All Confidence surveys Articles

Contractors cautious on 2012 prospects
Respondents to annual KPMG survey identify energy sector as having greatest short-term potential for construction market
UK faces ‘challenging’ year
Survey finds expectations for UK construction trade largely negative for year ahead.
UK’s positive start may not last
Outlook for UK described as one of “nervous optimism” with fears of “another disappointing year”.
UK construction market pessimism
Government spending cuts and concerns over access to finance leading to negative view, according to survey.
Bureaucracy a barrier in Poland
Regulations and officials the most commonly cited obstacles in Polish construction market, a survey has found.
Limited optimism in UK construction market
A healthy increase reported, but recession fears persist
UK construction sector gets new recession warning
The UK’s Construction Products Association predicts double-dip recession.
Slow growth forecast for Polish construction in 2010
"Exceptionally severe winter" sees major decline in construction activity during Q1 2010 in Poland, with little sign of recovery
Sentiment softens
January saw a month-on-month downturn in European construction activity. But although current activity levels are falling, the industry is up beat about the future. Chris Sleight reports.
“Question of the month”
In January CE asked respondents whether they thought there would be a serious economic crisis in 2008. Most were positive, with 74% of respondents saying they didn't think there would be a crisis this year.
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