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Tender prices are likely to rise at a slower rate over the next couple of years, as output wavers and business confidence stays low
Lead times have remained static, but widespread reports of labour shortages mean firms are starting to predict increases soon
Overall activity slipped to its lowest point in almost three years, with contraction in every sector, while tenders continued to fall
With mental ill health rising and models of care evolving, we need new facilities that fulfil modern mental healthcare requirements
Output is slowing as the uncertainty around Brexit continues, especially in the commercial sector, but private and public housing are holding up well
Tenders and employment prospects both fell for the first time in almost two years, but activity is still rising, if more slowly
Keep up to date with the payment times of the leading contractors in the construction sector
Changes to the planning system are designed to accelerate housebuilding by bringing new entrants into the market
Activity and new orders are losing momentum overall although the non-residential sector is holding up well
Research methods in the life sciences are developing at an unprecedented rate, so how can our buildings keep up with these developments?
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