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NZ building activity falls

8 Jun 2017: Total building activity in New Zealand fell in both volume and value terms in the March 2017 quarter compared to the previous period. more »

German construction continues to grow

7 Jun 2017: Strong growth in Germany’s construction activity continued in May, with the rate of expansion the second-fastest in 14 months. more »

Majority expect their business to improve this year

7 Jun 2017: A survey of 80,000 UK construction professionals has found substantial depths of optimism across the industry. more »

House-building drives construction activity to 17-month high

2 Jun 2017: After a slow start to the year, UK construction companies appear to have experienced a sharp rebound in business activity during May 2017. more »

Further growth for builders' merchants' sales in first quarter

30 May 2017: Sales of building products and materials were up 5.9% by value in the first quarter of 2017 compared to a year earlier. more »

M&A activity reaches new high

23 May 2017: Merger and acquisition activity in the building products and services sector reached record levels in 2016, according to an analysis by accountancy firm BDO. more »

Europe sees drop in construction output

18 May 2017: Construction output across the 28 countries of the European Union (EU28) fell by 0.8% in March compared with February and by 1.1% in the Eurozone. more »

Office developer confidence remains high in the capital

17 May 2017: There has been a surge of new office space developed in London over the past six months but the total now under construction is down. more »

London build costs continue to spiral

16 May 2017: Construction costs in London have jumped 5% over the past 12 months, but the falling pound has knocked the UK capital down from third to fifth place in an international ranking of building costs. more »

Irish growth momentum picks up

15 May 2017: Growth in Ireland’s construction sector has accelerated for the third month running. more »

Mace predicts tender prices to remain steady

15 May 2017: The latest quarterly tender price forecast from Mace shows an unchanged picture for the UK with only marginal increases ahead. more »

Construction output falls three months on the trot

12 May 2017: Construction output in Great Britain fell for the third consecutive month in March 2017, decreasing by 0.7% compared with February 2017. more »

Barry Waterfront scheme propels Persimmon to top of the league

10 May 2017: The BCLive contracts league table topped the £4bn mark for April 2017 thanks to a £700m deal for Persimmon right at the end of the month. more »

Rising costs mean mixed start to 2017

9 May 2017: The latest pan-industry state of trade survey shows generally healthy workloads in the first quarter of 2017 but it remains to be seen what profit can be eked out of the revenue being generated. more »

Australian construction reports growth

8 May 2017: Australia’s construction industry reported a third consecutive month of growth in April, though commercial building work continued to decline. more »

Outlook turns cloudy for civils contractors

4 May 2017: Civil engineering contractors fear that the infrastructure sector is at risk of stagnating. more »

Construction growth edges up again in April

3 May 2017: UK construction companies have reported a solid start to the second quarter of 2017, helped by faster rises in civil engineering and residential building activity. more »

Number of new homes hits 10-year high

28 Apr 2017: New home registrations in the UK have reached a 10-year high. more »

Architects feel more confident

28 Apr 2017: The latest survey from the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) shows a rise in confidence about future workloads. more »

Unite investigation identifies 25% cut in safety inspectors

27 Apr 2017: The Unite union has warned of risks to workers due to a cut in the number of frontline health and safety inspectors. more »

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