A total of 2,478 building permits were issued in Serbia in September this year, which is 10.8% more than in the same period last year, the State Statistics Office said yesterday.
Of the total number of permits issued in September, 84.1% refer to buildings and 15.9% to other facilities.
The statistics office also says, if only buildings are observed, 79.3% of permits were issued for residential buildings and the rest for non-residential buildings, while other permits were issued for construction of pipelines, communications facilities and power lines.
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During the observed period, building permits were issued for the construction of a total of 2,710 apartments, with an average size of 80.3 square metres.
Of the total living space, 10.8% are houses with an average size of 144.1 square metres, while 87.3% of the apartments will be built in buildings with three or more apartments, with an average size of an apartment being 71.8 square metres.
The largest construction activity is recorded in Belgrade, where 29.6% of the expected new buildings are going to be built, followed by the Central Banat region in Vojvodina (24.1%), Srem region (8.3%), also in Vojvodina, and the region of Niš (5.5%), while the rest of the country makes up 4.7%.
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