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The outlook for industrial building looks brighter than at any time since 1989, with growth of more than 5 per cent expected this year.That is the view of the latest report from the Centre for Construction Market Information.The private industrial sector is worth more than £2 billion a year to construction firms and represents nearly 10 per cent of total new work.Demand for industrial property rose 20 per cent in 1993 and the demand outstripped the space coming on to the market in the first half of last year.The report, Industrial Building in the UK, 1993, compiled in association with Glenigan Property Research, details more than 200 of the main industrial projects in Great Britain. CONSTRUCTION NEWS