Reports, which are updated four times a year, review the dwelling, non-dwelling, and civil engineering sectors and sub-sectors, with additional information on major construction projects that are at the planning stage are approved or under construction stages.
Construction in New Zealand
Insight into the building and construction industry throughout New Zealand. Using BIS Oxford Economics’ established methodology, the New Zealand Forecasting Service provides detailed overviews of historical trends as well as future prospects for building activity.
The service provides regular reports that outline the key drivers of construction, and includes historical data as well as five years of forecasts for a range of building activity indictors, from approvals to commencements and completions. An economic overview section adds context for the overall sector, providing a broad understanding of important macroeconomic issues to supplement the analysis of residential, non-residential, and infrastructure construction.
The analysis and forecasts will be useful for analysts and senior management to gain a deeper understanding of the building and construction industry for the country. The reports essential for strategic development and planning, performance analysis, risk management and budgeting purposes.
What the service includes:
BIS Oxford Economics’ established methodology allows for cross-country comparison, including the various segments of the construction industry.
Key Global Themes provide our analysis on global economic trends and their potential impacts.
Access to historical data and construction forecasts for New Zealand, updated each quarter to provide the latest data.
Our web-based databank allows users to quickly build custom queries with complete flexibility and visualise the data in tables, charts, and maps. Searches can be saved for future reference and downloaded quickly to Excel and Adobe formats, and even shown on a heat map.
Our top-tier consultants are readily available to provide support.