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10 Jul 2017

Construction Product Manufacturers Pessimistic of Growth

The CPA’s State of Trade Survey for 2017 Q2 reveals that UK construction product manufacturers experienced growth in sales and activity for the 17th consecutive quarter, but higher input costs and rising uncertainty has dampened manufacturers’ views for the near-term future.

By Emma Salmon

27 Jun 2017

London Loosens Grip on Construction but Housebuilding Remains Strong

Looking at the London districts from a national perspective, only two London regions made it into the top ten for overall construction value in 2016 – Tower Hamlets and Camden & City of London, fourth and eighth respectively, boosted by projects such as the £300 million Chrisp Street development in Poplar and the £500 million 22-24 Bishopsgate tower in the City (formerly the Pinnacle).

By Emma Salmon

27 Jun 2017

Construction Activity Shifts Across Great Britain

Contract awards on major regeneration and infrastructure projects have seen ‘hotspot’ pockets of construction emerge across Great Britain as investment in housebuilding, infrastructure and commercial shifts away from London and the South East.

By Emma Salmon

22 Jun 2017

Grenfell Tower

Following the tragic events at Grenfell Tower, the CPA wishes to echo the words of colleagues across the construction industry in sending our condolences to all those who have been affected.

By Emma Salmon

9 Jun 2017

CPA Response to General Election Results

Dr Diana Montgomery, Chief Executive of the CPA, commented today: “From a business perspective, this is frustrating. We need certainty and clarity in order to address the...

By Emma Salmon

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