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ロシアの建設市場:レビュー

PMR Construction Insight: Central Europe

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ロシアの建設市場:レビュー PMR Construction Insight: Central Europe
出版日: 年26回 年間契約型情報サービス ページ情報: 英文
概要

当年間情報サービスでは、ロシアの建設業における動向について調査分析し、業界の主なニュース、法規制の改定、ディベロッパー・コントラクター・建材サプライヤーなどの関連情報、投資計画と市場機会、不動産業の動向、国・地域の建設市場に関する各種統計などをまとめ、隔週にて概略下記の構成でお届けいたします。

掲載内容

  • ニュース
    • 建設市場:市場概要・影響を及ぼす出来事
    • 法規制:新法・修正条項に関する簡潔な情報
    • 請負業者の詳細
      • 進行中・開発中の請負契約
      • 各種戦略・展望
      • 企業ニュース、など
    • 建材:製造業者および製造業者のビジネスに影響を及ぼす各種課題についての最新情報
    • 不動産:住居および商業用不動産市場に関する分析
      • 既存の投資案件の分析
      • 進行中の主な取引
      • 確定した取引
      • 不動産市場の指標
      • 主な投資機会、など
    • 投資計画:請負業者・建材サプライヤーに関連する将来の投資計画
      • 公共工事計画・入札発表などのデータを含む
    • ウクライナの建設市場
  • 統計
    • 国・地域の建設市場に関する各種統計
    • 主な建設材料のアウトプットの関する情報
    • 各種データ: 建設アウトプット・住宅竣工件数・建設企業の財務実績・投資・賃金・雇用、など
    • 地域・主要都市の主要統計
    • ロシアのマクロ経済見通し
      • 建設部門に影響する各種指標の分析、など
目次

News of the issue: VAT in construction to be paid only by general contractors?

The Slovak government announced in early June 2015 its intention to eliminate the obligation to pay VAT by subcontractors in construction projects. The measure is part of a social governing package unveiled by the government in May 2015.

Number of company cessations hits record in April 2015

In April 2015, 250 companies were founded and 594 ceased to operate within the Hungarian construction industry, data service provider Opten revealed. The latter number is the highest monthly figure ever recorded in the industry.

Poland likely to receive up to €5bn for power sector upgrades

After 2021 Poland may receive €2bn-5bn from the Modernisation Fund, which the European Council agreed to set up during the climate summit last year. The Fund is to help improve energy efficiency and modernise energy systems, reports the Forum for Energy Analysis.

Number of insolvent constructors halved in January-April 2015

The number of companies on the Romanian construction market that entered insolvency in January-April 2015 almost halved compared to the first four months in 2014, according to a report of the National Bureau of Trade Registry.

Bulgaria

Bulgaria to put Public Procurement Agency under finance ministry's control

Bulgaria's Public Procurement Agency will be reassigned towards the Ministry of Finance, instead of the Ministry of Economy, stroimedia.bg reported, citing Tomislav Donchev, Deputy Prime Minister for EU Funds and Economic Policies. The change aims to put the Ministry of Finance in charge of all three public pro-curement-related functions.

Tourism ministry prepares law changes to ease ski lifts construction

Bulgaria's Ministry of Tourism is preparing law amendments to ease the construction of ski lifts and ski facilities in the country, stroimedia.bg reported, citing tourism minister Nikolina Angelkova.

Trace Group Hold's net sales revenue falls 17.5% in Q1 2015

Bulgarian construction company Trace Group Hold posted a consolidated net sales revenue of BGN 47.2m (€24.1m) in Q1 2015, which represents a decline of about 17.5% compared to a year earlier.

Jupiter Holding invests BGN 25m in new plants

Bulgarian holding company Jupiter Holding is investing BGN 25m (€12.8m) in three new plants for metal galvanisation in the country, Capital Daily reported, citing the company's owner, Nikolay Ivanov.

