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Budget Hotel Construction Opportunities on the Rise
Budget hotel construction is experiencing a significant upswing
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Student Housing on the Rise: Projects and Investment Surge
The student housing sector is showing positive signs with a number of projects moving through the pipeline and clients pledging major sums.
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Build to Rent Booming in Cities and Beyond
Whilst debate rages over longer-term solutions to the shortage of homes, a plentiful supply of new construction work is set to come from Build to Rent (BtR) housing contracts in the short and medium term.
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North West Office Market Heats Up
Prospects for the office sector in the North West are improving and set to generate a swathe of opportunities for the construction industry.
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Housing Boom on the Horizon?
Over 124,000 new homes were proposed in 2023, marking a potential turning point in the UK’s housing crisis
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Strong Demand for Industrial Space Set to Create New Opportunities
Growing demand from businesses for new warehousing and logistics space is set to drive a marked revival in industrial construction activity during 2024 and beyond.
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Byggfakta UK Awarded Carbon Neutral Status
Glenigan, NBS, and CIS Ireland, comprising Byggfakta UK, have each been independently certified carbon neutral for their 2022 emissions.
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Upturn in Planning Approvals Boosts Work Pipeline for Major Schemes
A recent revival in detailed planning approvals on major new offices and large hotel/leisure schemes bodes well for future construction work pipelines across a series of cities and regions, particularly London, Manchester, and Yorkshire & Humberside.
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Film Studio Expansions Shine a Spotlight on New Work Opportunities
Recent confirmation by Warner Brothers that it is going ahead with a major expansion of its film studios near Watford has put the significant amount of construction work being created by the screen sector in the spotlight.
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Office Construction Work Boosts Commercial Sector
A rise in approved plans for new office construction work is boosting the pipeline in the commercial sector.
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Sectors to Watch as Planning Approvals Rise
A marked upturn in detailed planning approvals over the summer provides useful pointers to key sectors across the industry where new work opportunities will be strongest in the year ahead.
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Summer Boost for Welsh Construction
The Welsh construction industry enjoyed a boost over the summer that looks set to continue as major projects enter the procurement pipeline.
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East of England Construction Market Set to Boom
The East of England is set for a construction boom, with a strong pipeline of projects due to start over the next 12 months.
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Premium Office Refurbishment Spreads From London to the Regions
Demand for high-quality, energy-efficient office refurbishment in central London is spreading to other major cities.
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High Hopes for Office Building to Renovate Space for Hybrid Workers
As companies seek to rebuild and reconfigure their business space to accommodate hybrid working, the offices sector can look forward to two years of growth with particularly strong opportunities in London.
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Construction Industry Set for Rebound in 2024
The construction industry is forecast for a strong bounce back next year as new opportunities appear in warehousing & logistics, office, and retail refurbishment, fit out, and the repurposing of redundant commercial premises.
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Major New Housing Developments on Horizon as Approvals Rise
While the housing market is suffering a slowdown right now, the prospects for major new housing developments have brightened spectacularly in recent months.
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Prospects for Commercial Construction Improving
Prospects in the commercial construction sector are improving with overall activity and work in the pipeline showing signs of recovery.
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Growing Demand for Buildings Designed with BREEAM Certification
The drive for net zero and rising energy costs is reinforcing the significance of, and building demand for, BREEAM certification.
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Upturn in Planning Approvals Bodes Well for Future Work Opportunities
A 29% upturn in planning approvals in January-March compared to the same period last year, provides positive news for the industry’s future work pipeline.
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Air Source Heat Pumps Get £409 Million Government Boost
Government investment is boosting the market for air source heat pumps with £409 million being ploughed into helping 144 public sector buildings drive down their carbon emissions by shifting away from gas boilers.
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House Builders Mood Brightens After Prices Tick Up
A rare piece of good news for house builders emerged in the latest Halifax index showing house prices rose fractionally in March 
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Construction for Universities Set to Provide Reliable New Contracts
With the commercial and industrial markets facing uncertain times, one of the more reliable sources of new work for the construction industry is the UK’s universities.
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New Construction Work at Airports Set to Take Off
New construction work at airports across the UK has picked up markedly in recent months as expansion and renovation programmes get underway
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Construction in the South East Provides Boost for Contractors
Construction in the South East is outpacing other regions and providing a boost for contractors.
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Housebuilding Set to Stay Busy Despite Market Uncertainty
Despite the pessimistic outlook for house prices, there remains a significant volume of construction activity
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Core Northern Powerhouse Rail Projects Set to go Ahead
The core parts of the government’s Northern Powerhouse Rail project are set to be completed after the government committed to the work being funded in the recent November budget.
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Indoor Leisure Construction Projects Keep Contractors Busy
Developers in the hotel and leisure sector face some tough times as rising costs and tight consumer budgets take their toll on hospitality businesses. 
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Overseas Investment Gives a Boost to Construction Prospects in the North
A rare piece of economic good news emerged in a recent report suggesting that the drive for ‘levelling up’ is having an impact and generating some significant new construction work in the North of England thanks to a sharp rise in overseas investment in the area.
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Confident Investors Give Build to Rent Sector a Lift
A new twist on the Build to Rent concept emerged recently when planners approved the first development of homes to be built specifically for families to rent.
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Wind Farm Construction Work Blowing up a Gale
More than £15 billion-worth of renewable projects have secured planning permission in the past year with the bulk made up of proposals for new wind farms.
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Opportunities on New Homes as Housebuilders Shrug Off Market Fears
Housebuilders’ share prices have taken a pounding in recent months - losing a third of their value in the first half of this year 
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Construction Forecast for Growth Despite Continuing Uncertainty
Construction growth has faltered after a post-pandemic boost at the start of last year but there will be a return to stronger growth in the short-term according to the latest industry construction forecast from Glenigan.
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Glenigan Forecasts Construction Sector Return to Growth by 2023
Today (5th July 2022), we launch our widely anticipated UK Construction Industry Forecast 2022-2024.
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Brighter Spots for Construction Appear
The mixed economic outlook and the fall-out from the Ukraine war have inevitably slowed the pace of recovery across the industry.
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Contractors Diversify to Make Up for Lull in Workloads
The UK’s contractors are diversifying into new areas and growing their positions to compensate for a lull in workload in other sectors.
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New Office Space in Demand for Economy’s Growth Sectors
An industry bright spot has appeared in the first quarter of 2022 as new office construction activity picks up.
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New Energy Strategy Set to Boost Renewable Contracts
The finishing touches are being put to the government’s new energy security strategy which is being drawn up in the light of the Ukraine crisis
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