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Regina building permits down in January

Total building permit values reached $21.7 million in January, down 31 per cent from $31.4 million in January 2015, according to the City of Regina’s monthly building permit report issued Tuesday. 177 more words

Business

Austin 2015 - Economic Summary

Last week, Angelos Angelou (Angelou Economics) presented his recap of how Texas and Austin fared in 2015, and his outlook for 2016 and 2017.  As always, it was an excellent and insightful review.   499 more words

Market News And Trends

California Building Permits Need to Keep Growing

How Many Building Permits Does California Need?

That’s a very difficult question to answer because it depends on so many what ifs. The main challenge depends on household growth and the size of those households. 392 more words

Demographics

Legacy led multi-family building permit applications in 2015

Most of the call to bring on more multi-family housing in 2015 was fuelled by the city’s southeast end.

Three communities in the quadrant topped all communities in Calgary for permit applications for multi-family projects last year, the city’s planning and development department says. 236 more words

Homes

EEC's Industry Dynamics Reports-Construction

In addition to the Leading Economic Index for the overall Reno MSA economy, we are introducing three specialized indices: Construction, Business Activity, and Single-Family Housing.  These are areas that drive the Reno MSA economy and deserve special attention.   126 more words

Economic Indicators

Getting a building permit

In order to obtain a building permit, you will have to provide the city of a series of documents. They are as follows

Survey

This drawing includes elevations, topographical information: street furniture, centre of pavement, curbs, curb cuts, catch basins, utility poles, utility boxes, location of structures, trees and hedges, elevations of floors of adjacent buildings, all visible details on subject property.   298 more words

Preconstruction

Non-residential construction projects push permits past $675M in 2015

Largely due to non-residential construction projections, like the new stadium, wastewater treatment plant and three new schools, building permit values topped $675.7 million in 2015, nearly eight per cent higher than the $628.1 million posted in 2014, the City of Regina said in its December building permit report Wednesday. 427 more words

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