Building permits were down in November, in both the number of permits issued and their values.
62 permits were issued in November with a combined value of just over $11.5 million, compared to 74 permits issued in November 2018, worth a combined $23.2 million. Year-to-date totals are sitting at just over half the value of the same period last year. January to November 2019 has seen $114.7 million in permits issued, compared to $222.4 million during the same period in 2018.
Notable permits for November include construction of shop and office space at a courier distribution centre in the Queens Business Park valued at $3.9 million, $1.2 million worth of interior renovations for Alberta Health Services administration offices at 50 (Gaetz) Avenue and 43 street, and a $708,000 permit for building a stage for Rogers Hometown Hockey.
Monthly permit statistics are available on The City’s website at: Red Deer Open Data Catalogue
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For more information, please contact:
Inspections & Licensing Manager
The City of Red Deer