9. 2. 2021
In 2020, the number of started dwellings decreased by more than 33%, the number of completed dwellings decreased by more than 9%. The building permit was recorded in a number of declines, while the approximate value of constructions also decreased.
In 2020, the capital m Prague construction started total 4,335 bytes. Compared to the same period of 2019 k decrease construction by 33.2%. The national average also fell in this respect, but only by 8.9%. In the interregional comparison, Prague was in second place in the number of started flats, after Central Bohemian Region (5,823 started flats). The smallest construction was in Karlovy Vary Region, where only 726 apartments were started. In the year – on – year comparison, the number of started dwellings decreased the most in Liberec Region (-36.6%) and Prague (-33.2%), on the other hand, recorded the largest volume Pilsen Region (+ 27.1%).
In terms of the type of construction, 85% of new projects in Prague were new, which decreased by 37.5% compared to 2019. The remaining 15% was a change in completed constructions, ie various constructions, extensions and other building alterations, where, on the contrary, there was a year-on-year increase of 9.3%. Depending on the type of construction, most flats were traditionally started in new apartment buildings (3,246 flats), which is due to the typical urban development in Prague. In contrast, only 420 flats were started in new family houses. In the case of family houses it was a year-on-year increase (by 18%), but in the case of apartment houses there was a year-on-year decrease of more than 40%. A recently negligible number of dwellings were started in non-residential buildings (33 dwellings), where their number decreased by 113 dwellings.
Within administrative districts of the capital m of Prague most flats Started in SO Prague 9 (1,402 flats) and SO Prague 8 (1,089 flats). The smallest construction was started in SO Prague 20 (4 flats) and SO Prague 11 (3 flats).
Number of completed dwellings in 2020 5,445 bytes, which represented year on year a decrease of 9.3%. There was also a year-on-year decrease at the national level, but only by 5.4%. In terms of regions, only the number of completed dwellings in Moravian-Silesian Region (by 11.5%), Olomouc Region (11.4%) and v Vysočina region (by 4.9%). They recorded the largest year-on-year decline South Bohemian Region (by 25.1%) a Karlovy Vary Region (19.5%). In the interregional comparison, Prague was in second place in the number of completed flats Central Bohemian Region (6,843 bytes). Along with the third South Moravian Region (4,454 completed dwellings) accounted for almost half (48.6%) of all completed dwellings in the Czech Republic. The fewest dwellings were completed, as with the started, in Karlovy Vary Region (550 apartments).
In terms of the type of construction, even for completed dwellings in Prague, new construction (94%) significantly dominated over the change in completed constructions (6%). As with the construction, the highest number of completed dwellings in new apartment buildings was in Prague (4,436 dwellings). There are 689 flats in family houses. Both are due to the character of Prague, but also to the limited space for further construction. However, 5% less dwellings in new apartment buildings were completed. There was a year-on-year decrease of 6% in dwellings in new family houses. Only 12 dwellings were completed in non-residential buildings, which was protected by 15 dwellings less.
Terms administrative districts in the capital m Prague Most flats were completed in SO Prague 8 (705 flats), SO Prague 5 (641 flats) and SO Prague 15 (618 flats). On the contrary, the fewest flats were completed in SO Praha 1 (8 flats).
Started and completed flats in the capital m Prague by quarter in the years 2016 to 2020
Building permits and notifications
In 2020, it was in Prague issued a total of 3,211 building permits and notifications. Compared to the same period in 2019, their number fell by 8.9%. This is the second value after Karlovy Vary Region (2,267 building permits and notifications) At the national level, their number has remained virtually unchanged. In terms of the type of construction, more building permits and notifications in Prague fell on buildings (2,494) than on civil engineering works (717). More building permits and notifications were issued for residential buildings (1,629, up 6.5% year-on-year) than for non-residential buildings (865, a decrease of 26%).
Within administrative districts of the capital m of Prague most building permits and notifications were issued in SO Praha 8 (440), SO Praha 6 (331) and SO Praha 1 (330).
Approximate value of constructions
In Prague in 2020 the approximate value of constructions was CZK 40,410 million. Compared to the same period in 2019 occurred to the decrease its values by 7.6%. The national average also fell by 5.9%. The approximate value of buildings was CZK 28,745 million, of which 57.4% was the value of residential buildings. The approximate value of civil engineering was CZK 11,665 million.
In Prague, again, permits for a situation where there are relatively few building permits, but the approximate value of issued building permits is very high. The value per building permit reached CZK 12.6 million in 2020 and was thus – similarly to 2019 – the highest among the regions, at least more than double.
From the perspective of administrative districts in the capital m Prague was the highest indicative value of constructions in SO Prague 8 (CZK 8,779 million), SO Prague 1 (CZK 6,802 million) and SO Prague 9 (CZK 6,535 million). In contrast, the lowest was in SO Prague 2 (CZK 97 million).
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Data for 2020 are preliminary.
More information on housing construction and building permits can be found at time series.
Mgr. Lada Lebdušková
Information Services Department
Regional Administration of the CZSO in the capital m Prague
Email: [email protected]
Tel .: +420 274 054 16