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Education Construction Market Report - UK 2011-2015

  • Published: September 2011
  • Region: United Kingdom
  • 92 Pages
  • AMA Research

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"AMA Research are pleased to announce the publication of the 4th Edition of the report “Education Construction Market Report – UK 2011-2015 Analysis”, which focuses on the major structural and financial changes within the UK education sector and key government capital building programmes. Key areas in the report:
- Key market trends and impact of government spending cuts on education projects and capital programmes
- What next after BSF - impact of ‘James Review’ published in July 2011
- State and private resource and capital funding in the education sector
- Current and forecasts of contractors output in the education market
- Education Capital Programmes - Government targets and progress to date (BSF, Academies Programme, Free Schools, PFI)

Areas of particular interest:
- Review of education spending priorities for the next 4 years as announced in the 2010 CSR, including a 60% cut to the capital budget.
- Recommendations of recent Sebastian James Review of Education Capital, and implications for future education construction work.
- What next after BSF? - Key opportunities for construction work in the primary and secondary READ MORE >

1 Introduction

2 Summary And Future Prospects

3 Primary And Secondary Education In The Uk
31 Structure Of The State Education System
311 England And Wales
312 Scotland
313 Northern Ireland
32 Types Of School In The Uk
321 Mainstream State Schools
322 State Schools With Particular Characteristics
323 Independent Schools
324 State Education Funding In The Uk
325 Education Spending

4 The Higher Education Sector In The Uk
41 Overview & Structure
411 Rise Of The ‘New’ Universities
412 The Role Of Private Providers In The He Sector
413 Student Growth
414 Tuition Fees
415 Higher Education White Paper
42 Higher Education Funding
421 Sources Of Funding
422 Funding Councils
423 Endowment Funds

5 Education Construction In The Uk
51 Total Construction Output
511 Value Of Output - Construction New Work
512 Construction Output By Sector
513 Construction Output In 2011 And Beyond
52 Contractors Output In The Education Sector
521 Output In The Universities Sector
522 Outlook For Education Construction Work
523 Education Capital Programmes
53 Capital Expenditure In The Schools Sector
531 England
532 Scotland
533 Wales
534 N Ireland
54 Education Sector – Procurement Routes And Frameworks
541 National Contractors Framework
542 Building Schools For The Future Programme (Bsf)
543 Academies Programme
544 Primary Capital Programme
545 Free Schools
546 Scotland – Schools For The Future Programme
547 Wales – 21St Century Schools Programme
548 £2Bn Schools Pfi Programme
55 Capital Expenditure In The Higher Education Sector
551 Capital Expenditure Levels
552 University Estates
553 University Capital Building Programme
56 University Infrastructure – Student Accommodation
561 Types Of Student Accommodation
562 Regional Provision Of Student Accommodation
563 Student Accommodation Market In London
564 Commercial Student Accommodation Sector
565 Impact Of Financial Constraints On Student Accommodation Sector

6 Construction Supply In The Education Sector
61 Overview
62 Key Construction Companies And Contactors
63 Private Sector Consortia In The Education Sector
64 Key Education Contractor Profiles

"AMA Research has recently published the 4th Edition of its review of construction activity in the UK education sector, which focuses on the major structural and financial changes within the UK education sector and key government capital building programmes. The report should be of particular interest to clients, construction professionals and supply chains currently involved or seeking involvement in the UK primary, secondary and higher education sectors.

In the face of a changing UK Education Market, the Report focuses specifically on key market trends and the impact of government spending cuts on education projects and capital programmes.

The Report also reviews the Government education spending priorities for the next four years as announced in the 2010 CSR, including a 60% cut to the capital budget. We assess the implications of these cuts to the construction industry and discuss the main opportunities for construction work in the primary and secondary education sectors, after the scrapping of the BSF Programme. The emphasis is now on two main capital programmes – the Academies Programme and the recently announced £2bn schools PFI programme, which will partially replace BSF.

The structure of the education sector is also changing, with academies and free schools being actively encouraged by the Coalition government. We discuss the key recommendations of the recent Sebastian James Review of Education Capital, and the implications of the Review for future education construction work.

We also consider changes affecting the higher education sector, including university funding and tuition fees, which are expected to have a wide-reaching effect on the way that university property is procured, funded, developed and managed.

Also included is a detailed analysis of capital investment levels in the higher education sector, together with an in-depth look at construction activity in the student accommodation sector and the forward development pipeline for commercial bed-spaces.

Information for this report has been collated from a wide range of sources including Government Publications, company literature and the Internet. In addition, our research background in related construction sectors provides a basis of understanding of the education construction market. Analysis of market developments has been based upon both quantitative and qualitative assessments of both primary and secondary source data. The report comprises 93 pages and 38 tables and charts and is available now, priced to give excellent value for money at £665.
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