UK construction continues to feel the impact of the general election as activity drops for the third consecutive month. The Glenigan Index for July, which covers the value of projects starting on site during the three months to June, has declined by 24% year on year as housebuilding, office, retail and civil engineering activity contracted sharply.
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UK construction continues to feel the impact of the general election as activity drops for the second consecutive month, according to the Glenigan Index for June.
Glenigan economist Tom Crane explains what the latest construction output figures really means for the industry.
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Glenigan's Economics Director Allan Wilén comments on the outcome of the General Election and its impact on the construction industry.
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