRICES2013 TO2022
  • CHART 9: HIGHER EDUCATION CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT AS A PROPORTION OF ALL EDUCATION WORK IN2017 (%)
  • CHART 10: UK HIGHER EDUCATION AND STUDENT ACCOMMODATION CONSTRUCTION OUTPUT - BY VALUE £BN AT CURRENT PRICES2013 TO2022
  • TABLE 11: TOP CAPITAL ALLOCATIONS TO HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS2017-18 (£M)
  • TABLE 12: SFC SCOTLAND CAPITAL FUNDING TO HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS2017-18 (£M)
  • CHART 13: UNIVERSITY ESTATE RUNNING COSTS2015-16 (% BY FUNCTION)
  • CHART 14: AGE OF THE NON-RESIDENTIAL UNIVERSITY ESTATE2015-16
  • CHART 15: AGE OF THE RESIDENTIAL UNIVERSITY ESTATE2015-16
  • TABLE 16: HIGHER EDUCATION ESTATE MANAGEMENT DATA BY INSTITUTION2015-16
  • CHART 17: PUBLIC SECTOR HIGHER EDUCATION SECTOR - CAPITAL EXPENDITURE BY TYPE OF BUILDING (%)2015-16
  • TABLE 18: UK HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS - CAPITAL EXPENDITURE BY TYPE OF BUILDING2015-16
  • CHART 19: HIGHER EDUCATION CAPITAL EXPENDITURE2014-2020 (£BN)
  • CHART 20: QUANTITY OF HIGHER EDUCATION CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS AWARDED IN2017 BY TYPE OF BUILDING (%)
  • CHART 21: HE NON-RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS AWARDED IN2017 BY TYPE OF DEVELOPMENT (%)
  • TABLE 22: HIGHER EDUCATION SECTOR - KEY PROJECTS/SCHEMES AT EARLY PLANNING STAGE (AS AT NOVEMBER2017)
  • TABLE 23: UNIVERSITY ENTERPRISE ZONES IN THE UK - SUMMARY
  • CHART 24: ESTIMATED VALUE OF THE PBSA MARKET AND PIPELINE TO THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY:2013-2022
  • CHART 25: ESTIMATED NUMBER OF NEW STUDENT BED SPACES BUILT PER YEAR -2012-2022
  • TABLE 26: PBSA SCHEMES: CONTRACTS AWARDED (YEAR TO JANUARY2018) BY EXPECTED YEAR OF COMPLETION, NUMBER OF SCHEMES, VALUE (£M) AND NUMBER OF BED-SPACES
  • TABLE 27: PBSA SCHEMES: NUMBER AND VALUE OF CONTRACTS AWARDED (YEAR TO JANUARY2018) BY MAJOR CITY
  • CHART 28: FORWARD PIPELINE OF STUDENT BED-SPACES BY OPERATOR2018-21
  • CHART 29: TYPES OF STUDENT ACCOMMODATION IN THE UK - APPROXIMATE SHARE BY TYPE2016-17
  • TABLE 30: REGIONAL PROVISION OF STUDENT ACCOMMODATION AT MAJOR UK UNIVERSITIES2017-18
  • CHART 31: LONDON STUDENT ACCOMMODATION - BED-SPACES BY TYPE2017-18 (%)
  • TABLE 32: REGIONAL PROVISION OF STUDENT ACCOMMODATION AT MAJOR UK UNIVERSITIES2017-18 - NO. OF BEDS/% IN UNIVERSITY ACCOMMODATION
  • CHART 33: UNIVERSITY AND PRIVATE SECTOR PARTNERSHIPS: RISE IN DBFO AND STOCK TRANSFER SCHEMES2007-2017
  • TABLE 34: MARKET SHARES OF LEADING PBSA OPERATORS (INCLUDING HOUSING ASSOCIATIONS)2017
  • TABLE 35: CIL RATES BY CITY AND BY TYPE OF DEVELOPMENT (INCLUDING STUDENT ACCOMMODATION) (£/SQ. M.)
  • CHART 36: NEW PBSA DEVELOPMENTS - ACCOMMODATION BY TYPE2017-18 (%)
  • CHART 37: HEI APPLICATIONS2013-2017 (JUNE DEADLINE) (UK, EU & OVERSEAS APPLICANTS)
  • CHART 38:2017 OVERSEAS APPLICANTS TO UK UNIVERSITIES BY COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
  • TABLE 39: ANNUAL TUITION FEES IN THE UK BY COUNTRY (COURSES STARTING IN2018)
  • CHART 40: UK HIGHER EDUCATION MAIN SOURCES OF INCOME - ACADEMIC YEAR2015-16
  • CHART 41: HEFCE FORECASTS FOR HIGHER EDUCATION SECTOR INCOME LEVELS IN ENGLAND:2015-2020 (£BN)
  • TABLE 42: HEFCE FINANCIAL GRANT FOR FINANCIAL YEARS2013-14 TO2017-18 (£M)
  • TABLE 43: HEFCE FUNDING2017-18 - TOP UNIVERSITIES BY SIZE OF GRANT (£M)
  • TABLE 44: SFC FINANCIAL GRANT FOR FINANCIAL YEARS2013-14 TO2017-18 (£M)
  • TABLE 45: SFC FUNDING2017-18 - ALLOCATIONS TO UNIVERSITIES (£M)
  • TABLE 46: TOP15 UK UNIVERSITY ENDOWMENT FUNDS2016-17 (£M)
  • TABLE 47: TOP10 CONTRACTORS IN THE NON-RESIDENTIAL HE SECTOR (BY NUMBER & VALUE OF CONTRACTS AWARDED) YEAR TO JANUARY2018
  • TABLE 48: TOP20 CONTRACTORS IN THE RESIDENTIAL/STUDENT ACCOMMODATION SECTOR (BY NUMBER & VALUE OF CONTRACTS AWARDED) YEAR TO JANUARY2018
  • TABLE 49: TOP30 PBSA CLIENTS IN THE RESIDENTIAL/STUDENT ACCOMMODATION SECTOR (BY NUMBER & VALUE OF CONTRACTS AWARDED) YEAR TO JANUARY2018
  • TABLE 50: HIGHER EDUCATION SECTOR - PURCHASING CONSORTIA AND KEY ESTATES FRAMEWORKS
  • TABLE 51: HIGHER EDUCATION SECTOR - KEY LONG-TERM CAPITAL FRAMEWORKS

COMPANIES MENTIONED:

Alumno Developments, Balfour Beatty, BAM, Barberry Developments, Bargate Property Ltd, BSRE, CODE Students, Crosslane Group, Crown Student Living, Downing, John Turner Construction, Kier, Interserve, Land Securities, Mace, McAleer & Rushe, McLaren Construction, McLaren Property, Morgan Sindall, Peel Group, Peveril Securities, Quintain, Vinci, Vita Student, UNITE Group, Wates, Watkin Jones, Willmott Dixon

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