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UK construction output dropped slightly in January, as the third national lockdown leads to hesitancy across the industry.
The UK construction sector continued to bounce back in December, but stretched supply chains and delays at UK ports resulted in the fastest rate of input cost inflation since April 2019.
The latest PMI figures show November indicated a sustained recovery in UK construction output, with the rate of expansion accelerating from the previous month.
Construction companies in the UK reported a sustained recovery in output volumes during October, as the rate of expansion grinds to a halt.
Although employment has continued to fall, the latest PMI data signals a sharp increase in UK construction activity at the end of the third quarter.
UK construction output data for August has signalled a setback for the industry’s recovery, as survey respondents blame a lack of new work.
Construction activity accelerated in July at the fastest pace since October 2015, but analysts warn to prepare for a “chilly autumn” as furlough schemes come to an end.
Construction PMI data for June revealed a sharp turnaround in the performance of the UK construction industry, as the phased restart of work helps lift output volumes.
UK construction sector downturn eased in May, as construction sites gradually reopen and lockdown measures begin to loosen, according to the latest construction PMI.
UK construction output fell at the fastest rate ever in April, as suddenness of the drop 'knocks the wind' out of building work in the UK, according to the latest construction PMI.
Levels of new work in construction grew at the fastest pace since 2015 in February, while the boom in housebuilding allowed construction output to experience its sharpest rise since December 2018.
Construction output experienced another sharp drop in December, as political uncertainty and subdued client demand slashed workloads.
Construction companies in the UK have recorded yet another drop in business during November, the slowest decline since July 2019.
October data pointed to a sustained decline in UK construction output, with overall volumes of work falling for the sixth consecutive month, according to the recent Construction PMI survey.
The recent soft patch for UK construction output continued during March, as Brexit uncertainty causes concern among clients.
Activity in the UK construction industry slowed to its weakest output in six months in September, according to Markit’s construction PMI
The latest monthly construction PMI has revealed a renewed slowdown in output growth across the sector; however, there were signs of resilience in commercial building and residential work
Figures reveal a construction slowdown last month, with the Purchasing Managers’ Index falling lower than expected
February gives a mixed picture for the construction industry with growth offset by a slowdown in new orders and rapidly rising costs
Last month saw construction growth reach the weakest rate seen since August while costs increased significantly
Activity in the construction sector grew at the fastest rate in nine months in December, according to the latest UK construction PMI
The latest Markit survey has revealed while UK construction growth hit an eight-month high, costs have skyrocketed reaching levels not seen since 2011
The construction sector saw a growth in output during September’s PMI, shaking off the post-Brexit slump.