Find in the news:
BY COUNTRY

Boom in UK construction industry continues



Construction in Britain experienced its slowest pace during May. However, according to economists there is a strong outlook in view of the house building boom. 
The Markit/CIPS construction PMI, which measures the levels of building activity, declined from 60.8 to 60 in May. This reflected a slowdown in growth in commercial space. The figure was still above 50, which indicates contraction from expansion.

The Chief UK Economist at Berenberg, Rob Wood, said construction is still booming and experienced a recession due to the cutting of investment projects by the government and the crash in the housing market. However, low interest rates, increasing house prices and increased confidence is boosting the market. According to Wood, a growth boost is expected in the second quarter.

According to Tim Moore, a Senior Economist at Markit, the UK construction market is in its strongest expansion phase since 2007. Survey respondents cited another expected surge in new house building during May.

A sign of increased momentum among builders is the fact that employment in this sector has risen for 12 months in a row. However, the availability of subcontractors has fallen sharply.

More about shopping malls in the United Kingdom



DAY BEFORE YESTERDAY, USA:
Amazon Style is experimenting with various tech services to enhance the shopping experience.
Jan 20, 2022, USA:
The new tenants include both international brands and small local companies.
Jan 18, 2022, North America, North America:
A retailer has filed several new trademark applications, indicating that it intends to produce and sell virtual goods.
Jan 15, 2022, United Kingdom:
Selfridges will be the first-ever entry into the meta-universe, and for the department store's customers, it will be a unique token buying experience.
Jan 15, 2022, Japan:
Fast Retailing CFO: "It's time to review and raise prices on some products as we face higher costs."
Jan 14, 2022, USA:
Employees who have not been vaccinated could be laid off as early as January 15, 2022.
Friend
and Follow
Westfield World Trade Center GLA:365 000 SF
ADDRESS: World Trade Center, Manhattan, NY 10007
Cabot Circus GLA:990 280 SF
ADDRESS: Glass House, Bristol BS1 3BX
United Kingdom . Bristol
Cabot Circus
Hillcrest Mall GLA:585 758 SF
ADDRESS: 9350 Yonge St, Richmond Hill, ON L4C 5G2
Canada . Richmond
Hillcrest Mall
Designer Outlet Malaga GLA:322 917 SF
ADDRESS: 29004, Málaga, Spain
Spain . Malaga
Designer Outlet Malaga


Edit text

Dear visitor!
If You wish to add appropriate information to this description, please make changes in the text below and they will take effect after being verified by Malls.com administrator.

SAVE CHANGES
ADD PHOTO

Dear visitor!
If you desire to add more photos to this description, please upload them and they will appear on the page after being verified by Malls.com administrator.

CHOOSE PHOTOS
SAVE CHANGES
Sign in Malls.com
Sign in please, if you already have an account

Registration



Error filling
Error filling
Error filling
Error filling
Thank you!
You will receive e-mail with registration data shortly. In email you'll find link, confirm your account by clicking on it, please.

Malls.com Team
Thank you for message!
In the near future you will be contacted the manager
for further details.

Malls.com Team
Good mall, bro!
In the near future you will be contacted the manager
for further details.

Malls.com Team
We are dissatisfied with you :-(
In the near future you will be contacted the manager
for further details.

Malls.com Team

Write to us