National Statistics

BIS quarterly construction price and cost indices: July to September 2014

Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) quarterly construction price and cost indices for July to September 2014.

Documents

Construction output prices commentary July to September 2014

Tender price indices July to September 2014

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Resource cost indices July to September 2014

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Output price indices July to September 2014

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Headline results

The BIS output price index for new construction (2010): all new construction for July to September 2014 increased by 1.5% on the previous quarter and by 6.0% year-on-year. Above average increases in output prices, on a quarterly and year-on-year basis, were noted in 2 new work sectors, namely the private commercial (9.0%) and private housing (7.2%) sectors.

The BIS output price index for repair and maintenance construction (2010): all repair and maintenance for July to September 2014 increased by 0.4% on the previous quarter and by 1.4% year-on-year. Much of the increase was accounted for by rises in the private housing repair and maintenance sector which saw the largest increase of 3.3% year-on-year.

The BIS tender price index for public sector non-housing (PUBSEC) July to September 2014 increased by 2.0% on the previous quarter and by 5.3% year-on-year. The BIS tender price index of social housing (TPISH) July to September 2014 increased by 1.0% on the previous quarter and by 4.1% year-on-year.

The BIS resource cost indices in July to September 2014 show very little movement between the first 2 quarters of 2014 across all sectors.