Cheshire, United Kingdom, August 01, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Construction Review is a popular read amongst construction industry professionals. Starting with leading stories from two respected sources; Brian Green who blogs for Building magazine and Dr Noble Francis from the Construction Products Association.
The review goes on to provide a detailed analysis of all sectors within the construction industry. Here’s an extract from the Residential Sector Summary (April to June 2010):
Continued hope for the residential sector saw an increase in output of just shy of 10% on the previous quarter. Indeed output was more than double the corresponding quarter last year. It must be noted that within these figures is included a 3 billion pounds Sterling MOD project for new Barracks over a 30 year period. Despite these figures, there are mixed views across the industry. Whilst gross mortgage lending was up 15% in June, according to data released by the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML), others warned of perils waiting.
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Rebecca Pedler, Marketing Manager, says: “We’ve been producing Construction Review for a number of years now, and it’s always been well received. It provides a great insight into the sectors performance, whilst also introducing the flexibility of Barbour ABI’s services. This report is compiled in-house using ABI’s data and reporting capabilities, and is a free publication for everyone to use.”