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 Post subject: Re: Planning Permissions for dwellings since Peak
PostPosted: Wed Dec 18, 2013 10:42 pm 
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Moaner wrote:

I see all these big minus figures but I can imagine the screaming headlines:

"Planning Permission for Apartments up More Than 60% This Year!"


I hear you.

Doesn't bode well for stock levels either way for the coming future. Shortage of supply to continue for the foreseeable future


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 Post subject: Re: Planning Permissions for dwellings since Peak
PostPosted: Fri Mar 28, 2014 12:43 pm 
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Planning Permissions
Quarter 4 2013
http://www.cso.ie/en/releasesandpublica ... rter42013/

Number of Dwelling Units Approved

Houses
Quarter 4 2012: 1,420
Quarter 4 2013: 1,394
Annual % change: -1.8%

Quarter 4 2013: 1,394
Peak Q2 2005: 21,938
Peak % change: -93.6%

Apartments
Quarter 4 2012: 431
Quarter 4 2013: 162
Annual % change: -62.4%

Quarter 4 2013: 1,556
Peak Q4 2003: 10,065
Peak % change: -84.5%

Total
Quarter 4 2012: 1,851
Quarter 4 2013: 1,556
Annual % change: -15.9%

These permissions are for both New Construction and Extension/Alternation and Conversion. The breakdown is not provided by CSO.
By way of anecdote, there were xxxx permissions granted in 2014 13,901 (Q1 3,275 Q2 3,368, Q3 3,875 Q4 3,383), of which 3,316 (Q1 862 Q2 772, Q3 931 Q4 751) were for New Construction of Dwellings (23.9%)


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 Post subject: Re: Planning Permissions for dwellings since Peak
PostPosted: Thu Jun 19, 2014 12:02 pm 
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Planning Permissions
Quarter 1 2014

http://www.cso.ie/en/releasesandpublica ... rter12014/

Number of Dwelling Units Approved

Houses
Quarter 1 2013: 1,860
Quarter 1 2014: 1,446
Annual % change: -22.3%

Quarter 1 2014: 1,446
Peak Q2 2005: 21,938
Peak % change: -93.4%

Apartments
Quarter 1 2013: 448
Quarter 1 2014: 158
Annual % change: -64.7%

Quarter 1 2014: 158
Peak Q4 2003: 10,065
Peak % change: -98.4%

Total
Quarter 1 2013: 2,308
Quarter 1 2014: 1,604
Annual % change: -30.5%

There were 13,901 permissions granted in 2013 (Q1 3,275 Q2 3,368, Q3 3,875 Q4 3,383), of which 3,316 (Q1 862 Q2 772, Q3 931 Q4 751) were for New Construction of Dwellings (23.9%)


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 Post subject: Re: Planning Permissions for dwellings since Peak
PostPosted: Thu Jun 19, 2014 12:17 pm 
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TheJackal wrote:
Planning Permissions
Quarter 1 2014

http://www.cso.ie/en/releasesandpublica ... rter12014/

Number of Dwelling Units Approved

Houses
Quarter 1 2013: 1,860
Quarter 1 2014: 1,446
Annual % change: -22.3%

Quarter 1 2014: 1,446
Peak Q2 2005: 21,938
Peak % change: -93.4%

Apartments
Quarter 1 2013: 448
Quarter 1 2014: 158
Annual % change: -64.7%

Quarter 1 2014: 158
Peak Q4 2003: 10,065
Peak % change: -98.4%

Total
Quarter 1 2013: 2,308
Quarter 1 2014: 1,604
Annual % change: -30.5%

There were 13,901 permissions granted in 2013 (Q1 3,275 Q2 3,368, Q3 3,875 Q4 3,383), of which 3,316 (Q1 862 Q2 772, Q3 931 Q4 751) were for New Construction of Dwellings (23.9%)


I blame not only the economic downturn and tight credit but also the additonal regulation on building with houses now needing to be heavily insulated, incorporating a renewable component and direct labour building being outlawed.


