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Its our 6th Annual Contractor survey covering East Anglia. We speak directly to the Main Contractors working in our region to get feedback from them and pass it on to you. For all of us 2020 was a challenging year, but what impact did it have on the Main Contractors? We look back at the results from our survey in February 2020 and compare these to the feedback from 2021. How was turnover affected? What are tender prices going to do in the months/years ahead. What are the key challenges the Contractors anticipate looking ahead? Read all the answers in our survey of 20 Main Contractors.

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Oxbury Chartered Surveyors are delighted to share the news of Mark Watts' promotion to the role of Director. Mark started with Oxbury in 2005 as a trainee surveyor, working his way through the ranks which is why it gives us great pleasure to make this announcement.

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Main Contractor Survey 2020

Our 5th Annual Contractor Survey and arguably the most interesting to date, given the year of 2019. Throughout 2019 we faced uncertainty with BREXIT and Politics, including a General Election, which filled the news headlines..... The impact of this unsettled period had an effect on most Contractors and the year ahead (2020) looked like a year of sustainable growth. In previous years growth predictions were perhaps unsustainable, but 5-7% year on year in 2020 seems achievable...… until..... Coronavirus hit!

What is overshadowing the Construction Industry and every aspect of our lives is the impact of the Covid-19, we intend to run a supplemental update to this survey to see how this has changed the industry in just 2 months on from the previous survey. Look out for the update!

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Oxbury celebrates two new MRICS Chartered Surveyors

Ed Lamyman and Tom Puncher have both completed their APC to become Chartered Surveyors.

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