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Economics Director

Construction Products Association

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Construction Products Association

26 Store Street

London, Greater London,WC1E 7BT

United Kingdom

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Noble Francis, economics director at the CPA, said: 'Near-term prospects for construction appear bright with industry growth boosted by several new billion-pound infrastructure projects across the country.
A rise in infrastructure output is expected to ensure positive growth for the construction industry overall, if the Government can ensure it delivers on its announcements.' House building is expected to remain a key source of output growth, with private house building starts rising at 2.0% per year between 2017 and 2019. 'Construction industry prospects should also be boosted by a positive outlook from major house builders, who appear willing to increase supply as they take advantage of rising house prices in an undersupplied market,' said Mr Francis.


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"Looking forward, contractors expect continued strength in private housing and commercial this year, boosted by public non-housing as a stream of work on the Priority School Building Programme gets underway," explained Dr Noble Francis, Economics Director at the Construction Products Association.
"Outside of these sectors, however, order books weakened in Q4, suggesting a moderation in growth in 2015. SMEs in particular reported a noticeable slowdown in new enquiries in Q4," he added.


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