Following the work of the Construction Statistics Development Programme, Construction Output Price Indices, Great Britain construction output statistics and Construction new orders are now re-designated as National Statistics by the UK Statistics Authority.
Construction output decreased by 0.6% in the three-month on three-month all work series in January 2019; this decrease was driven by a fall of 2.3% in the all repair and maintenance series, which was slightly offset by an increase of 0.3% in the all new work series.
The fall in the three-month on three-month all repair and maintenance series was driven primarily by non-housing repair and maintenance, which fell by 3.2%, and private housing repair and maintenance, which fell by 2.3%.
Monthly construction output for Great Britain at current price and chained volume
measures, seasonally adjusted by public and private sector. Also includes quarterly non-seasonally adjusted type of work and regional data.
This article contains a summary of the construction output price indices (OPIs) for Quarter 1 (January to March) 2016, produced using an interim solution whilst ONS continues to develop appropriate methodologies for the long-term. Data in this release are experimental statistics.