Statistics of building permits, Slovenia, June 2017
In June 2017, 31% fewer building permits issued in Slovenia; floor area 34% smaller than in May 2017
In June 2017, 36% fewer building permits for residential buildings, and 29% fewer for non-residential buildings were issued than in the previous month. The floor area of residential buildings decreased by 31% and of non-residential buildings by 35%.
In June the floor area of residential and non-residential buildings decreased
In June 2017, 36% fewer building permits were issued for residential buildings than in May 2017. Among residential buildings the construction of one-dwelling buildings was still dominating with 93% of total construction of residential buildings. The number of building permits issued in June 2017 for one-dwelling buildings decreased by 38% in comparison with May 2017 and the surface area of these buildings decreased by 41%. The number of building permits issued for two- and more dwelling buildings increased by 33%, and the planned floor area of these buildings, which amounted to 7,068 m2 (in May 2,923 m2), also increased. The planned floor area of two- and more dwelling buildings increased mainly due to the planned construction of three larger three- and more dwelling buildings. One building for residences for communities was also planned.
In June 2017, 29% fewer building permits were issued for non-residential buildings than in May 2017 and the surface area of these buildings was smaller by 35%. A smaller floor area than in the previous month was foreseen for almost all types of non-residential buildings, except for reservoirs, silos and warehouses, where the construction of two larger warehouses was planned in June 2017, and sports halls, where a conversion of a larger warehouse into a sports hall was planned.
In June 2017, 98% of building permits were issued for new constructions and 2% for conversions. In comparison with May, the number of building permits for new constructions decreased by 32%, and the planned floor area of new construction by 35%.
Fewer dwellings planned than in May
By issuing building permits in June 2017 the construction of 188 dwellings was planned, which is 10% fewer than in May and their floor area was expected to be 29% smaller. 62% of all the dwellings were planned in one-dwelling buildings and 38% in two- and more dwelling buildings. No dwellings were planned in non-residential buildings. The average size of dwellings in one-dwelling buildings will be 160 m2 and in two- and more dwelling buildings 67 m2.
By issuing building permits in June 2017, 12% fewer newly built dwellings were planned than in May 2017 and the planned floor area of these dwellings will be 30% smaller.
Most dwellings to be built in the Osrednjeslovenska statistical region
In June 2017 most dwellings were planned in the Osrednjeslovenska statistical region: 86 dwellings or 46% of all. In this region 63 dwellings were planned in three- and more dwelling buildings, while the remaining dwellings were planned in one- and two-dwelling buildings. The Osrednjeslovenska statistical region was followed by the Podravska statistical region with 23 dwellings or 12% of all and the Pomurska statistical region with 20 dwellings or 11% of all. In other statistical regions fewer dwellings were planned, the fewest in the Zasavska statistical region (only 1).
Table 1: Building permits for buildings and planned dwellings, Slovenia, June 2017
Table 2: Indices of building permits, Slovenia