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Construction growth now depends on high-risk big infra

8 Feb 2017: The health of the construction industry over the next five years is on a knife-edge, heavily dependent of a few politically sensitive infrastructure projects of huge scope, according to new industry forecasts. more »

Growth slows but German optimism hits all-time high

7 Feb 2017: Growth in activity in the German construction market has slowed but optimism is at a record high, with the outlook at the brightest since firms were first surveyed in 1999. more »

NHBC new home registrations dip in 2016

3 Feb 2017: The number of new homes registered in the UK by the National House Building Council (NHBC) in 2016 fell by 2% compared to 2015 because of a slowdown in the capital. more »

Supply chains under pressure as growth softens

2 Feb 2017: The January 2017 survey of construction purchasers indicates a sluggish start to the new year, with industry growth slowing a little. more »

“Easier to employ a ballet dancer than a quantity surveyor”

2 Feb 2017: A survey by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors indicates that the construction industry has more than regained any confidence lost in the wake of last year’s EU referendum result. more »

Developers drawn to regional cities, crane survey suggests

31 Jan 2017: UK regional cities appear to be reporting record levels of construction activity, with private developers piling in. more »

European construction output grows

19 Jan 2017: Output across Europe’s construction sector rose by 0.4% in November 2016 compared with October. more »

Housing up but infrastructure work slows

12 Jan 2017: Construction output in Great Britain fell by 0.2% in November 2016 compared with October 2016, largely due to a contraction in non-housing repair and maintenance, but it was up 1.5% year-on year. more »

Construction orders shrink 23% in 2016

9 Jan 2017: The total value of new construction contracts signed in 2016 was down by nearly a fifth on 2015. more »

Construction products continue growth run

9 Jan 2017: Sales of UK construction products rose for a 15th consecutive fifteenth quarter in the ast three months of 2016, according to the Construction Product s Association’s latest state of trade survey. more »

New order growth hits 11-month high

4 Jan 2017: Contractors appear to be demonstrating their confidence in the UK construction market by stepping up their stock buying to beat price rises. more »

EU construction output rises

20 Dec 2016: Output across Europe’s construction sector grew by 0.4% in October compared to September and by 1.1% compared to last year. more »

Irish construction sees sharp rise in employment

15 Dec 2016: The Irish construction sector has reported its sharpest rise in employment since February amid a further strong increase in new work. more »

Construction growth forecast slashed

14 Dec 2016: Market research firm Leading Edge has substantially downgraded its expectations for construction output next year. more »

Housing growth fails to prevent construction output dipping

9 Dec 2016: Total construction output fell by 0.6% in October 2016 but private sector house-building continues to flourish. more »

Contract awards plummet 24% in November

5 Dec 2016: The value of new construction contracts signed in the UK fell by a quarter last month. more »

Contractors face margin erosion as inflation starts to bite

2 Dec 2016: The reduced value of the pound has led to the steepest rise in construction inflation for more than five years, the latest monthly survey of purchasing managers indicates. more »

Builders' merchants enjoy third-quarter growth

25 Nov 2016: Sales of building materials through UK builders’ merchants rose by 3.8% in the three months after the EU referendum, compared with the same period of 2015. more »

Staffing levels up as Irish construction sector grows at faster pace

18 Nov 2016: Job creation in Ireland’s construction sector has risen at the fastest pace in eight months as confidence regarding future output improved. more »

Eurozone construction output drops 0.9%

18 Nov 2016: Construction output in the Eurozone in September was up 1.8% compared to the previous year but fell by 0.2% across the wider EU. more »

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