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Latest ONS construction industry output figures released today

* ONS-graph.jpgThe Office for National Statistics has this morning issued its latest Statistical Bulletin on 'Output in the Construction Industry' in Great Britain.

The bulletin reveals that:

- The total volume of construction output in the third quarter of 2011 fell by 0.2% compared with the second quarter of 2011
- The total volume of construction output in the third quarter of 2011 fell by 1.0% compared with the same quarter in 2010
- All new work fell by 0.6% and repair and maintenance rose by 0.7% compared with the second quarter of 2011
- All new work fell by 1.8% and repair and maintenance rose by 0.9% compared with the same quarter in 2010

 

 

- Quarter on quarter volume reductions were experienced in six out of nine sectors reported
- The volume of new private housing work in the third quarter of 2011 was 2.5% lower compared with the previous quarter
- New private housing output in the third quarter of 2011 was 0.7% higher compared with the same quarter in 2010
- The volume of new work in the public housing sector in the third quarter of 2011 was 8.2% lower than the previous quarter and 8.9% lower compared with the same quarter in 2010

- The volume of housing repair and maintenance work (including improvement work) in the public sector in the third quarter of 2011 was 2.2% lower compared with the previous quarter and 6.5% lower compared with the same period in 2010

- Housing repair and maintenance work in the private sector in the third quarter of 2011 was 0.7% lower compared with the previous quarter and 6.4% lower compared with the same period in 2010

E: construction.statistics@ons.gov.uk
W:www.ons.gov.uk

11th November 2011




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