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Latest Forecasts

Construction Regions: November 2017

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 2017 – 2019.  Macro-economic forecasts for each region are also included, as … Read More

Construction Outlook: October 2017

Our latest forecasts take account of revised and rebased (to 2015 prices) construction output data. The data show the volume of output rising by almost 5% during the twelve months to June 2017 – up from 3.8% six months earlier. Less encouragingly, the volume of new orders declined by 1.2% over the twelve months to … Read More

Construction Outlook: July 2017

The most recent data show the volume of GB construction output falling in both April and May of 2017.  These declines helped reduce annual growth to 2.2%, from 3% a year earlier. A weakening in business and consumer confidence is affecting both the commercial and residential property markets, which combined with public sector austerity suggests … Read More

Construction Regions: May 2017

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 2017 – 2019.  Macro-economic forecasts for each region are also included, as … Read More

Construction Regions: November 2016

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 2016 – 2018.  Macro-economic forecasts for each region are also included, as … Read More

Construction Outlook: April 2017

Three years of growth in construction output are forecast to give way to two years of modest decline.  Within this, infrastructure offers hope while housing and commercial building are at risk. During 2016 industry growth was driven largely by commercial and private housing new work.  Over the next few years housing faces challenges – in … Read More