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Construction output drop prompts call for investment

15 Aug 2016: June’s figures from the Office for National Statistics show a 0.9% drop in construction output compared to May. more »

Unpaid bills cost sole traders £8.1bn a year

15 Aug 2016: Sole traders are losing out on an average of £2,472 a year by giving up on chasing late payments, a survey has found. more »

Irish construction activity sees sharp rise

9 Aug 2016: Ireland’s construction sector experienced a sharp expansion in activity in July, on the back of an accelerated increase in new orders. more »

Germany continues to see slight growth in construction

5 Aug 2016: Germany’s construction sector reported a slight rise in activity in July, marking the 18th month of growth. more »

Quarterly brick sales up 10%

4 Aug 2016: New statistics released by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) show growing demand for bricks in the second quarter. more »

Construction downturn is steepest for seven years

2 Aug 2016: Latest monthly survey of construction purchasing managers reveals a further decline in activity in July. more »

New contract awards plummet

2 Aug 2016: In the first full month since the UK voted to leave the European Union, the value of new construction contract awards collapsed by more than a third on the previous month and by more than a half on the same month a year before. more »

Size of mergers declines in engineering and construction

29 Jul 2016: Latest figures from PwC show a decline in the average size of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) in the global engineering and construction sector. more »

Mace expects tender prices to fall next year

29 Jul 2016: Mace Cost Consultancy has revised its forecasts in the wake of the EU Referendum result and now expects tender prices to fall next year. more »

Surveyors report slowing growth

28 Jul 2016: Latest workload survey from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors shows growth continuing to soften as EU uncertainty delays investment. more »

Civils contractors say growth years are now over

26 Jul 2016: The first national poll of civil engineering contractors since the EU referendum reveals that growth in the sector has ground to a halt. more »

US construction starts fall 7%

24 Jul 2016: New construction starts in the USA dropped 7% in June compared to May, to an annual rate of US$595.1bn (£454bn). more »

So what now?

22 Jul 2016: With the post-Brexit machinations still being played out in the halls of Westminster and Brussels, what does life outside the EU mean for the UK construction sector? In the absence of facts, Neil Edwards looks at the figures more »

Fall for UK and rise for Sweden in latest European construction stats

20 Jul 2016: The latest figures from the EU’s statistical office see the UK amongst the losers while Sweden comes out on top. more »

Construction output fell in May as house-building slows again

15 Jul 2016: Construction output in May 2016 is estimated to have decreased by 2.1% compared with April 2016. more »

Second quarter growth for sales of construction products

11 Jul 2016: The Construction Product Association’s latest state of trade survey reports continued growth in sales of construction products in the second quarter of 2016. more »

Slowdown in German construction continues

7 Jul 2016: Growth of construction output in Germany has slowed to a marginal pace. more »

Construction fatalities rise 23%

6 Jul 2016: Latest figures from the Health & Safety Executive show that 43 construction workers were killed in the workplace in the year to 31st March 2016. more »

Fears mount on back of industry indicators

5 Jul 2016: Industry representatives have been swift to respond to yesterday’s news that UK construction hit a seven-year low in June. more »

Councils make progress in procurement paperwork

5 Jul 2016: More than a third of English local authorities are now using the PAS 91 standard pre-qualification questionnaire for their construction procurement, a survey suggests. more »

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