Construction Statistics brings together a wider range of statistics currently available on the construction industry from a variety of sources. This edition updates the figures for Tables 1.7, 2.4, 2.8, 2.9, 3.1, 3.3, 3.4, 3.5 that were supplied in Construction Statistics Annual 2012. All other tables that were previously contained in the annual Construction Statistics publication are no longer collated and published by the ONS. Where these data tables are no longer published, links have been supplied to enable users to obtain the relevant data. This is the fifth web based only edition and the tables produced by ONS are available in Excel, allowing independent analyses of the published information.
Our thanks go to the external contributors and in particular to our colleagues in Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS), the Scottish Government, Welsh Government and the Northern Ireland Executive.
Our thanks also go to the members of the Consultative Committee on Construction Industry Statistics (the forum for joint consultation on construction statistics by the Industry, BIS and the ONS).
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Table 1.7 shows new orders obtained by main contractors by duration. Additional tables previously included in chapter 1 are now published within the quarterly New Orders in the Construction Industry statistical bulletin and associated tables.
Within chapter 2, table 2.4 shows the value of construction output by type of work, table 2.8 shows the value of work done by trade of firm and type of work and table 2.9 shows the value of work done by size of firm and type of work.
The remaining tables that were previously published in chapter 2 are published within the monthly Output in the Construction Industry statistical bulletin and associated tables.
In this chapter, table 3.1 shows the number of private contractor firms, table 3.3 shows the total employment of private contractors, table 3.4 shows the number of firms by size and trade of firm and table 3.5 shows the number of firms by size and region of registration.
The data previously published in table 3.2 regarding information on the insolvency's and bankruptcies of construction firms is now available from the Insolvency Service section of the Department for Business Innovation and Skills (BIS) website.
The information on price indices previously published in Chapter 4 is now available on the Building Cost Information Service (BCIS) website. Users should be aware that the information is only available on subscription.
The Output Price Indices (OPI) for all new construction are published monthly and can be found in table 9 of the Output in the Construction Industry publication. The OPIs for all industries can be found in Table A1 of the Quarterly National Accounts publication.
The OPIs for each of the individual construction sectors are published on a monthly basis and can be found in table 9 of the Output in the Construction Industry publication.
The BIS Construction Price and Cost Indices, previously published in Tables 4.10 and 4.11 can now be found on the BCIS website. Users should be aware that the information is only available on subscription.
The information previously published in chapter 5 are now available on subscription through the BCIS website.
Chapter 6 can be found in Tables 9.1, 9.2, and 9.4 of of the United Kingdom National Accounts - The Blue Book publication.
Chapter 7 previously contained information relating to UK Private Finance Initiative (PFI) projects. This data can be obtained on the Government website.
The information previously contained in this chapter for English Local Authority Expenditure can be found on the Department for Communities and Local Government website.
This chapter contained information relating to National Lottery Projects. This can be accessed on the National Lottery website.
The information contained within tables 10.1 to 10.3 of previous editions of the CSA can be accessed on the Government website.
The information contained within tables 10.4 to 10.5 of previous editions of the CSA can be accessed on the Government website.
A summary of the Thames Gateway regeneration activity can be accessed on the Government website.
Table 11.1 previously contained seasonally adjusted data for manpower, updated on a quarterly basis. This data can be found in the JOBS02 spreadsheet of the Labour Market Statistics publication.
The data previously contained in tables 11.2 to 11.4 can be found in the Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings publication.
Table 11.5 contained data on employment in the construction industry by gender. This data can be found in the EMP14 spreadsheet of the Labour Market Statistics publication.
Tables 11.10. and 11.11 are produced every five years by the Construction Industry Council.
Table 11.12 contained data on trainee numbers from a survey produced by Construction Skills. This data can be accessed on the Construction Skills website.
Table 11.18 previously contained data on the number and turnover of construction service businesses. This data can now be found in Section M of the Annual Business Survey results.
