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Construction growth expected to slow, says CPA

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Construction output is forecast to rise by 2.5% in 2022 and 1.6% in 2023. According to the latest CPA construction forecasts as strong growth in warehouses and infrastructure offsets, a slowdown in private housing and a fall in private housing repair, maintenance and improvement (rm&i) from historic high levels. The …

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Heavyside sales to slow down, say suppliers

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Sales of heavy building materials are predicted to slow down, according to the latest trade survey of members of the Construction Products Association. According to the report, nearly a third of heavyside producers expect sales to fall in the third quarter, with 56% anticipating that sales will fall by up …

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Product sales growth eases as costs start to bite

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Construction product manufacturers reported an eighth straight quarter of sales growth in Q2, according to the Construction Products Association’s State of Trade Survey. Combined with another quarter of broad and accelerating cost inflation, expectations have been dampened for the year ahead, however. In Q2, 30% of heavy side manufacturers and …

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CPA consults on new code for construction products

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The Construction Products Association is launching an industry-wide consultation into a new proposed Code for Construction Product Information. The Code, which is die to be foormally launched later this year, has been developed by the CPA’s Marketing Integrity Group in response to the issues raised in Dame Judith Hackitt’s report …

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MD for Baxi appointed Chair of CPA Marketing Integrity Group

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 Adam Turk, managing director of Baxi Heating, Commercial, has been appointed chairman of the Construction Products Association’s (CPA) Marketing Integrity Group. With over 25 years’ marketing and sales experience in construction products, he previously chaired the CPA’s export group in 2012 for three years. In his new role, he will …

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Construction begins to catch-up

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Construction activity significantly picked up in the second quarter of 2018 as the industry began its catch-up of work lost due to delays related to the Carillion collapse and severe weather conditions in the early part of the year. That’s according to the Construction Products Association’s latest Construction Trade Survey for …

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