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Between January and September of 2021
Number of building permits and buildings completed in the Autonomous Region of Madeira increased compared to the same period of 2020
Between January and September of 2021, 344 buildings were licensed, up by 1.5% when compared with the same period of 2020 (339). Breaking down the data by month, March was the month with the highest number of permits (56) while January was the one with the lowest number (32).
70.1% of the licenses of construction and demolition works were for new constructions (241), 86.7% of which were destined for family housing (209). These constructions resulted in the licensing of 362 dwellings, up by 9.0% from the first nine months of 2020 (332).
As for the completed buildings, between January and September 2021, they increased by 29.1% to a total of 253, of which 62.8% of the completed buildings were new constructions for family housing (159). The number of completed dwellings in new constructions for family housing stood at 325, increasing by 32.1% over the same period of 2020 (246).
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