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 Post subject: Re: Planning Permissions for dwellings since Peak
PostPosted: Thu Jun 19, 2014 12:33 pm 
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dipole wrote:
TheJackal wrote:
Planning Permissions
Quarter 1 2014

http://www.cso.ie/en/releasesandpublica ... rter12014/

Number of Dwelling Units Approved

Houses
Quarter 1 2013: 1,860
Quarter 1 2014: 1,446
Annual % change: -22.3%

Quarter 1 2014: 1,446
Peak Q2 2005: 21,938
Peak % change: -93.4%

Apartments
Quarter 1 2013: 448
Quarter 1 2014: 158
Annual % change: -64.7%

Quarter 1 2014: 158
Peak Q4 2003: 10,065
Peak % change: -98.4%

Total
Quarter 1 2013: 2,308
Quarter 1 2014: 1,604
Annual % change: -30.5%

There were 13,901 permissions granted in 2013 (Q1 3,275 Q2 3,368, Q3 3,875 Q4 3,383), of which 3,316 (Q1 862 Q2 772, Q3 931 Q4 751) were for New Construction of Dwellings (23.9%)


I blame not only the economic downturn and tight credit but also the additonal regulation on building with houses now needing to be heavily insulated, incorporating a renewable component and direct labour building being outlawed.


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 Post subject: Re: Planning Permissions for dwellings since Peak
PostPosted: Thu Jun 19, 2014 1:21 pm 
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dipole wrote:
...direct labour building being outlawed.

Because of the date of this law, it would have pulled forward projects from Q2 to Q1 - increasing the Q1 numbers.


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 Post subject: Re: Planning Permissions for dwellings since Peak
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only those who had planned with military precision. For others it would have disincentived them months ahead especially if they had fears over their finance or timing of their finance.


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 Post subject: Re: Planning Permissions for dwellings since Peak
PostPosted: Thu Jun 19, 2014 1:52 pm 
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Sharp fall in planning permissions granted for new homes - CSO

http://www.rte.ie/news/business/2014/06 ... ssion-cso/


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 Post subject: Re: Planning Permissions for dwellings since Peak
PostPosted: Thu Sep 25, 2014 11:42 am 
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Planning Permissions
Quarter 2 2014


http://www.cso.ie/en/releasesandpublica ... rter22014/

Houses
Quarter 2 2013: 1,496
Quarter 2 2014: 1,492
Annual % change: -0.3%

Quarter 2 2014: 1,492
Peak Q2 2005: 21,938
Peak % change: -93.2%

Apartments
Quarter 2 2013: 430
Quarter 2 2014: 114
Annual % change: -73.5%

Quarter 2 2014: 114
Peak Q4 2003: 10,065
Peak % change: -98.9%

Total
Quarter 2 2013: 1,926
Quarter 2 2014: 1,606
Annual % change: -16.6%

2014 to date: 7,982 permissions granted (Q1 3,833, Q2 4,149), of which 1,766 (Q1 891, Q2 875) were for New Construction of Dwellings (22.1%)

2013: 13,901 permissions granted (Q1 3,275 Q2 3,368, Q3 3,875 Q4 3,383), of which 3,316 (Q1 862, Q2 772, Q3 931, Q4 751) were for New Construction of Dwellings (23.9%)

2012: 14,407 permissions granted (Q1 3,368 Q2 3,672, Q3 4,047, Q4 3,320), of which 3,643 (Q1 957, Q2 942, Q3 907, Q4 837) were for New Construction of Dwellings (25.3%)


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 Post subject: Re: Planning Permissions for dwellings since Peak
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http://trueeconomics.blogspot.ie/2014/0 ... ns-q2.html

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I am failing to see any sustained upward momentum in future work pipelines for the construction sector. Backlog of past permissions might be working through the latest optimistic outlooks for the construction sector, but as far as genuine new activity goes, we are not there yet.


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 Post subject: Re: Planning Permissions for dwellings since Peak
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Planning Permissions Quarter 3 2014 is out next Thursday

http://www.cso.ie/en/newsandevents/stat ... ember2014/


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 Post subject: Re: Planning Permissions for dwellings since Peak
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http://www.cso.ie/en/releasesandpublica ... rter32014/

Houses
Quarter 3 2013: 1,252
Quarter 3 2014: 1,783
Annual % change: +42.4%

Quarter 3 2014: 1,783
Peak Q2 2005: 21,938
Peak % change: -91.9%

Apartments
Quarter 3 2013: 157
Quarter 3 2014: 361
Annual % change: +129.9%

Quarter 3 2014: 361
Peak Q4 2003: 10,065
Peak % change: -96.4%

Total
Quarter 3 2013: 1,409
Quarter 3 2014: 2,144
Annual % change: +52.2%

2014 to date: 7,982 permissions granted (Q1 3,833, Q2 4,149, Q3 4,238), of which 2,728 (Q1 891, Q2 875, Q3 962) were for New Construction of Dwellings (34.2%)

