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Home Automation Market - 5 Key Facts

5 Key Facts relating to the UK's Home Automation market 2017-21, taken from AMA Research's in depth and detailed market report.

Date: 21/09/2017 | Author: AMA Research

Panel Builders Market - 5 Key Facts

5 Key Facts relating to the UK's Panel Builders market 2017-21, taken from AMA Research's in depth and detailed market report.

Date: 20/09/2017 | Author: AMA Research

Waste Management Market - 5 Key Facts

5 Key Facts relating to the UK's Waste Management market 2017-21, taken from AMA Research's in depth and detailed market report.

Date: 18/09/2017 | Author: AMA Research

‘Improve, don’t move’ trend boosts home extension applications

The number of planning applications decided and granted has increased during the last 2-3 years, following an ongoing period of decline in the years between 2010 and 2013.

Date: 18/09/2017 | Author: AMA Research

UK Tool Distribution market forecast to be worth £1.2bn in 2018

The overall UK tool distribution market increased in 2016 and is expected to reach a value of £1.2bn by 2018. Higher levels of construction, house building and RMI work - along with product innovation - supported value growth of up to 7% per year until 2014.

Date: 18/09/2017 | Author: AMA Research

The UK roofing market sees growth of 7% in 2016

The overall UK roofing market has grown by 7% in value terms in 2016. Since 2012, demand for roof coverings has been supported by the growth of housebuilding and domestic RMI, along with increased output in a number of commercial and industrial new build & refurbishment markets.

Date: 13/09/2017 | Author: AMA Research

Shopfitting Market - 5 Key Facts

5 Key Facts relating to the UK's Shopfitting market 2017-21, taken from AMA Research's in depth and detailed market report.

Date: 13/09/2017 | Author: AMA Research

Leading European electrical wholesale groups continue to increase market share

The overall electrical wholesalers market in leading EU countries was estimated at €34bn in 2016, having seen a moderate increase on 2015, with 2017 growth expected at around 2%. This is according to AMA Research’s definition, which includes 12 EU countries, and excludes the UK market.

Date: 01/09/2017 | Author: AMA Research

Over 5% of UK homes now have a wetroom installation

The value of the wetroom market has increased by 10% between 2014-2016, according to a report by AMA Research. The sector offers significant growth potential within the UK bathroom market, with demand for wetrooms having increased significantly in recent years.

Date: 31/08/2017 | Author: AMA Research

Growth of 24% in the UK mechanical & electrical contracting sector since 2012

The UK market for mechanical and electrical (M&E) contracting has increased by almost 25% since 2012, following a period of sustained growth from 2013 onwards, driven by a buoyant new build market, with rising output in the office and infrastructure sectors in particular.

Date: 25/08/2017 | Author: AMA Research

4% growth in the UK office and home office furniture market in 2016

The UK office and home office furniture market is estimated to have grown by 4% in 2016, with similar growth forecast for 2017.

Date: 21/07/2017 | Author: AMA Research

Investment in outdoor décor schemes benefits the UK garden landscaping market

The UK domestic garden landscaping materials market, including horticulture, hard landscaping and garden decoration, increased by 2% in 2016.

Date: 13/07/2017 | Author: AMA Research

Increasing power requirements and recovery in construction lead to 24% growth in the generating set

The UK generating set market, up to 750 kVA, has experienced 24% overall growth 2013-16. Whilst the growth rate slowed to around 3% in 2016.

Date: 10/07/2017 | Author: AMA Research

Barbour ABI acquires AMA Research

Barbour ABI today announces that it has acquired AMA Research (AMA), a trusted provider of market research, data and bespoke reports to the UK construction sector. The business has been acquired on behalf of Barbour ABI from its owners, Keith Taylor and Andrew Hartley.

Date: 06/04/2017 | Author: