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29 Jul 2019

New Government’s Commitment to Infrastructure Delivery Will Be Vital to Construction Industry Fortunes

Output for Britain’s construction industry is expected to be less than previously forecast over the next three years given concerns around government’s ability to deliver on major infrastructure projects.

By Matt McKeown

25 Jul 2019

Construction Product Sales Point to Industry Weakness in Q2

The Construction Products Association’s State of Trade Survey for 2019 Q2 reveals that 6% of heavy side manufacturers, on balance, reported a fall in sales compared to Q1. Among light side manufacturers, a balance of only 9% reported that sales increased. Survey balances for annual growth in product sales were also markedly weaker for all manufacturers.

By Administrator

1 Jul 2019

Regional Construction Contract Awards Analysis Reveals Slowdown for Housebuilding

The ‘Regional Construction Hotspots in Great Britain 2019’ report from Barbour ABI and the Construction Products Association (CPA) provides a regional analysis of construction contract awards, accounting for local trends and particularities that aren’t always reflected at a national level.

By Administrator

28 Jun 2019

CPA Announced as a CRASH Fundraising Champion

The Construction Products Association (CPA) is delighted to be named as part of the 2019 cohort of Fundraising Champions for the charity CRASH. The CPA is one of a series of construction organisations recognised for their fundraising efforts in the 2018-19 financial year.

By Administrator

14 Jun 2019

Support for British Steel Customers and Suppliers

The Construction Products Association has been supporting our colleagues at Make UK (the nation’s leading manufacturers association) as it heads a supply chain group – alongside the government’s British Steel Support Group made up of local MPs, business organisations, trade unions and local business leaders – to map the supply chain and provide direction to relevant advice in response to the financial difficulties of British Steel Limited (BSL).

By Jeff May

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