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BIS Quarterly Constuction Price and Cost Indices: Quarter 3 2012

Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS) quarterly constuction price and cost indices for the 3rd quarter 2012.

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Quarterly Construction Price and Cost Indices Commentary: Quarter 3 2012

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Construction Tender Price Indices: December 2012 (Quarter 3 2012)

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Construction Resource Cost Indices: December 2012 (Quarter 3 2012)

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Construction Output Price Indices: December 2012 (Quarter 3 2012)

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Construction Resource Cost Indices notes and Definitions

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Construction Tender Price Indices (TPIs): Notes and Definitions

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Headline results

  • the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS) Output Price Index for New Construction (2010): All New Construction (COPI) for 3rd Quarter 2012 rose 0.7% on the previous quarter and by 3.5% on the same quarter a year earlier
  • the Tender Price Index for Public Sector Non-Housing (PUBSEC) for 3rd Quarter 2012 fell 1.1% on the previous quarter and 0.6% on the year from 3rd Quarter 2011
  • the Tender Price Index of Social Housing (TPISH) shows a fall of 0.5% compared with the previous quarter and a rise of 1.1% compared with the same quarter a year earlier
  • the BIS Tender Price Index of Road Construction (ROADCON) is not available for 3rd Quarter 2012 but the index for the 2nd Quarter 2012 shows prices falling 1.7% compared to the previous quarter and rising 4% in the year from 2nd Quarter 2011
  • the resource costs indices in 3rd Quarter 2012 show fairly stable prices in the building sectors, housing and non-housing
  • costs in the infrastructure both roads and infrastructure generally have fallen slightly (0.4%) compared to the previous quarter but still show increases in the year since 3rd Quarter 2011

Publication note

This release was published around 40 minutes after 9:30am, in breach of the Code of Practice for Official Statistics. We are currently investigating why this happened, and a report will be submitted to the National Statistician’s Office and published on the UK Statistics Authority’s website in due course.

Published 17 December 2012
Last updated 17 December 2012 + show all updates
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