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Construction Statistics No. 13, 2012 Edition

Released: 24 August 2012 Download PDF


  • Abstract
  • Acknowledgements
  • Chapter 1 – New Orders
  • Chapter 2 – Output
  • Chapter 3 – Structure of the Industry
  • Chapter 4 – Price Indices
  • Chapter 5 – Cost Indices
  • Chapter 6 – Investment
  • Chapter 7 – Commercial Floor Space
  • Chapter 8 – Government Departments’ Construction Plan
  • Chapter 9 – Local Authority Expenditure
  • Chapter 10 – National Lottery Funded Projects
  • Chapter 11 – Planning applications and decisions
  • Chapter 12 – Trends in Employment and the Proffesions
  • Chapter 13 – Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland
  • Chapter 14 – Building Materials
  • Chapter 15 – International Comparisons
  • Chapter 16 – Key performance Indicators and Benchmarking
  • Background notes
  • Appendices


Construction Statistics brings together a wider range of statistics currently available on the construction industry from a variety of sources. Following a user consultation in 2011(see background notes), the format for this edition has been changed to provide web links to direct the user to the sources of the data that were supplied in previous editions. However, this edition updates the figures for Tables 1.7, 2.4, 2.8, 2.9, 3.1, 3.3, 3.4, 3.5 that were supplied in Construction Statistics Annual 2011. This is the fourth web based only edition and the tables produced by ONS are available in Excel, allowing independent analyses of the published information.

Source: Office for National Statistics licensed under the Open Government Licence v.1.0.


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