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UK Infrastructure Market to Keep On Growing through 2020, Says Timetric in New Report Recently Uploaded at MarketPublishers.com

24 Aug 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – In the past year, the value of the UK infrastructure construction sector climbed to GBP 28.2 billion registering considerable growth since 2010. In 2010, the market value stood at GBP 18.8 billion. Through the next decade the UK infrastructure construction sector is predicted to grow at rapid pace. In 2020, the market value is expected to touch GBP 40.7 billion. The market growth will be spurred by a number of planned large-scale projects in power and transport segments. However, there is a risk of delay of these projects connected with the recent political upheaval in the country and also exit from the EU.

In order to keep balance between supply and demand for housing units, the UK government plans to invest around USD 5 billion for the construction of 2?5 million new houses by 2018. Moreover, the country’s government intends to increase the number of residential units with financial help from private partners.

Topical Timetric’s report “Infrastructure Insight: The UK” gives a look at the current scenario in the UK infrastructure market and offers trustworthy data on the market performance historical, present and forecast. It reviews various ongoing and planned infrastructure construction projects, examines the regulative environment, gives a detailed coverage of all the market segments, explores the major forces shaping the market. The research study discloses data on the key market participants, characterises the competitive pressures, points out top growth opportunities and lucrative growth sectors. Future forecasts through 2020 are available in the report.

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