|Adjustments||Not Seasonally Adjusted|
|Dwelling Stocks||Jan 2023||8,125,177||8,117,671||#, NSA||Monthly|
|Residential Building Permits||Jan 2023||3,913||3,888||#, NSA||Monthly|
|House Price Index||2017 Q3||100.79||99.18||Index 2010=100, SA||Quarterly|
|Non-residential Building Permits||2016||50,997||53,533||#||Annual|
For the Netherlands, building stock (residential and non-residential) and actions upon it (new, demolition, correction, etc.). For the country and first three subnational geo levels.
The source writes:
This table contains data on the stock of housing and non-housing and the movements therein, such as construction and demolition. The data are from the Key Addresses and Buildings (BAG). The homes are not broken down by various use. The data is further broken down into parts of the country, provinces, metropolitan regions, urban agglomerations, COROP regions and municipalities.
All residential and non-residential buildings in the Netherlands, by municipality are included.
In the terminology as much as possible aligns with the concepts of objects handbook Register for Addresses and Buildings (BAG).
From 2017 historical data of large urban agglomerations and urban regions are no longer in the table we collect data from. Through various social developments, the philosophy and methodology underlying the definition are no longer current. It also appears that other bodies, depending on the application, use a different layout of urban agglomerations and urban regions, which can be no more talk of a single standard. As a result, data for the COROP area Flevoland (Flevoland (CR)) was discontined.
Data for the current year is subject to revision and is finalized the following May. Data for previous years is final.
Subnational geographies are subject to changes on their boundaries for each release. More information is available in "Further Reading" links below, and in the Data Buffet as "Geo Reference Files"
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