Territorial units and house numbers, Slovenia, 1 July 2017
In Ljubljana seven residents per house number, in Kostel one resident per house number
In the first half of 2017 one settlement was cancelled, 18 new streets were established and more than 4,000 house numbers were changed.
Register of Spatial Units as of 1 July 2017
On 1 July 2017 there were 12 statistical regions, 212 municipalities, 6,035 settlements, 10,393 streets and 554,380 house numbers registered in the Register of Spatial Units, which is kept by the Surveying and Mapping Authority of the Republic of Slovenia. As regards the area, municipality Kočevje was the largest with 555 km2 and municipality Odranci the smallest with 7 km2. As regards the number of settlements, municipality Krško ranked first with 158 settlements, while municipalities Ankaran, Kobilje, Odranci and Trzin each had only one settlement.
The highest number of residents per house number in municipality Ljubljana
On average the number of residents per house number was the highest in municipality Ljubljana (7.1 residents), followed by Jesenice (6.9 residents) and Velenje (6.7 residents), which indicates that there are more multi-dwelling buildings in these municipalities. The number of residents per house number was the lowest in Kostel (1.1 resident).
In Slovenia on average there are four residents (3.7) per house number (the same number of residents per house number have municipalities Dol pri Ljubljani, Komenda, Novo mesto, and Piran).
One cancelled settlement in the first half of 2017…
One settlement was cancelled, namely Dobja vas in municipality Ravne na Koroškem. The settlement Dobja vas joined the settlement Ravne na Koroškem.
…18 new streets
18 new streets were established in municipalities Šmarje pri Jelšah, Bled, Domžale, Grosuplje, Ravne na Koroškem, Miklavž na Dravskem polju, Rače - Fram and Duplek.
… and many changed house numbers
In the first half of 2017, 4,127 changes in house numbers were recorded, which is 48% more than in the second half of 2016. 2,072 house numbers were assigned as new (5 house numbers more than in the second half of 2016), 1,122 were cancelled (60% more than in the second half of 2016) and 933 were renumbered (44-times more than in the second half of 2016). Compared to the second half of 2016, the number of house numbers increased the most in municipality Ljubljana (by 111) and decreased the most in municipalities Brežice (by 90), Ilirska Bistrica (by 79), and Puconci (by 52). The increased number of changes in house numbers is largely the result of the settlement Dobja vas joining the settlement Ravne na Koroškem. Changes also happened due to the streets being cancelled, renamed or established in the settlements where the street systems were being set up.
For more on territorial changes of municipalities follow this link on our website and of regions this link on Eurostat`s website.
Interactive map 1: Number of residents per house number, municipalities, Slovenia, 1 January 2017
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Source: SURS (STAGE)
Table 1: Territorial units and house numbers, Slovenia