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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Construction output increased by 0.6% in Quarter 3 (July to Sept) 2019, partially reversing the decrease of 1.2% in Quarter 2 (Apr to June) 2019.
This growth in Quarter 3 2019 was driven by a rise in new work of 1.4% but offset slightly by a fall in repair and maintenance of 0.8%.
In new work, most sectors saw an increase with private housing (1.8%), private commercial (1.5%) and private industrial (7.2%) contributing significantly to the rise in Quarter 3 2019.
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Monthly construction output for Great Britain at current price and chained volume measures, seasonally adjusted by public and private sector.
An all work summary of monthly construction output in Great Britain 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) from July 2014 to June 2019, UK.
The construction industry in Great Britain, including value of output and type of work, new orders by sector, number of firms and total employment.
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