B+L Construction Data Forum 2024

B+L Construction Data Forum 2024

June 27, 2024 | English & German

 

At the B+L Construction Data Forum on 27 June 2024, we will present our forecasts and assessments for the whole of Europe, following the preliminary forecasts for the D/A/CH region on 26 January 2024.

The focus will be on our latest construction forecasts for new construction and renovation up to 2027 for Germany, Europe and the world.

The early bird price of € 2,055.00 applies for registration by 31 March 2024.
Extended until 07.04.2024 due to Easter season.

Thursday, 27 June 2024, 9:00 am - 6:00 pm, online conference.

Agenda

27. June 2024 | 9:00 am to 6:00 pm

Greeting
Which countries will emerge from the recession in Europe the fastest?
Economic analysis and forecasts of the global economy.
With his detailed economic analyses and forecasts of the global economy, Professor Sturm provides the basis and basis for discussion for the following construction industry forecasts. Of particular interest are the so-called driver analyses, in which Mr Sturm shows which economic sectors are or will be responsible for growth or decline in the various regions of the world.
Prof. Dr. Jan-Egbert Sturm | ETH Zürich
The bottom has been reached. How quickly can residential construction in the DACH region pick up again?
Residential construction forecasts up to 2027 for Germany, Austria and Switzerland
In contrast to non-residential construction, residential construction bottomed out in spring 2024. Interest rates are showing a clear downward trend and the market for used properties is noticeably picking up again. In this presentation, we will show the background to our forecasts for single-family and multi-family house construction in German-speaking Europe.
Martin Langen | B+L Marktdaten GmbH
Outlook for the German property market until 2030
Understandably, banks are keeping a very close eye on developments in the property market. Jochen Möbert shows in detail the connections between housing requirements, interest rate trends and the resulting price and demand developments.
Jochen Möbert | Deutsche Bank Research
How hard are the new market conditions really hitting construction demand in FR, UK and Benelux? What makes Southern Europe more resilient?
Residential and non-residential construction forecasts for Western Europe to 2027
Residential and non-residential construction is analysed by building type. Each country has different drivers, which we emphasise in this analysis. The importance and guiding functions of the state for construction activity also vary greatly.
Robin Huth | B+L Marktdaten GmbH
How will the Eastern European construction industry develop in 2024?
Residential and non-residential construction forecasts for Eastern Europe and Turkey to 2027
1 year after the earthquake: How is reconstruction going after the major earthquake in southern Turkey? 2 years after the outbreak of war: How many Ukrainians have settled in Poland and how much housing and infrastructure capacity still needs to be created? How are the markets in the demographically shrinking countries of the Balkans holding up? Overview of political initiatives in Serbia, Romania and Bulgaria. And is a shift in value chains leading to more investment in non-residential construction in Eastern European markets?
Philipp Szelest | B+L Marktdaten GmbH
How will the EU taxonomy, Green Deal and recession affect the NCA by 2027?
Forecasts for non-residential construction in Germany, Austria and Switzerland to 2027
In contrast to residential construction, non-residential construction has not yet bottomed out. 2023 and 2024 will be characterised by the completion of the construction volume that was financed and started before the start of the war. Even if approvals have not fallen as sharply as in residential construction, the large number of project insolvencies and project cancellations will hit the segment hard from mid-2024. We show our forecasts by building type up to 2027.
Martin Langen | B+L Marktdaten GmbH
Refurbishment markets Germany
The refurbishment markets in Germany declined last year due to the reluctance to invest on the part of private home-owners and institutional clients. However, at the beginning of 2024, positive impetus is being seen again for the first time: refurbishment activity has increased compared to the previous year and the volume of deferred measures has fallen significantly. We show you the current trends on the refurbishment market and answer the following questions, among others:
In contrast to residential construction, non-residential construction has not yet bottomed out. 2023 and 2024 will be characterised by the completion of the construction volume that was financed and started before the start of the war. Even if approvals have not fallen as sharply as in residential construction, the large number of project insolvencies and project cancellations will hit the segment hard from mid-2024. We show our forecasts by building type up to 2027.
  • Who are the refurbishers and what do the target groups from trade, commerce and industry expect?
  • Which measures will the refurbishers favour in 2024?
  • What progress has been made with energy-efficient refurbishments and how much still "needs" to be refurbished?
  • How have refurbishment budgets developed in the face of rising inflation?
Marcel Dresse | B+L Marktdaten GmbH
Global construction development - forecast of construction volume by world region to 2027
At the end of the event, we will show the construction volume by world region. This is based on the calculation of the construction volume for each country in the world.
Martin Langen | B+L Marktdaten GmbH
Q&A Your comments and additions and final discussion

Changes and adjustments reserved.

Looking forward to your participation:

 Martin Langen
 Robin Huth
 Marcel Dresse
 André Mazloum
 Jens Wehenkel
 Philipp Szelest
 Patrick Nonnen
 Yagmur Szelest

 

 

All participants receive a detailed digital conference documentation and the FactBook with all construction forecasts for download.

*) Super-Early-Bird-Rate until December 31, 2023 :               1.450 €

Early-Bird-Rate until March 31, 2024:                2.055 € (extended until April 07, 2024)

Regular rate from April 1, 2024:                   2.420 €

*) Super-Early-Bird-Rate until December 31, 2023:             1.160 €

Early-Bird-Rate until March 31, 2024:       1.645 €

Regular rate from April 1, 2024:           1.930 €

Event format

digital per Livestream

conference language: English and German

Construction Data Forum | registration

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Silvia Hille
T.: +49 228 62987-20
E-Mail: sh@BL2020.com