Figures released today (10 March) by Glenigan show an additional £60 billion of projects in the central government development pipeline which are missing from official records.
Construction growth continues to rise despite minor economic disruption caused by the recent bad weather, according to this month's Glenigan Index.
Our commercial office expert Clare Murgatroyd discusses the key factors set to impact the sector during 2014 in this week's Glenigan Newsletter.
As UK construction enters a period of prolonged and fast paced growth, issues of costs, capacity and cash flow are coming to the fore. Glenigan economist Tom Crane asks whether this will have an impact on the late payment 'culture' plaguing the industry.
As new government reforms to the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) are approved by Parliament this week, we examine the proposed amendments.
Construction growth dipped slightly at the start of 2014 due to a slowdown in the industrial and retail sectors, but market prospects remain strong according to the latest Glenigan Index.
Glenigan is supporting a major new survey to assess the true scale of bid cost expenditure to UK construction companies.
Following the unveiling of the government's updated National Infrastructure Plan at the end of last year, Glenigan's infrastructure expert Suzy Riding reveals the top NIP construction projects to watch.