Construction output forecast
Construction forecast 2011 – 2015
Published September 2011
Our latest construction forecast estimates that total construction output for 2011 will be down by 2.9% on 2010, although there are significant differences by sector.
Our construction forecast is a 6 monthly report that has been published for the last 22 years and is one of the more highly respected in the industry.
Our subscribers, who number over 100 and come from a range of sectors, include large multi national businesses as well as smaller regional companies.
Recent subscribers include companies such as BT Openreach, Capita Group, Lavendon, Balfour Beatty, Crown Paints, Harsco, Wolseley, Kier Group and NMBS.
If you want to find out more about what is contained in our forecast, then you can download a document containing a full list of tables, charts and page headings
Why is understanding the market so important
Our analysis of the GB construction markets will help you to understand
- The changing dynamics of each construction sector during the period 2011 – 2015
- Which sectors are going to fare best and worst and the drivers behind the forecast figures
- Where you should focus your sales and marketing activity
- How to plan production and allocate resources.
What is provided in our construction market forecast?
Our construction output forecasts are based on a series of causal forecasting models using a range of economic and construction variables.
The output from one of the models we use to forecast private housing construction output can be downloaded here.
The report provides construction output forecasts for the following key sectors of the industry:
- Housing – split by public and private
- Commercial - including but not split by offices, retail and leisure
- Public non-housing - including but not split by education, health, offices and law & order
- Public education
- Public health
- Industrial – including but not split by warehousing, distribution and industrial units
- Infrastructure - including but not split by rail, roads and utilities
- Repair & Maintenance housing – split by public and private
- Repair & Maintenance non housing.
Historical output figures are provided for 1990 – 2010 with forecast figures for 2011 – 2015. A breakdown of output at a regional level (2007-2011) allows subscribers to assess which areas of GB have grown and which have declined.
Quarterly output figures (current prices) are also provided for the new build sectors from 2006 Q1 to 2011 Q2 to highlight changes in each sector’s performance.
In addition, we provide actual and forecast output figures (1990 – 2015) for the following heavy side building materials:
- Blocks (dense, lightweight & aerated)
- Bricks (facings, engineering & commons)
- Cementitious materials
- Readymixed concrete.
Subscribers can also receive all the data tables featured in the report in an excel spreadsheet. If required, we can also send a copy of the report in powerpoint rather than pdf to facilitate cutting and pasting into subscribers’ own reports.
For professionals undertaking CPD our forecast is certified, so reading it will satisfy part of your on-going requirements.
What does our construction forecast cost?
Bought through our website, a copy of our September forecast costs £135 plus VAT.
Alternatively if you would like to order by phone and receive an invoice, the cost is £160 plus VAT. Call us on 01252 279990.
How can I get a copy of the construction forecast?
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