EUROCONSTRUCT-Construction in Europe 2001-2003 Published 19 June 2001 by qnl49935

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									EUROCONSTRUCT - Construction in Europe 2001-2003
Published: 19 June 2001, Copenhagen, Denmark



Table of contents of Summary Report and Country Reports, respectively
+ List of major tables in country report



EUROCONSTRUCT SUMMARY REPORT – Table of contents

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME.................................................................... 1
THE EUROCONSTRUCT NETWORK ........................................................ 3
MEMBER INSTITUTES................................................................................. 5

PROSPECTS FOR CONSTRUCTION MARKETS IN 2001 – 2003.......... 31
Economic Outlook: Europe 2001-2003 ..................................................................... 32
The European Construction Market .......................................................................... 53
The European Housing Market ................................................................................. 77
The European Non-Residential Construction Market ................................................ 95
The European Civil Engineering Market.................................................................. 122

FUTURE LIFESTYLES & FUTURE CITIES, VALUES & BRANDING - A
CONSTRUCTION PERSPECTIVE, REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND
INFRASTRUCTURE - THE CASE OF THE SOUND REGION............ 137
When Cyberspace Invades Realspace ................................................................... 139
Future Lifestyle & City Scenarios ............................................................................ 145
Competing in the Dream Society............................................................................. 157
Values and Branding in Relation to Structural Change –
 a EUROCONSTRUCT Perspective...................................................................... 165
Opportunities in the Sound Region Created by Investment in Infrastructure........... 182
EUROCONSTRUCT
Construction in Europe 2001-2003


COUNTRY REPORTS – Table of contents


MEMBER INSTITUTES................................................................................. 3

WEST EUROPEAN COUNTRIES............................................................... 29
Austria....................................................................................................................... 31
Belgium ..................................................................................................................... 45
Denmark.................................................................................................................... 57
Finland ...................................................................................................................... 83
France..................................................................................................................... 103
Germany ................................................................................................................. 121
Ireland ..................................................................................................................... 139
Italy ......................................................................................................................... 163
Netherlands............................................................................................................. 183
Norway .................................................................................................................... 205
Portugal................................................................................................................... 219
Spain....................................................................................................................... 241
Sweden ................................................................................................................... 259
Switzerland.............................................................................................................. 275
United Kingdom....................................................................................................... 291

EASTERN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES...................................................... 307
Czech Republic ....................................................................................................... 309
Hungary .................................................................................................................. 325
Poland..................................................................................................................... 353
Slovak Republic ...................................................................................................... 369

BALTIC COUNTRIES................................................................................ 387
Estonia .................................................................................................................... 393
Latvia ...................................................................................................................... 401
Lithuania ................................................................................................................. 409


The reports are available from your local Euroconstruct partner
In Denmark – and from outside the Euroconstruct area – please contact The Copenhagen Institute
for Futures Studies, cifs@cifs.dk
Euroconstruct - List of major tables in country reports

Contents of the tables in the country reports
Please note that some tables have been left empty in certain countries due to lack of reliable data.
Please refer to the list of actual tables on the following page.

What’s in the tables for each country

In all cases: Data cover the period 1997 – 2003 (forecasts).
Most types of data: The level in 2000 and growth rates for each year 1997 - 2003
(certain types of data follow another format, eg. interest rates: actual rate of interest in each year)

All values are in Euro to ease comparison across countries.

Table 1: ”Main demographic and economic indicators” :
Figures for 1. Population (mill), 2. Number of households, 3. Number of unemployed, 4. Change of
GDP, 5. Consumer prices (% change), 6. Construction prices (% change), 7. Short term interest rate,
8. Long term interest rate

Table 2: ”Construction by type”
Figures for 1. Residential construction (1a new / 1b renovation / 1c total), 2. Non-residential
construction (2a new / 2b renovation / 2c total), 3. Building (3a new / 3b renovation / 3c total), 4.
Civil engineering (4a new / 4b renovation / 4c total), 5. Construction sector output (total of the
previous).
Furthermore a catch-all figure for 6. ”Services/Construction by other sectors/DIY/Black economy”,
and a figure for 7. Cement consumption in tonnes (these figures are unavailable in some countries)

Table 3: ”Residential construction” – actual numbers
Figures for 1. Building permits, 2. Housing starts and 3. Housing completions – all split into ”1+2
family dwellings” and ”Flats” (or multi-family-houses), and for 4. Housing Stock.
Some countries leave out one or two of the three main categories (Building permits, Housing starts
or Housing completions) due to lack of reliable data.

Table 4A: Non-residential construction (public and private)
Figures for 1. Schools & universities, 2. Hospitals, 3. Industrial buildings, 4. Office buildings, 5.
Commercial buildings, 6. Miscellanous buildings.

Table 4B: Civil engineering
Figures for 1. Transport infrastructure, thereof 2. Roads & bridges, 3. Telecommunications, 4.
Energy and water works, 5. Other

Table 5: Gross domestic product
Figures for 1. Private consumption, 2. Public consumption, 3. Gross domestic fixed capital
formation, 4. Stocks (% of GDP/change as % of GDP), 5. Exports, 7. Imports, 8. GDP
List of standard tables in country report (X: Table available, ”(X)” rather limited data)
Country                           Table 1 Table 2 Table 3 Table 4A Table 4B Table 5
Austria                              X         X          X         (X)         X         X
Belgium                              X         X          X         (X)        (X)        X
Czech Republic                       X         X          X          X         (X)        X
Denmark                              X         X          X         (X)                   X
Finland                              X         X          X          X          X         X
France                               X         X          X          X          X         X
Germany                              X         X          X          X                    X
Hungary                              X         X          X          X         (X)        X
Ireland                              X         X          X          X         (X)        X
Italy                                X         X          X          X          X         X
Netherlands                          X         X          X          X          X         X
Norway                               X         X          X          X          X         X
Poland                               X         X          X          X          X         X
Portugal                             X         X          X          X          X         X
Slovak Republic                      X         X         (X)         X         (X)        X
Spain                                X         X          X          X          X         X
Sweden                               X         X          X          X         (X)        X
Switzerland                          X         X          X          X         (X)        X
United Kingdom                       X         X          X          X          X         X

Estonia                           (X)        X         (X)                           (X)
Latvia                            (X)        X         (X)                           (X)
Lithuania                         (X)        X         (X)                           (X)

								
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