Construction of new buildings and repairs or alterations to existing properties in Great Britain measured by the amount charged for the work, including work by civil engineering companies.
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In December 2016, construction output rose by 1.8% compared with November 2016, largely due to an increase in new work.
Private commercial work was one of the main drivers behind construction growth, expanding by 5.2% in December.
The underlying pattern as suggested by the 3 month on 3 month movement shows a slight expansion of 0.2% in output, revised up from 0.1% in the preliminary estimate of GDP.
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Monthly output at current price and chained volume measures seasonally adjusted by public and private sector. Quarterly non–seasonally adjusted type of work and regional data.
Monthly output all work summary at current price and chained volume measures seasonally adjusted by public and private sector.
Quarterly new orders at current price and chained volume measures seasonally adjusted by public and private sector. Quarterly non–seasonally adjusted type of work and regional data.
Monthly construction output price indices (OPIs).
These tables cover a wide range of statistics that are currently available on the construction industry.
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A wide range of statistics on the construction industry in Great Britain: statistical trends, international comparisons and leading initiatives that may influence the future.
A summary of the Construction Output Price Indices (OPIs) for Quarter 4 (Oct to Dec) 2016, produced using an interim solution whilst we continue to develop appropriate methodologies for the long-term. Data in this release are Experimental Statistics.
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