All Data articles – Page 4

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    Cost model: Mental health facilities

    2019-04-10T05:00:00Z

    With mental ill health rising and models of care evolving, we need new facilities that fulfil modern mental healthcare requirements

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    Building intelligence: Q4 2018

    2019-04-09T05:00:00Z

    Output is slowing as the uncertainty around Brexit continues, especially in the commercial sector, but private and public housing are holding up well

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    Tracker: February 2019

    2019-04-08T05:00:00Z

    Tenders and employment prospects both fell for the first time in almost two years, but activity is still rising, if more slowly

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    Development update: residential

    2019-03-25T10:13:00Z

    Changes to the planning system are designed to accelerate housebuilding by bringing new entrants into the market

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    Tracker: January 2019

    2019-02-26T06:00:00Z

    Activity and new orders are losing momentum overall although the non-residential sector is holding up well

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    Cost model: Life sciences buildings

    2019-02-22T06:00:00Z

    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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    Market forecast Q4 2018: Losing confidence

    2019-02-14T06:00:00Z

    Tender prices in the year to Q4 kept climbing in the wake of rising building costs, as construction output rebounded in Q3 – but new orders dropped

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    Lead times: October - December 2018

    2019-02-05T06:00:00Z

    The past quarter has again shown little movement, however, growing uncertainty over Brexit means this steadiness could soon change

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    Tracker: December 2018

    2019-02-01T06:00:00Z

    Total activity continued to strengthen, with R M showing a big recovery after last month’s fall. Orders rose in all sectors if more slowly in civils, while housing led the rise in tender enquiries

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    Mini cost model: The evolution of retail

    2019-01-15T06:00:00Z

    Despite reports of the death of the retail centre, the truth is that owners, developers and local authorities are adapting to use their spaces and assets in new and diverse ways

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    Building intelligence: Q3 2018

    2019-01-14T12:49:00Z

    Construction output is rising, driven largely by housing, both public and private, but public work is slipping – and the offices market is likely to be hit hardest by Brexit  

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    Tracker: November 2018

    2019-01-14T12:35:00Z

    Total activity continued to rise steadily but without accelerating, while orders and tender enquiries lost some growth momentum but remained buoyant. Experian Economics reports

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    Cost update Q3 2018

    2018-12-11T12:46:00Z

    A quarterly analysis of changes to the main construction cost indices, material prices and labour costs shows continuing upward movement

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    Tracker: October 2018

    2018-12-04T06:00:00Z

    Civil engineering activity built further on its September gains after four months of decline, while non‑residental was the only sector in which activity failed to grow last month

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    Market forecast: Past the peak

    2018-11-15T07:00:00Z

    The initial market reaction to the Brexit vote was muted, with output soon recovering strongly, but the trend seems likely to have turned, just as our exit from the EU is imminent. Michael Hubbard of Aecom reports

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    Tracker: September 2018

    2018-10-30T11:37:00Z

    Civil engineering activity finally returned to growth in September, after four months of contraction, while the other sectors stayed steady

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    The future of offices

    2018-10-23T11:15:00Z

    Values in the workplace are changing, which in turn means that what occupiers want from an office building is also evolving rapidly

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    Lead times: July-September 2018

    2018-10-15T12:19:00Z

    With workload and enquiries remaining level, lead times stayed steady for all except two packages – both were driven higher by pressure on design and manufacturing resources

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    Building intelligence: Q2 2018

    2018-10-05T06:00:00Z

    Construction output in the second quarter of 2018 rose by 1% compared with last year, but most sectors seem to be feeling the growing uncertainty around Brexit

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    Tracker: August 2018

    2018-10-04T06:00:00Z

    Activity indices rose in August for all sectors except civil engineering, which hit its lowest level for six months