DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/w7qk83/housebuilding) has announced the addition of the "Housebuilding Market Report - UK 2014-2018 Analysis" report to their offering.
Housebuilding has now risen up the political agenda and, as a result, has generated much media focus in recent years - much of it involving a lack of understanding of the key issues. This report reviews current market developments with prospects through to 2018 and assesses key issues of supply shortfalls, planning and the significant mismatch between supply and demand and its implications on new housebuilding in the medium term.
Key areas in the report:
- Review of Housebuilders - analysis of major housebuilders, volumes, shares, positioning, key housebuilding indicators, industry concentration, changes in 2011-13 and forecasts of future trends.
- Detailed assessment of the market - housing starts and completions 2008-2018, analysis by sector (private/public/self build), mix of houses/apartments, forecasts.
- Government Policies - targets, planning changes, affordable housing programmes, self build, Help to Buy etc. Can we really build 240,000+ homes per annum - and are all the changes really achieving significant results?
- Future Prospects - outlook for 2014-15. Medium term prospects, barriers to growth, 'building what the market needs or wants'.
Areas of particular interest:
- Focus on major changes in housebuilding - forecasts up to 2018.
- Myths and misunderstandings - mismatch of supply and demand - targets, output, private/public sector.
- Government - planning changes, Affordable Housing Programme, funding schemes, Help to Buy etc.
- Industry concentration - increasing share taken by top developers - squeeze of smaller developers, role and prospects for self build.
- How can we build 240,000+ homes per year - who are the 'customers' willing and able to 'buy'?
Key Topics Covered:
2. SUMMARY AND FUTURE PROSPECTS
3. ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT
4. THE HOUSING MARKET
5. KEY INFLUENCING FACTORS
6. THE HOUSEBUILDERS
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/w7qk83/housebuilding