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In our database, there is one main report about construction materials sales in the UK that may answer your question.
Report 1: Monthly Statistics of Building Materials and Components, UK Government, December 2015.
This report depicts charts that break down the top 5 UK exported and imported construction materials in 2014 in millions of pounds. The materials used in these charts are sawn wood >6mm think, central heating boilers, paints/varnishes, electrical wires, plugs/sockets, lamps/fittings and air conditioning equipment. This report is produced and updated monthly.
Report 2: Monthly Statistics of Building Materials and Components, UK Government, May 2015.
In the May 2015 report, there is a graph depicting an index of the seasonally adjusted and unseasonally adjusted sales of sand, gravel and ready-mixed concrete from 2007 until 2015.
“Seasonally adjusted sales of sand and gravel have declined since the recession reaching their lowest value in 2014Q1. Since then, sales have recovered slightly.”
— Monthly Statistics of Building Materials and Components, UK Government, May 2015
This report also shows the non-seasonally adjusted deliveries and production of bricks between April 2012 and April 2015 in millions.
— Chart 6: Non-Seasonally Adjusted Deliveries & Production of Bricks, GB Monthly number of bricks
Report 3: Timber Trade Federation: Wood Products in the UK, November 2015.
In 2013, the volume of plywood declared was a little over 0.5 million m3 (mainly due to untimely reporting to TTF) and this rose to around 1.2 million m3 in 2014. A large proportion of this extra volume that was reported in 2014 was sourced from China.
I hope you find this useful, and can see that there is a lot of useful information available through the portal about the construction industry. If you have any additional needs or questions about our reports, please feel free to contact us.