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    GB’s poor start continues

    2018-05-10T14:18:00Z

    Office for National Statistics says decline in construction output could be result of poor weather

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    February fall for GB

    2018-04-16T12:51:00Z

    Great Britain’s construction output falls, despite strong performance from private housing

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    Three-month decline for GB

    2018-02-09T11:18:00Z

    Figures show most sustained fall in quarterly construction output since the third quarter of 2012

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    GB output drops further

    2018-01-11T09:25:00Z

    Despite month-on-month rise of 0.4%, output takes largest quarter-on-quarter tumble since August 2012

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    UK outlook flat

    2017-10-18T09:52:00Z

    Association warns that escaping impact of subdued economic growth and rising inflation will be hard

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    GB output falls again

    2017-09-08T14:16:00Z

    Although still at “relatively high level”, quarterly and monthly construction output slides again

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    GB output stumbles

    2017-08-10T11:28:00Z

    Growth of 1.1% in first quarter turns to 1.3% fall in second, according to Office for National Statistics

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    GB construction fall

    2017-03-15T12:07:00Z

    January showed drop in monthly ONS figures, although output grew on a quarter-on-quarter basis by 1.8%

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    Slight drop in GB output

    2017-01-12T12:21:00Z

    Office for National Statistics sees fall of 0.2% in November, compared with October, mostly down to contraction in non-housing repair and maintenance

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    GB post-Brexit fall

    2016-11-11T16:15:00Z

    “Broadly positive” forecasts, despite decrease in construction output compared to previous quarter’s figures from ONS