|Building Completions||2022 Q3||1,632||1,881||#, NSA||Quarterly|
|Building Permits||2022 Q3||1,393||1,594||#, SA||Quarterly|
|Residential Building Permits||2022 Q3||1,521||1,446||#, NSA||Quarterly|
|House Price Index||2022 Q2||297.99||269.51||Index 2010=100, SA||Quarterly|
|Non-residential Building Completions||2021||1,136||1,352||#||Annual|
|Residential Building Completions||2021||6,735||7,579||#||Annual|
|Dwelling Stocks||2020||7.6||7||Ths. #||Annual|
|Non-residential Building Permits||2009||29.03||#||Annual|
For Estonia, stage of construction data (building permits and construction completed) are based on the Construction Works Register. Residential and non-residential; structural typology; counts of permits, buildings and dwellings; floor area and volume; quarterly and annual.
A building permit issued for the expansion or reconstruction of a construction works also grants the right to modify the utility systems of the construction works.
A building permit issued for the expansion of a construction works also grants the right to reconstruct the construction works.
A building permit is issued for the completed building as a whole. The building permit can also be issued for a part of the building, if it is possible to use it functionally and safely. The building permit issued for a part of the building is valid until the building permit has been issued for the building as a whole. While issuing the building permit for the building, the building permit issued previously for a part of the building and the documents submitted for issuing the building permit are taken into account.
Data are provided by the Statistics Estonia and sourced from the information provided by the Construction Works Register.
The source writes:
Concurrent with dissemination of 2018 results, the source advanced the reported geos, consistent with the 2017 Administrative-Territorial Reform.
Concurrent with dissemination of 2014 results, the source increased the reporting frequency from annual to quarterly.
At the source: