Public Houses Market Report Plus 2006


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Published Date :
April 2006find similar
Report Type :
Market Report Plusfind similar
Report Sector :
Drinksfind similar
Price :
£ 575
Contents :
15 Chapters

Table of Contents

The table of contents below is for Public Houses 2006

Executive Summary

1. Market Definition

Report Coverage

Market Sectors

By Location

By Size

By Theme Or Brand

By Ownership

Market Trends

Long-term Market Trends

Recent Market Trends And Events

Economic Trends

Population

Table: Uk Resident Population Estimates By Sex (000), Mid-years-2005

Gross Domestic Product

Table: Uk Gross Domestic Product At Current And Annual Prices (£m),-2005

Inflation

Table: Uk Rate Of Inflation (%),-2005

Unemployment

Table: Actual Number Of Unemployed Persons (million),-2005

Household Disposable Income

Table: Household Disposable Income Per Capita (£),-2005

Consumer Confidence

Table: The Willingness Of Adults To Borrow In Order To Purchase Expensive Items (000, £ And £bn), February, May, August, November And February

Market Position

The Uk

Overseas

2. Market Size

The Total Market

Table: Turnover Of Public Houses In The Uk At Current And Constant Prices (£m At Rsp),-2005

Figure: Turnover Of Public Houses In The Uk At Current And Constant Prices (£m At Rsp),-2005

Table: The Total Uk Public Houses Market By Volume And Value At Current Prices (number, £m At Rsp And £ At Rsp),-2005

Figure: Average Pub Turnover In The Uk (£ At Rsp),-2005

By Market Sector

The Role Of Food In Pubs

Table: Trends In The Typical Pub Product Mix (£m And %),,,, And

Figure: The Typical Pub Product Mix (%),

Alcohol Sales In Pubs

Other Products And Services

3. Industry Background

Recent History

Thes

Thes

The Earlys

Industry Synopsis

Table: Average Financial Performance Of Companies Engaged As Bars† (£000, % And £), Latest Financial Year

Number Of Companies

Table: Number Of Uk Vat-based Enterprises Engaged As Bars† By Turnover Sizeband (number And %), , And

Employment

Table: Number Of Uk Vat-based Local Units Engaged As Bars† By Employment Sizeband (number And %),

Regional Variations In The Marketplace

Table: The Largest Independent Regional Brewer-landlords By Main Areas And Number Of Pubs,

How Robust Is The Market?

Legislation

Key Trade Associations

Association Of Licensed Multiple Retailers

British Beer & Pub Association

Campaign For Real Ale

Independent Family Brewers Of Britain

4. Competitor Analysis

The Marketplace

Brewers, Pubcos And Free Houses

Types Of Pub Ownership And Management

Table: Pub Ownership By Type Of Owner (number Of Pubs And %),†

Securitisation And Private Equity

Market Leaders

Table: Leading Multiple Pub Owners By Number Of Outlets,-2006†

Punch Taverns Plc

Company Structure

Current And Future Developments

Financial Results

Enterprise Inns Plc

Company Structure

Current And Future Developments

Financial Results

Greene King Plc

Company Structure

Current And Future Developments

Financial Results

The Wolverhampton & Dudley Breweries Plc

Company Structure

Current And Future Developments

Financial Results

Mitchells & Butlers Plc

Company Structure

Current And Future Developments

Financial Results

Admiral Taverns Ltd

Company Structure

Current And Future Developments

Financial Results

Scottish & Newcastle Pub Enterprises Ltd

Company Structure

Current And Future Developments

Financial Results

Wellington Pub Company Ltd

Company Structure

Current And Future Developments

Financial Results

London & Edinburgh Swallow Group Ltd

Company Structure

Current And Future Developments

Financial Results

Whitbread Group Plc

Company Structure

Current And Future Developments

Financial Results

Jd Wetherspoon Plc

Company Structure

Current And Future Developments

Financial Results

Other Companies

Outside Suppliers

Table: Leading Brewers And Their Major Beer Brands,

Marketing Activity

Main Media Advertising Expenditure

Table: Main Media Advertising Expenditure On Pubs, Restaurants And Catering (£000), Years Ending December And

Figure: Main Media Advertising Expenditure On Pubs, Restaurants And Catering (£000), Years Ending September And

