The UK FM market is one of the most developed and mature in the world with a highly competitive landscape. The facility management (FM) market in the United Kingdom is going through a transformation driven by covid19 & brexit uncertainty, workplace technology innovation, new FM delivery models and emerging value proposition in wellness and wellbeing. How to make your facilities services revenue in the post covid-19 environment? Will 2021 be a new beginning? Where will FM companies revenue growth come from next 2 years? Will the FM companies current growth drivers be valid in the post covid19 and brexit Britain?
The study includes growth forecasts, comprehensive market size (Hard FM, Soft FM, TFM, IFM, specialist services and by 11 Public Vs Private sector), government policies, 20+ leading FM providers, competitive analysis, buyer trends and a mapping of the most attractive opportunities for growth to 2023.
Most comprehensive UK FM Market BOTTOM UP study covering – 11+ Sectors, 20+ FM suppliers, 6+ services, Trends and Challenges, Market Drivers and Restraints, Profitability Vs Turnover Quadrant for top 20 FM companies.
Ref: International Facility Management Association (IFMA) & Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management (IWFM)
Table of Contents
By Market streams
Who are the top Hard FM service providers, top IFM service providers and top cleaning providers?
M&E (Hard FM), Cleaning, Integrated FM, Specialised services
By market sectors
Who are the top facilities service providers in the above sectors?
- Public – NHS, Local Government, Schools & Colleges and Central Government
- Private – Retail, Hotels, Social Care, Commercial offices, Manufacturing & Industrial, Leisure, Energy & Utilities, Student Accommodation, Social Housing, Airports
Key Trends and Challenges for UK FM in the Covid-19 environment
Key FM Market Drivers and Restraints in the Covid- 19 environment
About The Author
MANAGING DIRECTOR & GLOBAL HEAD OF STRATEGY
Baskar founded Baachu Rain in 2016 and directs the firm’s research strategy across all practice areas. He also leads the Facilities Management and Justice practice on an interim basis. Baskar has over fifteen years of experience in strategy consulting and research. He previously worked for Serco PLC. Baskar holds a MSc in Electrical Engineering from Imperial College London.