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Romania's Jan-April residential building permits up 3.1%

May 30, 2024, 10:45:24 AMArticle by Alexandru Cristea
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May 30 (SeeNews) - The number of building permits for residential projects issued in Romania in the first four months of 2024 inched up by 3.1% year-on-year, to 11,000, the national statistical office, INS, said on Thursday.

Romania's Jan-April residential building permits up 3.1%
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In April alone, Romania issued 3,578 building permits, of which 70% were for projects in rural areas, INS said in a monthly report.

Residential building permits issued in April increased by an annual 34% and by a monthly 18%.

Non-residential permits amounted to 599 in April, growing by 28% on the year and by 0.2% on the month.

The regional distribution of residential building permits issued in April shows an annual increase in all of Romania's development regions. Non-residential permits dropped in the South-Muntenia, West, and Centre regions and increased in all the other five development regions.

In 2023, Romania issued 34,646 building permits for residential projects, down 21% year-on-year.

April 2024 April 2023
Residential buildings 3,578 2,677
- urban area 1,085 799
- rural area 2,493 1,878
Office buildings 11 7
Other non-residential buildings 588 460

Source: INS

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