Cyprus real estate sector in 2021 gained lost ground from the pandemic as building permits picked up the pace but are still well off the levels recorded in pre- coronavirus 2019. According
Building permits issued in Cyprus jumped 46,7% annually in the four months from January – April, reflecting increased economic activity in the construction sector as Covid containment measures were eased. While most
Construction improved in the first two months of 2021, with the number of building permits issued increasing 1.9% on the year before despite a lockdown in January. A second national lockdown that
The value of Cyprus building permits issued from January to November 2020 declined by 23% year on year to €2.5 bln, mainly affected by the impact of the pandemic on large-scale projects.
Due to the reform and restructuring of municipalities and local authorities, there is great debate on which should be the competent authority for issuing building and planning permits. This subject ought to
Construction activity declined in October with approved building permits dropping 15.5% to 583 from 690 in the previous month of 2020, although Nicosia and Famagusta districts made gains. According to official data
The construction industry is on firmer foundations as building permits picked up in July following the fallout from coronavirus lockdown introduced to stem the spread of COVID-19. According to data by the
I have read comments by Interior Minister Nicos Nouris on the subject of issuing planning permits within a very short period of time and the issue of building permits within the same