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Non-Domestic Construction and RMI Forecasts Bulletin unveiled

The latest quarterly review of the non-domestic construction and RMI sectors has been published.

The bulletin contains the latest statistics and information, together with medium and longer-term forecasts updated to take account of recent changes.

The content of Issue 21 provides an up to date review of the construction industry.

Recently released figures indicate that non-domestic output is forecast to decline by 6 per cent in 2012 with a projected value of £73.5bn.

This data in conjunction with the latest new orders data is taken into account alongside real market trends, in arriving at forecasts for the next few years.

Each issue covers:

  • Recent and current trends in the construction industry in Great Britain.
  • Changes in output overall and by sector.
  • Major new orders and large scale projects.
  • Revised forecasts based on the latest statistics and information available.
  • Key influencing factors: GDP growth, inflation, interest rates etc.
  • Impact of government strategy and review.

Issue 20 includes:

  • Figures to Q2 2012 – construction output (new work and RMI) and new orders.
  • Ongoing impact of the cuts in public spending on key sectors such as health and education. 
  • Sector performance since 2006 with detailed analysis of output and new orders.
  • Output mix by new work and RMI.

Subscription to the Bulletin costs £295 per annum for four issues.

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