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 Post subject: Re: Planning Permissions for dwellings since Peak
PostPosted: Mon Apr 18, 2016 10:23 pm 
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yes I know...

For us it would be DART/rail or all 2 mighty lines of luas...

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For future reference, a 'soft landing' theorem:
06/2007: Central Bank predicts soft landing for housing
http://www.independent.ie/business/iris ... 96858.html
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 Post subject: Re: Planning Permissions for dwellings since Peak
PostPosted: Tue Sep 13, 2016 11:17 am 
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Planning Permissions
Quarter 2 2016


http://www.cso.ie/en/releasesandpublica ... rter22016/

Houses
Quarter 2 2015: 2,637
Quarter 2 2016: 2,340
Annual % change: -11.3%

Quarter 2 2016: 2,340
Peak Q2 2005: 21,938
Peak % change: -89.3%

Apartments
Quarter 2 2015: 473
Quarter 2 2016: 801
Annual % change: +69.3%

Quarter 2 2016: 801
Peak Q4 2003: 10,065
Peak % change: -92.0%

Total
Quarter 2 2015: 3,110
Quarter 2 2016: 3,141
Annual % change: +1.0%

2016 so far: 10,150 permissions granted (Q1 4,914, Q2 5,236), of which 2,372 (Q1 1,169, Q2 1,203) were for New Construction of Dwellings (23.4%)

2015: 17,427 permissions granted (Q1 3,901, Q2 4,047, Q3 5,009, Q4 4,470), of which 4,269 (Q1 1,066, Q2 991, Q3 1,128, Q4 1,084) were for New Construction of Dwellings (24.5%)

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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 Post subject: Re: Planning Permissions for dwellings since Peak
PostPosted: Tue Sep 13, 2016 1:26 pm 
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Don't worry everybody, Coveney and his team of ultimate badasses will save the day. :lol: :lol: :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: Planning Permissions for dwellings since Peak
PostPosted: Wed Sep 14, 2016 6:47 pm 
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471 in Dublin. I wonder how many apt/homes this results in..


2k permissions and only 4.8k houses... 190 permissions and only 1.3k apt

Average size seems to be shrinking as well.

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For future reference, a 'soft landing' theorem:
06/2007: Central Bank predicts soft landing for housing
http://www.independent.ie/business/iris ... 96858.html
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 Post subject: Re: Planning Permissions for dwellings since Peak
PostPosted: Mon Dec 19, 2016 1:46 pm 
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Planning Permissions
Quarter 3 2016


http://www.cso.ie/en/releasesandpublica ... rter32016/

Houses
Quarter 3 2015: 2,345
Quarter 3 2016: 4,362
Annual % change: +86.0%

Quarter 3 2016: 4,362
Peak Q2 2005: 21,938
Peak % change: -80.1%

Apartments
Quarter 3 2015: 359
Quarter 3 2016: 1,452
Annual % change: +304.5%

Quarter 3 2016: 1,452
Peak Q4 2003: 10,065
Peak % change: -85.6%

Total
Quarter 3 2015: 2,704
Quarter 3 2016: 5,814
Annual % change: +115.0%

2016 so far: 16,312 permissions granted (Q1 4,914, Q2 5,236, Q3 6,162), of which 3,775 (Q1 1,169, Q2 1,203, Q3 1,403) were for New Construction of Dwellings (23.1%)

2015: 17,427 permissions granted (Q1 3,901, Q2 4,047, Q3 5,009, Q4 4,470), of which 4,269 (Q1 1,066, Q2 991, Q3 1,128, Q4 1,084) were for New Construction of Dwellings (24.5%)

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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 Post subject: Re: Planning Permissions for dwellings since Peak
PostPosted: Mon Dec 19, 2016 3:33 pm 
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So they are building fuck all. All talk, empty bluster. What a surprise!!

They don't want to build houses because then they can't game the shitboxes into the stratosphere.


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 Post subject: Re: Planning Permissions for dwellings since Peak
PostPosted: Mon Dec 19, 2016 3:55 pm 
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Are planners not directed to approve more planning applications during a housing shortage?


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 Post subject: Re: Planning Permissions for dwellings since Peak
PostPosted: Mon Dec 19, 2016 4:02 pm 
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Construction activity for completions is here

http://www.housing.gov.ie/housing/stati ... ompletions


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 Post subject: Re: Planning Permissions for dwellings since Peak
PostPosted: Thu Mar 16, 2017 11:19 am 
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Planning Permissions
Quarter 4 2016


http://www.cso.ie/en/releasesandpublica ... rter42016/

Houses
Quarter 4 2015: 2,754
Quarter 4 2016: 3,245
Annual % change: +17.8%

Quarter 4 2016: 3,245
Peak Q2 2005: 21,938
Peak % change: -85.2%

Apartments
Quarter 4 2015: 1,263
Quarter 4 2016: 1,084
Annual % change: -14.2%

Quarter 4 2016: 1,084
Peak Q4 2003: 10,065
Peak % change: -89.2%

Total
Quarter 4 2015: 4,017
Quarter 4 2016: 4,329
Annual % change: +7.8%

2016: 21,099 permissions granted (Q1 4,914, Q2 5,236, Q3 6,126, Q4 4,823), of which 5,116 (Q1 1,169, Q2 1,203, Q3 1,403, Q4 1,341) were for New Construction of Dwellings (24.2%)

2015: 17,427 permissions granted (Q1 3,901, Q2 4,047, Q3 5,009, Q4 4,470), of which 4,269 (Q1 1,066, Q2 991, Q3 1,128, Q4 1,084) were for New Construction of Dwellings (24.5%)

2014: 15,814 permissions granted (Q1 3,833, Q2 4,149, Q3 4,328, Q4 3,504), of which 3,606 (Q1 891, Q2 875, Q3 962, Q4 878) were for New Construction of Dwellings (22.8%)

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
PostPosted: Fri Jun 23, 2017 11:55 am 
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Planning Permissions
Quarter 1 2017


http://www.cso.ie/en/releasesandpublica ... rter12017/

Houses
Quarter 1 2016: 2,534
Quarter 1 2017: 3,754
Annual % change: +48.1%

Quarter 1 2017: 3,754
Peak Q2 2005: 21,938
Peak % change: -82.9%

Apartments
Quarter 1 2016: 557
Quarter 1 2017: 896
Annual % change: +60.9%

Quarter 1 2017: 896
Peak Q4 2003: 10,065
Peak % change: -91.1%

Total
Quarter 1 2016: 3,091
Quarter 1 2017: 4,650
Annual % change: +50.4%


2017 so far: 5,959 permissions granted (Q1 5,959), of which 1,523 (Q1 1,523) were for New Construction of Dwellings (25.6%)

2016: 21,099 permissions granted (Q1 4,914, Q2 5,236, Q3 6,162, Q4 4,823), of which 5,116 (Q1 1,169, Q2 1,203, Q3 1,403, Q4 1,341) were for New Construction of Dwellings (24.2%)

2015: 17,427 permissions granted (Q1 3,901, Q2 4,047, Q3 5,009, Q4 4,470), of which 4,269 (Q1 1,066, Q2 991, Q3 1,128, Q4 1,084) were for New Construction of Dwellings (24.5%)

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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