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The “UK Facilities Management Market, By Services (Property, Cleaning, Security, Catering, Support, Others), By Type (Hard, Soft and Others), By Application (Industrial, Commercial, Residential), By Region, Forecast Competition and Opportunities, 2017 -2027″ report has been added to from offer.

The UK Facilities Management Market is expected to grow at a tremendous rate during the period 2023-2027

The growth of the market can be attributed to the growing demand for cloud-based facility management solutions across various end-user industries. The integration of building management solutions with smart software solutions and increasing technological penetration in enterprises are also expected to contribute to the growth of the UK facility management market.

Growing trend to outsource facility management operations to maximize value creation and rising demand for high quality work experiences along with reduction in operating costs are expected to drive the growth of the facility management market installations in the UK in the coming years.

Additionally, high pressure on companies to deliver value to their customers and provide better work experiences to customers is expected to fuel the growth of the market. Rapid urbanization and industrialization, increase in commercialization, and increased demand for productivity in corporate offices are further driving the growth of the UK facilities management market.

In addition, an increase in public spending in various sectors such as transport, energy, construction and health care, among others, as well as an increased focus on the renovation of existing buildings are factors that contribute to the request for facilities management services.

Growing tourism and increasing personal disposable income of the population is leading to an increase in the hospitality industry, which is expected to fuel the growth of the UK facility management market in the coming years.

The real estate segment is expected to register the highest growth in the facilities management market in the UK due to the rapid development of infrastructure in the country and the rise of companies such as IT, telecommunications and BFSI. On the basis of type, the UK facilities management market is bifurcated into hard, soft and others. The hardware services segment is expected to hold a major share of the UK facility management market.

Goal of the study:

  • To analyze and forecast the market size of the UK Facilities Management market, in terms of value.

  • To define, classify and forecast the UK Facilities Management Market on the basis of services, type, application and regional distribution.

  • To examine detailed market segmentation and forecast market size, in terms of value, on the basis of region by segmenting the UK Facilities Management market into regions i.e. South East, North East west and others.

  • Identify tailwinds and headwinds for the UK facilities management market.

  • Examine competitive developments such as expansions, new services, supply contracts, and mergers and acquisitions in the UK facilities management market.

  • Establish a strategic profile of the key players involved in the provision of facilities management services in the UK.

Competitive landscape

Benchmarking of the competition: Benchmarking of the 10 best players.

  • Anabas (UK2) Ltd

  • FMS Facilities Management Services Ltd

  • EMCOR Group Inc.

  • Southern Ltd Facilities Management

  • Servest Group Ltd.

Report Scope:

Years considered for this report:

  • Historical years: 2017-2020

  • Base year: 2021

  • Estimated year: 2022E

  • Forecast period: 2023F-2027F

UK Facilities Management Market, by Services:

  • Property

  • Cleaning

  • Security

  • Restoration

  • Support

  • Others

UK Facilities Management Market, By Type:

UK Facilities Management Market, By Application:

  • Industrial

  • Commercial

  • Residential

UK Facilities Management Market, By Region:

  • South East

  • North West

  • Others

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