Intercapital Property reduced net loss in Q1 2015

Intercapital Property Development, a Sofia-based real estate investment company, posted a consolidated net loss of BGN 26,000 (€13,300) in Q1 2015. For the same period a year earlier, the company's net loss amounted to BGN 1.1m (€562,400). It turned to an operating profit of BGN 479,000 (€245,000) in Q1 2015 from an operating loss of BGN 720,000 (€388,100) a year earlier.

Czech Republic

Transactions of non-residential properties more than trebled in Q1 2015

Sales of non-residential properties in Q1 2015 totalled €760m in the Czech Republic, which was a 3.5-fold increase compared to the same period last year, according to data from the realtor Colliers International (CI). This is the highest quarterly result since the arrival of the economic crisis. The value of non-residential deals exceeded the value in the entire H1 2014 when deals worth €680m were concluded.

Prague authorities adopted the new construction regulations

Prague city hall approved on 9 June 2015 the new building regulations for constructions in the Czech capital city, according to official announcements. The regulations are now up for debate with all city districts invited to submit their reactions. By the end of July 2015, the local authorities want to send it for endorsement to the European Commission. It will return to the city hall for the final and official vote. The new construction regulations are expected to become effective as of 1 January 2016. Until then, constructions in Prague are to be regulated by the general legal rules governing constructions in the entire republic.

Flats in Usti nad Labem Region bring fastest return on investment

The fastest return on investment on dwellings is recorded by properties in the Usti nad Labem Region where buyers of flats recoup their investment in seven years from income generated by the letting of the flat, according to a study from the sreality.cz. In contrast, this return on investment in Prague area takes on average 26 years mostly because of the high prices of dwellings in the capital.

Shoe maker Bata ventures into the real estate business

The footwear manufacturer Bata has recently entered the real estate business as it started to rebuild the Harrachovsky palace on the Jindrisska Street in central Prague, E15 daily reported. The company plans to reconvert the building into multipurpose scheme that would consist of retail facilities and office space. Harrachovsky palace is a historical protected building. Bata's investment in this project is likely to exceed CZK 100m (€3.7m). Harrachovsky palace has a total useful floor area of roughly 4,000 m2. The reconstruction is scheduled to be completed in 2016.

Cidem increased revenues and profits in 2014

Building materials manufacturer Cidem increased its sales revenues by a quarter to CZK 424m (€15.4m) from CZK 336m (€12.2m) in the year before, according to a company financial report. Cidem also boosted its net profit, which went up from CZK 272m (€9.9m) to CZK 297.7m (€10.8m).

Solodoor invested CZK 65m int new production facility

The door and door frames manufacturer Solodoor has recently completed an investment of CZK 90m (€3.3m) in its facilities, the largest investment of the company in the country, according to Czech News Agency (CTK). The bulk of the investment went into the construction of a formatting centre, which is a unique production facility in Europe. The company put some CZK 65m (€2.4m) into that. The new centre allows the company to produce doors and door frames with rounded edges and surfaces of mechanically resistant laminates.

A-Glass launches foam glass factory

Recyklacni Ekologicke Centrum Group (REC) opened in Stare Mesto in May 2015 a new factory of foam glass made from waste particles, according to Czech News Agency (CTK). The factory is run by the building materials manufacturing company A-Glass, which is owned by REC Group.

Hungary

Government signs agreement with professionals to reduce red tape in construction

The Prime Minister's office signed a cooperation agreement with two construction-sector professional organisations in May 2015. The aim of the cooperation is to cut the red tape and to reduce bureaucratic obstacles in construction matters.

Arcadom subcontractors promised to get paid soon

The subcontractors of Arcadom, a major contractor presently under liquidation process, will probably soon obtain most of their receivables, political daily Nepszava reported. The owner of Arcadom, renowned businessman Sandor Demjan, announced to indemnify them using his private assets. According to the paper, the first group of subcontractors are likely to come by about 70% of the money they are owed within a month. The total debt of Arcadom amounts to HUF 10.3bn (€33m), and according to the latest information, subcontractors are owed about HUF 500m (€1.6m).

