Builders remain nervous about hiring due to continued political uncertainty, says...

Small building companies remain nervous about hiring new staff and are reducing the size of their workforce, according to a recent survey from the Federation of Master Builders (FMB).

Has the construction industry been affected by Brexit’s “creeping paralysis”?

Recent decline in project awards points towards a cautious industry waiting for Brexit to determine its future planning, says Barbour ABI.

Modest outlook for the UK wood floorcoverings market as confidence and...

AMA reports that the wood floorings sector grew steadily from 2011 until 2017 but suffered marginal decline in 2018

Deal or no deal: potential Brexit outcomes put construction and manufacturing...

Chief economist at AMA Research and Barbour ABI, Tom Hall, assesses the impact of Brexit on the construction and manufacturing sectors in the Overcoming Brexit Uncertainty report.

RICS launches new Social Impact Awards

RICS’ new Social Impact Awards will search for the UK’s best built projects transforming lives & communities

Government funds GGF to help companies through Brexit

GGF awarded 50K from Brexit Business Readiness Fund

Misinformation and mistakes continue to hinder productivity of UK construction firms

New research suggests that nine in ten firms still rely on paper on-site, exacerbating preventable productivity drains

Merchants’ sales fall as Brexit deadline nears

Builders Merchants’ sales down 5.6%, year-on-year, in August

Construction product manufacturing begins to feel the headwinds, according to latest...

Mixed picture for Q3 and outlook clouded by uncertainty

Consumer demand for new homes has reduced says FMB

Consumer demand for new homes has fallen by 8% over the last year, to its lowest level since 2013 says FMB House Builders’ Survey