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Building Forecasting

Analysis and forecasts of your industry and your markets. Giving you strategically important information to guide decisions.
Business Forecasting Conference
The next series being the 106th BIS Oxford Economics' Business Forecasting Conference will be held in September 2017.
Building Forecasting Reports

BIS Oxford Economics undertakes regular forecasting reports on the residential and non-residential sectors across cities, regions, states, and countries. We provide a thorough analysis of the drivers of demand and supply, as well as forecasts of major market variables including building approvals, commencements, completions and work done.

You receive a report explaining the logic of the forecasts and discussing the implications for future business decisions. Supporting charts and data downloads in excel are supplied that you can access online anywhere, anytime. The forecasts and database are an essential tool for managers, analysts, investors, lenders, suppliers and planners.

Key Unit Contacts

Robert Mellor
Managing Director and Director – Building Forecasting
rmellor@bisoxfordeconomics.com.au 
+61 2 8458 4200

Adeline Wong
Senior Project Manager – Building Forecasting
awong@bisoxfordeconomics.com.au 
+61 2 8458 4207

Tim Hibbert
Senior Project Manager – Building Forecasting
thibbert@bisoxfordeconomics.com.au
+61 2 8458 4270

Investa has been a subscriber to BIS Oxford Economics' Commercial Property Reports for many years. As an organisation we value quality research, and as a result we incorporate BIS Oxford Economics' insights into our own forecasting process.

We have good long standing relationships with the team, who provide us with flexible and knowledgeable service.

Pete Carstairs
General Manager, Research, Investa Office

Building Forecasting – Australia

Provides detailed forecasts and commentary covering the short term outlook for building activity over the next 18 months in Australia, by sector and by state. Includes a monthly PDF report, and two seats at our half-yearly building forecasting conference in your capital city. Online subscribers have access to our extensive database and receive regular news alerts. Annual subscription service. Monthly.
NEW 2017 EDITION FORECASTS TO BE PUBLISHED MID TO LATE MAY – ENQUIRE NOW TO ADVANCE ORDER
Provides a respected and independent medium term assessment of the Australian building industry outlook. Building in Australia contains demographic trends and detailed forecasts of residential (housing, other dwellings), non-residential (commercial, industrial, social and institutional) and home renovation markets, by state. Annual subscription. Annual main report, with half yearly update.

Forecasting and monitoring service on work done in the residential and non-residential building sectors, by state. Provides quarterly forecasts for the next two years. Annual subscription service. Twice yearly reports.

Forecasting and monitoring service on work done in the residential and non-residential building sectors, by state. Provides annual forecasts for the next five years. Annual subscription service. Annual.
Analyses trends and gives forecasts for residential and non-residential building within states, by regional area. The forecasting horizon is 2 years ahead. Each state sold separately. Annual subscription service. Annual, with half yearly update.
Forecasts trends and prospects for residential and non-residential building in major cities, by suburban ring. The forecasting horizon is 3 years. Each metro sold separately. Annual, with half yearly update.

Building Construction Forecasting – New Zealand

NEW 2017 REPORT NOW AVAILABLE!
Building and Construction in New Zealand provides data and forecasts for building activity across a range of sectors, including an examination of economic influences. The annual report is supplemented with three updates, and also quarterly building forecasts out to 18 months in excel format.

Metro Building in Auckland forecasts trends and prospects for total building, by suburban ring and by sector. Both residential and non-residential building are covered. The forecasting horizon is 3 years ahead. Subscribers receive forecasts twice yearly, in April followed by an update in October.

Building Construction Forecasting – Asia

This is a continuous information service. It contains surveys of 12 influential Asian regions – China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam. This service covers building forecasts for residential, non-residential and engineering for each country.

China is an evolving market driven by industry trends, demographic factors, economic indicators and government policy changes. Receive quarterly forecasts for residential, non-residential and engineering construction in China with a detailed report, plus access to our team of experts via the BIS Oxford Economics' enquiry ‘hotline’.
Hong Kong is an evolving market driven by industry trends, demographic factors, economic indicators and government policy changes. Receive quarterly forecasts for residential, non-residential and engineering construction in Hong Kong with a detailed report, plus access to our team of experts via the BIS Oxford Economics' enquiry ‘hotline’.
India is an evolving market driven by industry trends, demographic factors, economic indicators and government policy changes. Receive quarterly forecasts for residential, non-residential and engineering construction in India with a detailed report, plus access to our team of experts via the BIS Oxford Economics' enquiry ‘hotline’.
Indonesia is an evolving market driven by industry trends, demographic factors, economic indicators and government policy changes. Receive quarterly forecasts for residential, non-residential and engineering construction in Indonesia with a detailed report, plus access to our team of experts via the BIS Oxford Economics' enquiry ‘hotline’.
Malaysia is an evolving market which is driven by industry trends, demographic factors, economic indicators and government policy changes. Receive quarterly forecasts for the residential, non-residential and engineering construction in Malaysia along with a detailed report, plus receive exclusive access to our team of experts via the BIS Oxford Economics' enquiry ‘hotline’.
The Philippines is an evolving market driven by industry trends, demographic factors, economic indicators and government policy changes. Receive quarterly forecasts for residential, non-residential and engineering construction in the Philippines with a detailed report, plus access to our team of experts via the BIS Oxford Economics' enquiry ‘hotline’.
Singapore is an evolving market driven by industry trends, demographic factors, economic indicators and government policy changes. Receive quarterly forecasts for residential, non-residential and engineering construction in Singapore with a detailed report, plus access to our team of experts via the BIS Oxford Economics' enquiry ‘hotline’.
South Korea is an evolving market driven by industry trends, demographic factors, economic indicators and government policy changes. Receive quarterly forecasts for residential, non-residential and engineering construction in South Korea with a detailed report, plus access to our team of experts via the BIS Oxford Economics' enquiry ‘hotline’.
Taiwan is an evolving market driven by industry trends, demographic factors, economic indicators and government policy changes. Receive quarterly forecasts for residential, non-residential and engineering construction in Taiwan with a detailed report, plus access to our team of experts via the BIS Oxford Economics' enquiry ‘hotline’.
Thailand is an evolving market driven by industry trends, demographic factors, economic indicators and government policy changes. Receive quarterly forecasts for residential, non-residential and engineering construction in Thailand with a detailed report, plus access to our team of experts via the BIS Oxford Economics' enquiry ‘hotline’.
Vietnam is an evolving market driven by industry trends, demographic factors, economic indicators and government policy changes. Receive quarterly forecasts for residential, non-residential and engineering construction in Vietnam with a detailed report, plus access to our team of experts via the BIS Oxford Economics' enquiry ‘hotline’.
Japan is an evolving market driven by industry trends, demographic factors, economic indicators and government policy changes. Receive quarterly forecasts for residential, non-residential and engineering construction in Japan with a detailed report, plus access to our team of experts via the BIS Oxford Economics' enquiry ‘hotline’.