Increased Supply Pressures Reported For Home Building Projects In Auckland

Published: Fri 5 Mar 2021 10:50 AM
Respondents were asked about their perceptions of COVID-19’s impact on building projects in the December 2020 quarter, Stats NZ said today.
About 6 out of 10 respondents from home building projects in Auckland reported an impact on the availability of materials and/or equipment. This was the most common issue in the December 2020 quarter for these projects and was a slight increase on the September 2020 quarter. An impact in at least one of the five categories available (cashflow, cost, availability of labour, availability of materials and equipment, and on-site productivity) was reported by around 7 out of 10 respondents of home building projects in Auckland.
Visit our website to read these news stories and information release and to download CSV files:
Increased supply pressures reported for home building projects in AucklandCommercial construction slows, residential holds upValue of building work put in place: December 2020 quarterCSV files for download

Next in Business, Science, and Tech

Govt To Deliver Lower Card Fees To Business
By: New Zealand Government
SEEK NZ Employment Report - April 2021
By: SEEK New Zealand
Commission Warns Genesis Over Business Billing Errors
By: Commerce Commission
Lower Job Security Linked To Lower Life Satisfaction
By: Statistics New Zealand
The outlook for coral reefs remains grim unless we cut emissions fast — new research
By: The Conversation
Why Now Would Be A Good Time For The Reserve Bank Of New Zealand To Publish Stress Test Results For Individual Banks
By: The Conversation
View as: DESKTOP | MOBILE © Scoop Media