The United Kingdom commercial greenhouse market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 4.93% to reach during the period 2018-2024. The demand for commercial greenhouse is gaining traction in the country on account of burgeoning production of the greenhouse vegetables, mainly tomatoes and cucumbers. Rising need to cultivate more vegetables and fruits owing to growing population in a sustainable manner is driving the incorporation of advanced and innovative greenhouse facilities in the country, thus augmenting the commercial greenhouse market growth. As a result, players such as Sterling Suffock are investing in building the first semi-closed greenhouse in the UK to grow tomato plants in a 100% pesticide free environment.
Burgeoning investment in greenhouse construction
Unfavourable climatic conditions in traditional agriculture
Slow adoption of greenhouse
In January 2019, Sativa Investments PLC planned to construct dedicated plant cultivation greenhouse in the UK so as to produce high-quality CBD wellness and medical cannabis.
In March 2018, Stamford-based design firm Arctica planned to build an innovative new UK facility for growing green leaf salad and herbs all-year-round. The planning has been granted for hydroponics grower, H20-ganics, to build a new greenhouse facility in Northamptonshire in order to grow delicate green leaf under controlled condition
The major players profiled in the United Kingdom commercial greenhouse market include Growponics Ltd., NETAFIM, Palram Industries Ltd., KEDER GREENHOUSE, and H20-ganics Limited.
The United Kingdom commercial greenhouse market has been analyzed through the following segments:
High-Tech Commercial Greenhouse
Cooling Pad System
Medium-Tech Commercial Greenhouse
Low-Tech Commercial Greenhouse
Fruits and Vegetables
Flowers and Ornamentals