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European construction output slips

20 Oct 2016: Construction output fell by 1.3% in August across the 28 countries of the European Union, according to latest figures from the EU statistical office, Eurostat. more »

RICS warns on cost of weak pound

20 Oct 2016: The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) is warning that the falling value of the pound against the US dollar and the euro will lead to higher costs for UK construction. more »

RICS blames Brexit uncertainty for slowing growth

20 Oct 2016: Latest quarterly workload report form chartered surveyors indicates that construction workloads in the UK continue to rise, albeit at a slower rate than previously seen in the past three years. more »

Consumer demand for building work holds steady

19 Oct 2016: The first survey of master builders since the EU referendum shows that their workloads have continued to rise, albeit at a slower pace. more »

Scottish confidence edges back up

17 Oct 2016: The latest survey of construction employers in Scotland suggests a return of business confidence within the industry north of the border. more »

Summer sees construction output slide

17 Oct 2016: UK construction output slowed again in August 2016, according to official figures. more »

Arcadis calculates the huge cost of dithering politicians

13 Oct 2016: Political indecision over infrastructure projects is costing the UK economy £70m a day, according to a study by Arcadis. more »

New orders rise in Ireland

10 Oct 2016: There has been further monthly rise in Ireland’s construction activity, helped by a quickening growth in new business. more »

No Brexit blues for construction product manufacturers

10 Oct 2016: Despite reports of a construction industry slowdown before and after the EU referendum, sales of building products appear to have continued growing unabated. more »

Pace of growth increases in German construction

7 Oct 2016: Construction output in Germany has expanded at its fastest pace for four months, with activity rising across all three monitored categories. more »

Bleak New Year warning from The Builders’ Conference

6 Oct 2016: The slowdown in new contract awards in the run up to and aftermath of the EU referendum means that there could be a slow start to 2017 for the UK construction industry. more »

Carillion tops BCLive contracts league for September

6 Oct 2016: September 2016 saw a 37% fall on new construction contracts signed, according to data collected by the Builders’ Conference. more »

Purchasers' index indicates construction has returned to growth

4 Oct 2016: The latest monthly survey of construction purchasing managers indicates a solid return to growth for UK construction activity in September 2016. more »

NHBC registrations rebound 20% in August

30 Sep 2016: A total of 12,486 new homes were registered to be built in the UK in August 2016, according to latest registration statistics from the National House Building Council (NHBC) – an increase of 20% on August 2015. more »

European construction output rises

21 Sep 2016: Construction output rose 1.8% in the Eurozone in July compared by June and grew by 1.1% across all 28 countries of the EU (EU28). more »

Lack of available land constrains SME house-builders

20 Sep 2016: Local house-builders say that a lack of available sites is their biggest barrier to building more homes. more »

Lies, damn lies and house-building statistics

19 Sep 2016: A report out today says that the government’s house-building statistics under-report new build totals by as much as 20%. more »

New orders grow 8.6% in second quarter

12 Sep 2016: Latest official figures show construction output was unchanged in July 2016 compared to the previous month but second quarter new orders rose strongly. more »

Little referendum hangover for SME house-builders

7 Sep 2016: A survey of SME house-builders has revealed that two-thirds have seen no significant changes to their project pipelines in the wake of the EU referendum. more »

New contract awards rebound strongly

5 Sep 2016: New contracts data from the Builders' Conference provide further evidence of a construction industry starting to bounce back from referendum wobbles. more »

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