Tender price indicator
Q3 2018

Our Tender Price Inflation report looks at the movement of prices in tenders for building contracts in the UK. The report examines a number of contributing factors including GDP, sterling, oil price, employment levels, input costs and construction output. This is further informed by our market survey responses and contractor consultations.

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By Michael Urie

London Market Update - Q3

G&T’s London Market Update (Q3 2018) provides an overview of the London construction market in the third quarter of 2018.

Topics: Greater London

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Urie Michael Web
By Michael Urie

G&T Market Research Bulletin

Welcome to the latest edition of G&T’s Market Research Bulletin. This is a fortnightly roundup of key economic and construction news and data across London and the UK.

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By Michael Urie

Warehousing and Distribution

Adapting for the omni-channel environment

Topics: Retail

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By Michael Urie

G&T Market Research Bulletin

Welcome to the latest edition of G&T’s Market Research Bulletin. This is a fortnightly roundup of key economic and construction news and data across London and the UK.

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By Richard Francis

Well and Fitwel

People spend about 90% of their time indoors and businesses typically spend 90% of their budgets on people. In a well-regarded survey of global corporate executives, 90% reported that they expected to improve their approach to employee wellbeing. It is little wonder why health and wellness have become a dominant concern for the real estate and construction industry.

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New stores deliver retailers an average 12% uplift in online sales

Revo launches ‘Tomorrow’s World: Retail on the line’ omnichannel research report

Topics: Technology, Retail

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By Jared Carver

Budget 2018 - Construction and Property Highlights

As the 2018 growth forecast is upgraded from 1.3% to 1.6%, a number of the proposed measures in the Budget 2018 will impact the construction and property sector.

Topics: Brexit, Tax, Budget

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By Steven Bennett

A Bright Future for Retail

The demise of traditional shopping habits, the rise and rise of online, shrinking profits for department store operators, retailers seeking to renegotiate leases and developers rethinking their plans for shopping developments whilst business rates can be crippling are just some of the challenging factors that retail world faces.

Topics: Technology, Retail

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Urie Michael Web
By Michael Urie

Co-Working Spaces: New Ways of Working

Co-working is a concept whereby those who are self-employed or working for different employers rent out space in the form of seats, desks or private offices from operators, typically on a monthly basis.

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By Tara Lerman, BISNOW

The Data Behind Design: How Companies Tailor The Office To Employee Preferences

For years, architects and developers have attempted to predict what the office of the future will look like. Read on to find out more.

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By Michael Urie

The Growth of Build to Rent in the UK

The move away from buying/selling homes

Topics: Build to Rent

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Built Environment NextGen professionals tackle the housing crisis at LREF 2018

Watch the action unfold in the NextGen roundtable debate held at LREF 2018, discussing solutions to the London housing crisis.

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G&T Launches New Microsite

GT Market Intelligence is an online platform with a curated selection of G&T market research publications, opinion pieces, insights and analysis. Watch our film to find out more.

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By Richard Francis

Brexit Watch - Construction Labour

With Brexit just under a year away, we look at how it will affect the UK labour market and what impact it will have on the construction sector.

Topics: Brexit

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Jason Fowler
By Jason Fowler

Heathrow Airport Expansion Moves Forward

On 5th June 2018, the Cabinet signed off on plans for a new runway at Heathrow Airport. Transport Secretary, Chris Grayling, said the decision was in the ‘national interest’.

Topics: Aviation

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By Mary Rose Griffiths

Key Issues for Lenders on Construction Projects

Our article looks at how structuring projects to make them more acceptable to lenders significantly improves the chances of getting them off of the ground.

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By Andrew Paul

Economics of Building Above Operational Railways

We look at some of the issues that design teams and contractors should take into account when contemplating an over site development.

Topics: Rail

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By Oliver Booth

Introduction to Cross Laminated Timber

We give a brief introduction to Cross Laminated Timber and look at how this new construction method is slowly changing the built environment.

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By Richard Francis

Next Generation Sustainability

In this article we look at the impact on sustainability when three worlds collide: health and wellbeing, technology and real estate.

Topics: Sustainability

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By Gavin Murgatroyd

Market Focus: Insolvency Warning Signs

Following the failure of Carillion in January 2018 and its impact on the construction sector, we look at the early warning signs that can indicate problems ahead.

Topics: Insolvency

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By Jared Carver

Tax Update - Environmental Incentives

Incorporating energy and water efficient technologies into buildings is not just good for the environment. They attract generous tax incentives too.

Topics: Tax

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