Other Marketing And Promotion

5. Brand Strategy

Introduction

Traditional Pub Names

Branding In Thes Ands

Multiple Brands In Thes

Light Branding In Thes

Companies' Brands

Table: Selected Leading Pub Brands And Concepts By Number Of Outlets,

6. Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities And Threats

Strengths

Weaknesses

Opportunities

Threats

7. Buying Behaviour

Pub Usage

Table: Pub Usage In Great Britain By Time And Purpose Of Visit (% Of Adults), And

By Time Of Visit

During Weekends

Table: Pub Usage In Great Britain During Weekends By Sex, Age And Social Grade (% Of Adults),

During Day Trips

Table: Pub Usage In Great Britain During Day Trips By Sex, Age And Social Grade (% Of Adults),

At Lunchtimes

Table: Pub Usage In Great Britain At Lunchtimes By Sex, Age And Social Grade (% Of Adults),

After Work

Table: Pub Usage In Great Britain After Work By Sex, Age And Social Grade (% Of Adults),

By Purpose Of Visit

For Eating Meals

Table: Pub Usage In Great Britain For Eating Meals By Sex, Age And Social Grade (% Of Adults),

For Meeting Friends

Table: Pub Usage In Great Britain For Meeting Friends By Sex, Age And Social Grade (% Of Adults),

For Celebrations

Table: Pub Usage In Great Britain For Celebrations By Sex, Age And Social Grade (% Of Adults),

For Family Occasions

Table: Pub Usage In Great Britain For Family Occasions By Sex, Age And Social Grade (% Of Adults),

For Entertainment

Table: Pub Usage In Great Britain For Entertainment† By Sex, Age And Social Grade (% Of Adults),

For Watching Sports

Table: Pub Usage In Great Britain For Watching Sports By Sex, Age And Social Grade (% Of Adults),

For Pub Quizzes

Table: Pub Usage In Great Britain For Pub Quizzes By Sex, Age And Social Grade (% Of Adults),

Attitudes Towards Pubs

Table: Changes That Consumers Would Like To See In Pubs By Sex (% Of Adults),

Current Issues

General Improvements

8. Current Issues

Mergers And Acquisitions

Smoking Bans

Licensing Laws

Sports Events

9. The Global Market

Overview

Brewing Globalisation

Equivalent Drinks Outlets In The Global Market

10. Forecasts

Introduction

The Economy

Population

Table: Forecast Uk Resident Population By Sex (000), Mid-years-2010

Gross Domestic Product

Table: Forecast Uk Growth In Gross Domestic Product In Real Terms (%),-2010

Inflation

Table: Forecast Uk Rate Of Inflation (%),-2010

Unemployment

Table: Forecast Actual Number Of Unemployed Persons (million),-2010

Forecasts To

Table: The Forecast Total Uk Public Houses Market By Volume And Value At Current Prices (£m At Rsp),-2010

Figure: The Forecast Total Uk Public Houses Market By Volume (number Of Pubs),-2010

Figure: The Forecast Total Uk Public Houses Market By Value At Current Prices (£m At Rsp),-2010

Market Growth

Figure: The Total Uk Public Houses Market By Volume (number Of Pubs),-2010

Figure: The Total Uk Public Houses Market By Value At Current Prices (£m At Rsp),-2010

Future Trends

Smoking Bans

Other Market Influences

Pub Ownership

The Product Mix

11. Company Profiles

Enterprise Inns Plc

Greene King Plc

Jd Wetherspoon Plc

Mitchells & Butlers Plc

Punch Taverns Plc

Scottish & Newcastle Plc

Whitbread Group Plc

The Wolverhampton & Dudley Breweries Plc

12. Company Financials

13. Consumer Confidence

Methodology

Key Findings This Quarter

The Willingness To Borrow

A Slow Start To

Table A: The Average Amount Consumers Are Willing To Borrow In Order To Purchase Expensive Items At Current And Constant November Prices (£ And £bn), February, May, August, November And February

The Desire To Borrow Stays Strong

Table B: The Number Of Adults Willing To Borrow In Order To Purchase Expensive Items (000 And %), February, May, August, November And February

The Willingness To Spend From Savings

Spending From Savings Declines

Table C: The Proportion Of Adults Without Any Savings (%), February, May, August, November And February

Table D: The Average Amount Consumers Are Willing To Spend From Savings In Order To Purchase Expensive Items At Current And Constant November Prices (£ And £bn), February, May, August, November And February

Consumers Increasingly Cautious

Table E: The Average Amounts Adults Are Confident Spending To Purchase Expensive Items (£ And %), February, May, August, November And February

14. Further Sources

Associations

Publications

General Sources

Government Sources

Bisnode Sources

Other Reports