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Building permits slow in June

July 5, 2018 10:07 AM
(Red Deer, Alberta)

Building permits applications slowed in June, but year-to-date permit values continue to surpass 2017 numbers.

Year-to-date building permits continue to rise in value over 2017 for the first six months of the year in Red Deer. So far this year, total permits have been valued at $98.7 million compared to $59.3 million last year at this time.

Notable permits for June include: a permit valued at $1.7 million to build an 8-unit Children’s Assisted Living complex at 200-428 Timothy Drive; a permit valued at $1 million for new office space and roof top units at 94 Burnt Park Drive; and a $979,000 permit for renovations to the Bower Ponds Pavilion, including an addition to the existing building as well as exterior alterations.

Monthly permit statistics are available on The City’s website at: Red Deer Open Data Catalogue.

Value of building permits
  June 2018 June 2017 January - June 2018 January - June  2017
Permits Est. value Permits Est. value Permits Est. value Permits Est. value
Red Deer 97 $7,326,754 126 $10,245,660 493 $98,690,954 590 $59,301,771
Residential 74 $2,643,837 89 $3,545,617 339 $15,251,885 435 $23,728,739
Commercial 15 $3,296,226 22 $3,183,514 107 $50,219,908 102 $24,786,307
Industrial 5 $1,152,191 4 $1,210,263 27 $8,198,541 23 $4,991,940
Public 3 $234,500 11 $2,306,266 20 $25,020,620 30 $5,794,785

For more information, please contact:

Erin Stuart
Inspections & Licensing Manager
The City of Red Deer
403-342-8192

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