2013: 13,901 permissions granted (Q1 3,275 Q2 3,368, Q3 3,875 Q4 3,383), of which 3,316 (Q1 862, Q2 772, Q3 931, Q4 751) were for New Construction of Dwellings (23.9%)

2012: 14,407 permissions granted (Q1 3,368 Q2 3,672, Q3 4,047, Q4 3,320), of which 3,643 (Q1 957, Q2 942, Q3 907, Q4 837) were for New Construction of Dwellings (25.3%)


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 Post subject: Re: Planning Permissions for dwellings since Peak
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21/12/2014: Planning Permissions Q3 2014: Being Un-dead ≠ Being Alive

http://trueeconomics.blogspot.ie/2014/1 ... -2014.html

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Firstly, the uptick is still within the range of activity between H2 2011 and present. Secondly, current level of activity is still below any quarter on record between Q1 1975 and Q3 2011. In summary, then, current print is worse than any quarter of the dreaded 1980s recession. And activity is still down 75.6% on pre-crisis peak. It is 29.4% above the current crisis trough, but Q3 2014 number of planning permissions is still 2.37% below the lowest point between Q1 1975 and Q3 2011.


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What is truly amazing is that seven (!) years after the start of the crisis and with property prices surging, there is absolutely no signs of life in the construction sector, when it comes to new planning permissions. None. Nada. And yet, Irish media is going off the rails spinning the small percentage increases as signs of upcoming 'boom'.


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TheJackal wrote:
21/12/2014: Planning Permissions Q3 2014: Being Un-dead ≠ Being Alive

http://trueeconomics.blogspot.ie/2014/1 ... -2014.html

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Firstly, the uptick is still within the range of activity between H2 2011 and present. Secondly, current level of activity is still below any quarter on record between Q1 1975 and Q3 2011. In summary, then, current print is worse than any quarter of the dreaded 1980s recession. And activity is still down 75.6% on pre-crisis peak. It is 29.4% above the current crisis trough, but Q3 2014 number of planning permissions is still 2.37% below the lowest point between Q1 1975 and Q3 2011.


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What is truly amazing is that seven (!) years after the start of the crisis and with property prices surging, there is absolutely no signs of life in the construction sector, when it comes to new planning permissions. None. Nada. And yet, Irish media is going off the rails spinning the small percentage increases as signs of upcoming 'boom'.


As soon as they start building. Prices can only drop. Catch 22 i.e. everything thus far a pyrrhic victory.

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 Post subject: Re: Planning Permissions for dwellings since Peak
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Planning Permissions
Quarter 4 2014


http://www.cso.ie/en/releasesandpublica ... rter42014/
http://www.cso.ie/en/newsandevents/pres ... fographic/

Houses
Quarter 4 2013: 1,394
Quarter 4 2014: 1,905
Annual % change: +36.7%

Quarter 4 2014: 1,905
Peak Q2 2005: 21,938
Peak % change: -91.3%

Apartments
Quarter 4 2013: 162
Quarter 4 2014: 152
Annual % change: -6.2%

Quarter 4 2014: 152
Peak Q4 2003: 10,065
Peak % change: -98.5%

Total
Quarter 4 2013: 1,556
Quarter 4 2014: 2,057
Annual % change: +32.2%

2014: 15,724 permissions granted (Q1 3,833, Q2 4,149, Q3 4,238, Q4 3,504), of which 3,606 (Q1 891, Q2 875, Q3 962, Q4 878) were for New Construction of Dwellings (22.9%)

2013: 13,901 permissions granted (Q1 3,275 Q2 3,368, Q3 3,875 Q4 3,383), of which 3,316 (Q1 862, Q2 772, Q3 931, Q4 751) were for New Construction of Dwellings (23.9%)

2012: 14,407 permissions granted (Q1 3,368 Q2 3,672, Q3 4,047, Q4 3,320), of which 3,643 (Q1 957, Q2 942, Q3 907, Q4 837) were for New Construction of Dwellings (25.3%)


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