Office construction is our bright spot for 2016, in response to tight supply both inside and outside of the Capital.
Glenigan's data has revealed signs of weakness in London's construction industry, with growth in 2016 far from a certainty.
We forecast a 6% rise in project starts this year, requiring further increases in the supply of skilled workers.
The wettest December on record has worsened a slowdown in new construction, according to Glenigan data.
New construction activity has fallen back into contraction, according to figures released by industry analysts Glenigan.
The latest official ONS output figures show falling construction activity, for the first time since 2013 Q1.
The renewable energy sector is currently in turmoil as the Government calls a halt to new on-shore windfarm projects and cut sharply the feed-in tariff for other renewables.
The latest Glenigan Index shows that construction activity has returned to growth, with the value of projects starting on site higher than a year earlier for the first time since March.