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Construction Statistics Annual brings together a wide range of statistics currently available on the construction industry from a variety of sources. This annual publication updates the figures supplied in previous editions of Construction Statistics and provides a broad perspective on statistical trends in the construction industry through the last decade.

In addition, there are some international comparisons.

Construction Statistics Annual 2021 (No.22)
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ISBN
9781804939819
Author
Office for National Statistics (ONS)
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Publication Date
24 May 2022
Edition
2021
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Paperback
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284 pages plus CD-ROM
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A4 (210 x 297 mm)
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490199

A wide range of statistics that are currently available on the construction industry including value of output, new orders by sector, number of firms and total employment, insolvencies and construction output price indices.

Main points
  • The value of construction new work in current prices in Great Britain experienced a record 16.3% fall in 2020 to £99,651 million after the record high of £119,087 million in 2019 as the impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic took hold; there were similar percentage reductions in both private and public new work.
  • Construction new orders fell by 11.9% in 2020 to £55,631 million, reaching its lowest level recorded since 2013, driven down by the private housing, private commercial (mainly entertainment) and public other new work sectors; the only sectors with positive growth were infrastructure and public new housing, with the former seeing most notable growth in electricity and roads.
  • 342,456 Value Added Tax (VAT)/Pay As You Earn (PAYE) registered firms were operating in the construction industry in Great Britain in the third quarter of 2020, a 2.0% growth compared with 2019; administrative lags in deregistering and closing firms may mean that some closures are not yet visible in these figures.
  • Construction-related employees (excluding self-employment) for VAT/PAYE-registered businesses in Great Britain remained broadly unchanged in the third quarter of 2020 compared with 2019, totalling 1.4 million workers; while self-employed workers fell to 727,000 in 2020 according to Office for National Statistics (ONS) data from the Labour Force Survey.
  • Construction saw a 36.6% annual fall in the number of recorded company insolvencies in 2020; this is a similar magnitude when compared with all industries.
  • The all-work construction output price index saw a mixed profile of annual price growth in 2020; the first half of 2020 saw continued declines in annual growth from 1.8% in January 2020 to flat (0%) growth in July 2020 with successive increases in the second half of 2020 to 1.7% annual price growth in December 2020.
 


Construction Statistics Annual 2020 (No.21)
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ISBN
9781801400206
Author
Office for National Statistics (ONS)
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Publication Date
12 November 2019
Edition
2020
Format
Paperback
Extent
320 pages
Dimensions
A4 (210 x 297 mm)
Trade Tariff Code
490199

A wide range of statistics and analysis on the construction industry in Great Britain in 2019.

Main points
  • The value of construction new work in Great Britain continued to rise in 2019, reaching its highest level on record at £118,977 million; this was driven by growth in both public sector work of £3,008 million and in the private sector of £2,897 million.
  • Construction new orders grew by 2.5% in 2019 following the fall of 13.2% in 2018; this represented an increase of £1,516 million.
  • There were 3,502 insolvencies in the construction sector in Great Britain in 2019, the highest of any sector.
  • Construction-related employment in Great Britain fell by 6.0% in 2019, which is the first annual decline since 2014 when it fell by 0.1%.
  • Average weekly earnings in the construction industry in Great Britain grew by 1.8% to £648 per week in the year to December 2019, which was below the 2.8% increase for the whole economy.
  • The UK trade deficit in construction materials and components fell by £152 million to £10,421 million in 2019, though imports remain more than double the value of exports as all three components of building materials saw a trade deficit.
  • All data in this release relate to 2019 and therefore are before the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic; for further information please see the Office for National Statistics (ONS) public statement on COVID-19 and the production of statistics.
 


Construction Statistics Annual 2019 (No.20)


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Construction Statistics Annual 2019 (No.20)

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ISBN
9781839720055
Author
Office for National Statistics (ONS)
Published by
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Publication Date
12 November 2019
Edition
2019
Format
Paperback
Extent
257 pages
Dimensions
A4 (210 x 297 mm)
Trade Tariff Code
490199

A range of statistics on the construction industry, including value of output, new orders by sector, number of firms and total employment.