Table 11.19 is updated four times a year and can be found in the LAB D03 table of the Productivity and Labour Disputes table section of the Labour Market Statistics data tables publication.
The data previously available in table 11.20 showing the injuries in Great Britain by industry and severity of injury and is now available in the RIDIND table on the Health and Safety Executive website.
Table 11.21 previously contained data on the number of injuries in Great Britain by industry and severity of injury and is available in the RIDKIND1 table on the Health and Safety Executive website.
Table 11.22 contained the rate of injury in Great Britain by industry and severity of injury and is available in the HISTRATE table on the Health and Safety Executive website.
Table 11.23 showed the number of proceedings instituted by Health and Safety Executive and, in Scotland, the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service under specific regulations and acts by result at an offence level and is available in Table EF5 on the Health and Safety Executive website.
Table 12.1 and Table 12.2 previously contained data on the value of construction output and the index of construction output in Northern Ireland. Both are available on the Northern Ireland Statistics Research Agency website.
Tables 12.3 and 12.4 contained information relating to housing starts in Northern Ireland and can be found in the Northern Ireland Housing Bulletin published by the Department for Social Development.
Table 12.5 previously contained the value of new orders obtained by contractors for Wales. This is updated on a quarterly basis and can be found in Table 6 of the New Orders in the Construction Industry publication.
Table 12.6 previously contained the value of output obtained by contractors for Wales. This is updated on a quarterly basis and can be found in Table 6 of the Output in the Construction Industry publication.
Table 12.7 was the Index of Construction for Wales and can be found in the latest release of the Index of Production and Construction on the Welsh Government website.
Table 12.8 contained information relating to planning applications in Wales. This information is published on a quarterly basis in the Development Control Quarterly Survey on the Welsh Government website.
Table 12.9 contained information relating to mineral planning applications in Wales. This information is produced by the Welsh Government.
Table 12.10 was the analysis of capital account expenditure for Wales and can be found on the Welsh Government website.
Table 12.11 showed household projections for Wales and can be accessed on the Welsh Government website.
Table 12.12 previously showed the value of new orders obtained by contractors for Scotland. This is updated on a quarterly basis and can be found in Table 6 of the New Orders in the Construction Industry publication.
Table 12.13 showed the value of output obtained by contractors for Scotland. This is updated on a quarterly basis and can be found in Table 6 of the Output in the Construction Industry publication.
Tables 13.1 to 13.6 contained information relating to building materials which are produced by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and are available on the Government website.
Tables 14.1 to 14.8 contained information relating to international comparisons and are produced by Gardiner and Theobald.
The Construction Industry Key Performance Indicators are produced by a partnership of the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and Constructing Excellence using data from the Office for National Statistics, Building Cost Information Service, Health and Safety Executive, Dun & Bradstreet and other third-party financial analysts.
The annual Construction Industry KPIs, relating to performance in 2012 are now available online from Glenigan.
Also, the kpizone website gives access to all KPIs for economic, social and environmental performance as well as those for the construction sectors, thus enabling the user to choose relevant KPIs and store and retrieve data to help benchmark effectively. Methods of measurement, data collection forms, trend charts, examples and links to improve performance are included for each KPI as well as calculators to obtain benchmark scores.
The KPI builder has the facility of being able to store performance information in a secure area called ‘My KPIs’, analyse and report results and then produce a tailored document called ‘My KPIs Handbook’. Other areas of the website include secondary and additional performance indicators, international KPIs and industry progress tables.
The website also includes a large amount of supporting information including case studies, KPI best practice guide and masterclass information. The Construction Industry KPIs are intended for use by individual firms wishing to measure and compare their performance.
A Quality and Methodology Information paper (161.5 Kb Pdf) is available for the Output in the Construction Industry survey.
A Quality and Methodology Information paper (100.2 Kb Pdf) is available for the New Orders in the Construction Industry survey.
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