Number of company cessations hits record in April 2015

In April 2015, 250 companies were founded and 594 ceased to operate within the Hungarian construction industry, data service provider Opten revealed.

Number of dwelling transactions in May 2015 up by 40%

Almost 12,000 dwelling transactions were registered in Hungary in May 2015, 40% more than a year earlier, portfolio.hu reported quoting the data of real estate agency network Duna House. However, this number falls slightly short of the figure of the previous month, which is probably a sign of rising prices following the increased demand of the recent months.

HUF 12bn in dividends from Magyar Epito in 2010-2014

During the past five years, almost HUF 12bn (€38.3m) was taken out of renowned Hungarian building constructor Magyar Epito in dividends, political daily Nepszabadsag reported. Magyar Epito was acquired in February 2015 by Korosaszfalt, a subsidiary of Duna Aszfalt.

Hungary and Ukraine to link trans border gas pipelines

The company that operates the Ukrainian gas transportation system, Ukrtransgaz, and its Hungarian counterpart, FGSZ, will link their gas pipelines. The two companies signed an agreement to merge their country's pipelines across the border on 29 May 2015.

Paint manufacturer Trilak increases revenues by 12% in 2014

Hungarian paint maker and distributor Trilak increased its sales revenues by 12% year on year to HUF 12.5bn (€40.4m) in 2014, the company revealed. Its net profit rose by 40% to HUF 848m (€2.7m). During last year Trilak manufactured 30,000 tonnes of paint.

Swedsteel-Metecno invests €25m in new capacities

Swedsteel, Metecno Group and Meander Holding agreed to launch a joint manu-facturing base in Hungary in the following years, epulettar.hu reported. The plant, to be created with a greenfield investment of €25m, will produce, among others, roof and wall coverings, drainage systems, sandwich panels and trapezoidal galvanised steel sheets.

Poland

Road construction programme submitted for social consultations

The Ministry of Infrastructure and Development has forwarded the document regarding the environmental impact of projects listed in the National Road Construction Programme for 2014-2023 for social consultations. Comments to the document can be filed until 26 June, PAP news agency reported.

Q1 decline in value of transactions on commercial real estate market

In Q1 2015, investors in Poland spent €438m on the acquisition of commercial real estate, down by over 50% from the corresponding period of the previous year. However, the outlook for the year as a whole is bright and the second half of 2015 can see several noteworthy transactions, according to data compiled by Knight Frank (KF).

Warehouse space market continues to boom

The warehouse space market sees record take-up. Around 600,000 m2 of warehouse space is under construction, while the vacancy rate declined to under 6% at the end of the first quarter of 2015, according to AXI IMMO.

Almost PLN 500m in subsidies to participants of Flat for Young People scheme

As many as 21,654 flats and houses had been purchased within the framework of the Flat for Young People scheme by 31 May 2015. The total amount of subsidies distributed to home buyers was almost PLN 500m (€120m), according to Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego (BGK).

Ministry looks for new sources of funding for road projects

At the end of August or beginning of September 2015, at the latest, the draft of the National Road Construction Programme for 2014-2023 is to be submitted for discussion by the Polish government. The Ministry of Infrastructure and Development is looking for new sources of financing for road projects, says Maria Wasiak, the Minister of Infrastructure and Development, quoted by PAP news agency.

Acquisitions on the cards for building materials manufacturers and distributors?

The construction market has seen a recovery in 2015, with investors turning attention to manufacturers and distributors of building materials. The market is likely to go into consolidation mode, Puls Biznesu reported.

Shortage of orders from PKP, contractors in plight

Polish State Railways PKP had announced that it would launch PLN 11bn-worth (€2.6bn) of tenders in 2015. However, no tender procedures for projects financed from the new EU budget have been started so far, reported Puls Biznesu.

