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5 Key Facts relating to the UK's Construction in the Higher Education and Student Accommodation Sector 2018-22, taken from AMA Research's in depth and detailed market report.
Our sister company Barbour ABI has teamed up with the Construction Products Association to produce a new report entitled 'Regional Construction Hotspots in Great Britain 2018'.
5 Key Facts relating to the UK's Social Housing Construction & Maintenance Market, taken from AMA Research's in depth and detailed market report.
Dominated by the private sector, the entertainment and leisure sector has experienced more positive construction output conditions than many other sectors over the past 5 years.
Including residential conversions, there were around 258,000 new dwellings delivered across the UK in 2016/17, up by 13% on the previous year.
5 Key Facts relating to the UK's Transport Infrastructure Construction and RMI market 2017-21, taken from AMA Research's in depth and detailed market report.
The UK’s Private Rented Sector (PRS) is going through a period of rapid change. A recovering UK economy and increasing interest by both UK and overseas large institutional investors are key elements in the recent expansion of the PRS.
The UK market for prefabricated volumetric modular buildings and portable accommodation is estimated to have increased by 6% in 2017 - a significant improvement on 2016
5 Key Facts relating to the UK's Sports Sector Construction 2017-21, taken from AMA Research's in depth and detailed market report.
Recently revised data indicates that total construction output increased by 8% in 2017 compared with 2016, to reach a total value of £163.5bn.
Total construction output in the higher education (HE) sector was estimated to be worth around £3.9bn in 2017, and this is forecast to rise as the market for university construction work steadily increases.
5 Key Facts relating to the UK's Construction Contractors market 2017-21, taken from AMA Research's in depth and detailed market report.
After a volatile 2017 for construction, the year hasn’t begun much better for the industry in January, with the value of new contracts awarded at £5.4 billion, 10.6 per cent lower than the same time last year.
In 2017, contractors’ output in the transport sector was valued at around £8.6bn.
Construction output in the education sector has seen 4 years of consistent growth, and reached a peak in 2016 at around £11.2bn.
The sports facilities construction market in the UK was worth an estimated £1.5 billion in 2017 having grown substantially in the past year.
The construction contracting industry has experienced good growth since 2013, as a result of relatively buoyant construction activity across several end-use sectors.
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