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Economic and Policy Forum

The Public Affairs Panel of the Construction Industry Council has set up the Economic and Policy Forum to update our members on developments as they affect the construction industry.

This body under the chairmanship of Nick Raynsford MP and deputy chair Simon Rawlinson brings expert speakers from construction forecasting bodies, academia, the Bank of England, the civil service and specialist consultancies to examine economic issues and trends within the construction industry, particularly as they affect the construction professions.

Infrastructure investment, the school-building programme, Local Enterprise Partnerships, the new Green Deal and the implications of the Localism Bill are all topics which have been covered to date.

 

February 2013 Prospects for construction in 2013 PDF
  Local Enterprise Partnerships and Growth Microsoft PowerPoint Show
November 2012 The private rented sector – Montague and beyond Microsoft PowerPoint Show
  The retrofit challenge for existing commercial and industrial buildings (not available)
  Off-site construction for housing – a progress report (not available)
October 2012 Urban regeneration for medium sized cities in the UK Microsoft PowerPoint Show
  Community Land Trusts Microsoft PowerPoint Show
September 2012 Growth Prospects for the Construction Industry (not available)
  Pension Fund investment for Infrastructure (not available)
July 2012 Local Housing Delivery Group Presentation Microsoft PowerPoint Show
  Prospects for Nuclear New Build Microsoft PowerPoint Show
June 2012 Lean Procurement and Management Microsoft PowerPoint Show
  Resource Management through Partnering PDF
May 2012 Localism in London Microsoft PowerPoint Show
  Economic Outlook Microsoft PowerPoint Show
April 2012 UK Retail Review (not available)
  The Environment for Property Developers Microsoft PowerPoint Show
March 2012

The 2012 Budget and Construction Microsoft PowerPoint Show

  A Prognosis for Construction 2012- 2016 Microsoft PowerPoint Show
February 2012 Road Development in an Age of Austerity Microsoft PowerPoint Show
  A new Regime for Building Control Microsoft PowerPoint Show
November 2011 Economic Update Microsoft PowerPoint Show
  Construction Industry Forecasts 2011-2015 Microsoft PowerPoint Show
October 2011 Housing policy – the current situation and future directions Microsoft PowerPoint Show
September 2011 Planning Update Microsoft PowerPoint Show
  What is BIM and how is it used? PDF
July 2011 Renewable energy – the challenge for constructionMicrosoft PowerPoint Show
  Local Enterprise Partnerships - a new force in urban regeneration Microsoft PowerPoint Show
June 2011 Prospects for Nuclear Power Microsoft PowerPoint Show
  The Green Deal and Construction Microsoft PowerPoint Show
May 2011 The outlook for the Economy Microsoft PowerPoint Show
  School building in an age of austerity Microsoft PowerPoint Show
April 2011 Construction as part of a Growth Strategy (not available)
  Local Enterprise Partnerships Microsoft PowerPoint Show
March 2011 The 2011 budget as it impacts construction Microsoft PowerPoint Show
  Sustainable Engineering and Infrastructure in a Low Carbon World Microsoft PowerPoint Show
February 2011

Tackling the High Cost Building Infrastructure in the UK Microsoft PowerPoint Show

  The Implications of the Localism Bill for the Construction Industry Microsoft PowerPoint Show



For more information on the Economic & Policy Forum contact cmolloy@cic.org.uk

 

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