Porr to acquire Bilfinger's Polish operations

The Bilfinger group is due to sell Bilfinger Infrastructure's Polish division to Porr Bau of the Austrian-based Porr group. The transaction is conditional on approvals from the competent anti-trust authorities, according to a statement released by Porr.

PNI in liquidation bankruptcy

Przedsiebiorstwo Napraw Infrastruktury PNI), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Budimex, has been placed in liquidation by a decision of the Warsaw court.

KKSM can be acquired on free-sale basis

Kieleckie Kopalnie Surowcow Mineralnych (KKSM), which currently goes through liquidation bankruptcy, has been put up for sale on a free-sale basis. The price for the company has been set at not less than PLN 65.7m (€15.8m), PAP news agency reported.

Griffin got clearance to acquire Echo Investment

The European Commission has cleared the acquisition of Echo Investment by Griffin. Thus, the transaction may soon be finalised, according to a communique released by Griffin's senior management.

Romania

Number of insolvent constructors halved in January-April 2015

The number of companies on the Romanian construction market that entered insolvency in January-April 2015 almost halved compared to the first four months in 2014, according to a report of the National Bureau of Trade Registry.

CNADNR to operate with an investment RON 5.5bn budget in 2015

CNADNR is going to operate with an investment budget of RON 5.49bn (€1.23bn) in 2015, which is a 130% increase compared to the budget for 2014, according to information from the Official Gazette, following approval by the government in late May 2015.

CNADNR to adopt constructors and designers registry to use it in tenders

The National Company for Motorways and National Roads in Romania (CNADNR) plans to build a registry of constructors and designers to use it as a guidance tool in the company's tenders, according to information from the CNADNR's representatives. The first draft of this database is to be unveiled in June 2015 to then be discussed with industry groups.

Investments on Romanian logistics and industrial market picking up

The Romanian logistics and industrial construction is expected to recover and attract international investors after years of economic crisis, according to the realtor JLL. One of the most dynamic developers on this market, Globalworth, owned by the businessman Ioannis Papalekas, announced this spring its intentions to invest in industrial constructions this year. The company focused on office construction until last year when it purchased the logistics project TAP in Timisoara. Now, Globalworth plans to purchase more land in Timisoara and Cluj-Napoca. The company's planned investments in logistics constructions are expected to reach €300m in the near future.

New legal provisions on construction of houses in the countryside

Houses designed to have a ground floor only or a ground floor and a first floor that are to be built in the countryside will need a building permit and a technical blueprint before being built. Moreover, owners of such houses will have to hire a construction site manager and meet regulations under the supervision of the State Inspectorate for Construction.

Strabag Romania doubled Romanian revenues in Q1 2015

Austrian constructor Strabag posted sales revenues in Romania of almost €41m in Jan-Mar 2015, an increase by 114% compared to the corresponding period in 2014, according to the company's quarterly report.

Slovakia

VAT in construction to be paid only by general contractors?

The Slovak government announced in early June 2015 its intention to eliminate the obligation to pay VAT by subcontractors in construction projects. The measure is part of a social governing package unveiled by the government in May 2015. The move is aimed to help small and mid-size construction companies that have been struggling financially in recent years. Many of them are being paid with delays for work they do for general contractors in construction projects.

The provision is in line with EU regulations in this sector that put the onus to pay VAT on the last company in a chain of contractors for a specific construction project.

Eight years for legalisation of illegally built constructions

According to the construction act approved by the Slovak government on 27 May 2015, developers of illegally erected constructions in Slovakia will be given a total of eight years to legalise their buildings or risk having them demolished.

Volume of tendered public orders tumbled in Q1 2015

Public construction orders worth some €322m were tendered in Slovakia in Q1 2015, which was a decline of over 40% compared to the same period last year, according to data from CEEC Research.

