Source: eKapija | Monday, 18.05.2020.| 11:37
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Construction in Serbia Not Losing Pace? – Number of Building Permits Issued in March Higher than in 2019

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In March 2020, 1,694 building permits were issued, presenting the increase of 12.8% related to March 2019, announced the Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia.

Observed by types of constructions, in March 2020, 76.4% of building permits related to buildings and 23.6% to civil engineering. When referring only to buildings, 63.8% related to residential buildings and 36.2% to non–residential ones, while regarding civil engineering, the largest number related to pipelines, communication and electric power lines (64.8%).

According to the permits issued in March 2020 in the Republic of Serbia, building of 2,953 dwellings with average area of 69.4 m2 was recorded. Out of the total number of dwellings in new residential buildings, 6.6% of dwellings will be built in single-dwelling buildings, with average area of 146.5 m², and 92.2% of dwellings will be in buildings with three and more dwellings, with significantly smaller average area of 62.5 m².

Index of anticipated value of works in March 2020 increased by 12.4% relative to March 2019. Anticipated value of works of new construction in March 2020 amounted to 74.1% of totally anticipated value of works. Observed by areas, the greatest construction activity is expected in Beogradska oblast (31.7%) of totally anticipated value of works, followed by Južnobacka oblast (16.5%), Sremska oblast (12.1%), Sumadijska oblast (8.6%), Nisavska oblast (6.9%) and Zlatiborska oblast (6.2%), while the shares of other areas are up to 3.1%.
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