Release date 1 January 2023
This page contains a schedule indicating a comparative cost of construction in the UK region by region.
The indices given here are provided in good faith as an indicative guide only and should be used with understanding. You should also consider other sources of information. Costmodelling Limited cannot accept any liability for any work produced using these figures. You should always seek professional advice in producing costs for any construction project.
The indices are set at current tender price index 210 (1Q2023 - Year 2000 = 100) and UK national average index 100.
|England: North East||93|
|England: North West||101|
|England: Yorkshire + Humberside||96|
|England: West Midlands||97|
|England: East Midlands||105|
|England: East of England||104|
|England: South West||103|
|England: South East||112|
|England: Outer London||121|
|England: Inner London||128|
|Scotland: Shetland Isles||118|
Indicative regional areas are shown on the map, with an associated indicative index given for each region. However, the indices are not absolute. Changing suddenly from one region to another adjacent region will not result in a sudden change in construction index. Any change is likely to be more gradual between the two, and the regions become more blurred. The indices are an indicative general guide only and should be used with understanding.
Building prices can be influenced significantly by local conditions, local market conditions, size and specification. The indices given here are intended only as an indicative guide and should be used with caution as prices outside these ranges can be encountered in meeting local conditions and specific client requirements.
Comparative costs of constructing buildings of various international cities are given in two publications published by Rider Levett Bucknell - "RLB Global Construction Market Intelligence Report", and Turner & Townsend - "International Construction Market Survey".