Amended laws on housing support fund and social housing approved by government

The Slovak government approved in the end of May 2015 two laws regulating housing support in the country, according to TASR news agency. One of them is the law on the State Fund for Housing Development (SFRB).

TSS Grade: revenues up by 30% in 2014, sharp fall in profit

The construction company TSS Grade pulled in sales revenues worth some €67.5m in 2014, according to a company financial report. That was an increase of over 30% year on year. The company netted last year some €1.4m, which was a significant fall from €27.4m in the previous year.

Vahostav-SK restructuring completed, one-third of debts to be paid back

The court in Bratislava I district approved in May 2015 the restructuring of the embattled construction company Vahostav-SK, ending a process that began with insolvency last year and continued for more than six months, according to information from the court. The judge in this case said that there were no legal facts that would prevent such a decision. The verdict has not been appealed and the judge said that none of the creditors questioned legally the validity of the restructuring process.

Table of Contents

Bulgaria

  • Bulgaria to put Public Procurement Agency under finance ministry's control
  • Tourism ministry prepares law changes to ease ski lifts construction
  • Trace Group Hold's net sales revenue falls 17.5% in Q1 2015
  • Jupiter Holding invests BGN 25m in new plants
  • Intercapital Property reduced net loss in Q1 2015
  • Update of construction projects in Bulgaria(9 projects)

Czech Republic

  • Transactions of non-residential properties more than trebled in Q1 2015
  • Prague authorities adopted the new construction regulations
  • Flats in Usti nad Labem Region bring fastest return on investment
  • Shoe maker Bata ventures into the real estate business
  • Cidem increased revenues and profits in 2014
  • Solodoor invested CZK 65m int new production facility
  • A-Glass launches foam glass factory
  • Update of construction projects in the Czech Republic (16 projects)

Hungary

  • Government signs agreement with professionals to reduce red tape in construction
  • Arcadom subcontractors promised to get paid soon
  • Number of company cessations hits record in April 2015
  • Number of dwelling transactions in May 2015 up by 40%
  • HUF 12bn in dividends from Magyar Epito in 2010-2014
  • Hungary and Ukraine to link trans border gas pipelines
  • Paint manufacturer Trilak increases revenues by 12% in 2014
  • Swedsteel-Metecno invests €25m in new capacities
  • Update of construction projects in Hungary (7 projects)

Poland

  • Road construction programme submitted for social consultations
  • Q1 decline in value of transactions on commercial real estate market
  • Warehouse space market continues to boom
  • Poland likely to receive up to €5bn for power sector upgrades
  • Almost PLN 500m in subsidies to participants of Flat for Young People scheme
  • Ministry looks for new sources of funding for road projects
  • Acquisitions on the cards for building materials manufacturers and distributors?
  • Shortage of orders from PKP, contractors in plight
  • Porr to acquire Bilfinger's Polish operations
  • PNI in liquidation bankruptcy
  • KKSM can be acquired on free-sale basis
  • Griffin got clearance to acquire Echo Investment
  • Update of construction projects in Poland (30 projects)

Romania

  • Number of insolvent constructors halved in January-April 2015
  • CNADNR to operate with an investment RON 5.5bn budget in 2015
  • CNADNR to adopt constructors and designers registry to use it in tenders
  • Investments on Romanian logistics and industrial market picking up
  • New legal provisions on construction of houses in the countryside
  • Strabag Romania doubled Romanian revenues in Q1 2015
  • Update of construction projects in Romania (16 projects)

Slovakia

  • VAT in construction to be paid only by general contractors?
  • Eight years for legalisation of illegally built constructions
  • Volume of tendered public orders tumbled in Q1 2015
  • Amended laws on housing support fund and social housing approved by government
  • TSS Grade: revenues up by 30% in 2014, sharp fall in profit
  • Hant BA with 54% increase in revenue in 2014
  • Vahostav-SK restructuring completed, one-third of debts to be paid back
  • Update of construction projects in Slovakia (15 projects)

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