Spanish housing starts and building activity in 2013

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    Requests for planning approvals in Q1 were just 10,191, down -27.6pc on the same time last year, according to data from the Ministry of Public Works.

    Looking at March alone, there were just 2,619 requests for planning approval, down -40pc on February and -46pc compared to the same time last year.

    The Spanish house building industry has all but disappeared. It’s been crushed.

    If you need to refurbish a property in the UK or Sweden or Germany, now would be a good time to get a team from Spain to come over and do the work for you, living on a camper van onsite. You’ll get the best Spanish builders and architects very cheap.

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    Sadly enough our construction sector is already flooded by people from Poland and Bulgaria. Not that I mind it but it makes less room for spanish builders.

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    That is still 40,000 properties over the year. 40,000 TOO MANY

    The Spanish government should be demolishing unoccupied and unwanted properties.

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