Main points
  • The value of construction new work in Great Britain continued to rise in 2018, reaching its highest level on record at £113,127 million; this was driven by growth in public sector work of £2,697 million and to a lesser extent growth in the private sector of £750 million.
  • Construction new orders fell by 13.2% in 2018, the first annual decline in growth seen since 2011; this represented a decline of £9,335 million.
  • The number of construction firms operating in the construction industry has continued to rise — reaching its highest level on record — with 325,736 registered firms operating in Great Britain in 2018, increasing by 11,146 (3.5%) compared with the previous year.
  • There were 16,578 new company insolvencies across the 10 industries with the most insolvencies in 2018; of these, the construction sector made up 3,202 insolvencies, which is the highest of any sector in 2018 and a 14.7% increase on the 2,792 insolvencies seen in 2017.
  • Construction-related employment in Great Britain increased by 2.8% in 2018, reaching the highest level on record, with the South East, London and the East of England contributing 41.1% of total employment.
 


Construction Statistics Annual 2018 (No.19)


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Construction Statistics Annual 2018 (No.19)

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ISBN
9781787760523
Author
Office for National Statistics (ONS)
Published by
Dandy Booksellers Ltd
Publication Date
7 November 2018
Edition
2018
Format
Paperback
Extent
288 pages
Dimensions
A4 (210 x 297 mm)
Trade Tariff Code
490199

The construction statistics annual publication brings together a wide range of statistics currently available on the construction industry from a variety of sources. Data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) as well as other government departments are used to provide an overview and analysis of the construction industry as a whole.

Main points
  • The value of construction new work in current prices continued to rise in 2017 in Great Britain, reaching its highest level on record at £109,387 million; driven by growth in the private sector, which equates to approximately three-quarters of new work.
  • The rise in the value of construction new orders seen since 2011 has continued, in part due to the awarding of several high-value orders relating to High Speed 2 (HS2), which drove the 7.4% increase in new orders in 2017.
  • The number of firms operating in the construction industry has continued to rise, increasing by 6.2% compared with the previous year, with 314,590 firms operating in Great Britain in 2017.
  • As the number of construction firms has risen, so has the number of insolvencies; the number of new company construction insolvencies grew 3.4% compared with 2016, equating to 2,792 insolvent construction firms.
  • Construction-related employment in Great Britain increased by 3.8% in 2017, exceeding its pre-downturn peak of 2007 to reach the highest level on record, with jobs centred around London, the South East and the North West of England.
  • Average weekly earnings in the construction industry recovered from a fall in 2016, increasing to £607 per week in December 2017, second only to the finance and business services sector.
  • The UK trade deficit in construction materials and components continued to widen in 2017, increasing to £9,909 million, with the value of imports more than double the value of exports.
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Construction Statistics Annual 2017 (No.18)


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Construction Statistics Annual 2017 (No.18)

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ISBN
9781787321212
Author
Office for National Statistics (ONS)
Published by
Dandy Booksellers Ltd
Publication Date
23 October 2017
Edition
2017
Format
Paperback
Extent
322 pages
Dimensions
A4 (210 x 297 mm)
Trade Tariff Code
490199

The Construction statistics annual publication brings together a wide range of statistics currently available on the construction industry from a variety of sources. Data from Office for National Statistics (ONS) as well as other government departments are used in order to provide analysis of the construction industry.

Main points
  • The value of construction new work in Great Britain continued to rise in 2016, reaching its highest level on record at £99,266 million; driven by continued growth in the private sector.
  • The steady rise in the value of construction new orders seen since 2011 has continued, owing to the increase in all other work in 2016.
  • Construction price inflation reached 2.2% in the last month of 2016, above both the CPI and SPPI, which both ended 2016 at 1.1%.
  • The trade deficit in construction materials and components continued to widen in 2016, with imports more than double the value of exports, resulting in a trade deficit of £9,090 million.
  • Construction-related employment provided by construction firms grew by 55,831 compared with 2015, with jobs centred around London, the South East and the North West.
  • The number of construction firms in Great Britain increased to its highest level on record in 2016.
  • 2,557 new starter construction firms entered insolvency in the year ending 2016, second only to the administrative services sector.
  • Despite a broadly positive 2016, future risks to the industry exist in the form of a potential rise in the price of imports and falls in business and consumer confidence in the UK economy.M/li>
 



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