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The latest quarterly ONS figures for construction new orders released today show that new orders for construction remained at a depressed level in the second quarter of 2012, despite having risen 1.5% in the first half of 2012 compared to the same period one year earlier. New orders remain 40% lower than the pre-recession peak.
The latest quarterly ONS figures for construction new orders released today show that construction orders in Q1 were 3.6 per cent lower than the same quarter one year ago and new orders for housing were 21 per cent lower than a year earlier. However, there were some positive signs in some sectors.
Orders for new construction work fell dramatically in the second quarter of the year and are now at a level not seen since 1980. Orders fell by over 16% compared with an already low figure in quarter one and are over 23% down on the same quarter in 2010.