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Construction Outlook: October 2018

The latest ONS data show the volume of GB construction output rising by around 6% in 2017. With this rise, industry output is almost 30% above that in 2012. By the end of 2018, private housing, now the largest GB construction market, will be double the volume seen in 2012. Help to Buy has underpinned … Read More

Construction Outlook: July 2018

The latest ONS data show the volume of GB construction output rising by close to 6% in 2017. With this rise industry output is 27% above that in 2012. Private housing and commercial building have been the principal growth drivers since 2012, although the outlook for these markets is one of change. Weak business confidence … Read More

Construction Regions: May 2018

Hewes & Associates’ latest regional construction forecast provides new work output forecasts (public & private housing, infrastructure, public non-housing, industrial, commercial) and repair & maintenance output forecasts (housing, public non-housing, private non-housing, infrastructure) for all 11 regions of Great Britain, covering the years 2018 – 2020.  Macro-economic forecasts for each region are also included, as … Read More

Construction Outlook: April 2018

The latest ONS data show the volume of GB construction output rising by close to 5% in 2017.  This marks four years of strong growth, with output now 25% above that in 2012. In broad terms private housing and commercial building have driven workloads since 2012, although the outlook for these markets is now unsettled.  … Read More

Construction Outlook: January 2018

Our latest GB construction forecasts outline a weaker industry performance over the years 2018 and 2019.  The volume of output is forecast to decline in both years, but growth is forecast for 2020. Unsettled business confidence, alongside frailty in consumer finances, is currently affecting the commercial and residential property markets, which combined with public sector … Read More