The construction of new apartments remains Berlin, behind its self-imposed targets. The number of building permits issued for apartments declined in the second year in a row, easily. This is demonstrated by Figures from the Statistical office. 2018 total 24.218 apartments were approved, 2.1 percent less than in the previous year. Around a third of the new apartments is planned as condominiums, more than 90 percent occur in multi-family houses.
shot Through the Expansion of the roof or the renovation of commercial space for further 3189 apartments. Most of the approved apartments are located in the boroughs of Pankow, Treptow-Köpenick and Mitte. In General, about a third of the approved dwellings is not, or only much later be built either. Every year, around 15,000 new apartments in Berlin.
In the state of Brandenburg and Hamburg Numbers are even worse
The Senate administration for Living language, a "good news" and pointed to significantly lower Numbers in Brandenburg and Hamburg. The Berlin Figures were still "at a very high level". Nationally, the number of approved homes has decreased in the past year, up slightly by 0.2% in Brandenburg and even to 21.9 percent. Hamburg have recorded in the past year, a decrease of 16 percent.
"It is, despite the more complicated conditions will have succeeded, the approval numbers remain at a high level," said Bausenatorin Katrin Lompscher (Left). "Through a close-meshed Monitoring of the projects is clear in which areas the efforts will be intensified." While in mid-3148 dwellings were approved, it was in Neukölln, only 383, and in Reinickendorf 694.daily mirror people for Free order
FDP: Need of 20,000 dwellings per yearwere More
Less building permits in 2018, the shortage of housing in Germany, stays of durationReinhart Bünger
The FDP, criticized the policy of the coalition in the housing sector: "Berlin needs per year, more than 20,000 new dwellings in order to meet the high demand for living space. However, expropriation fantasies, rent cover, rear purchase of existing apartments and the decline of baugenehmigungs divisions will not help that the city can realize by 2030, the much-needed 194.000 apartments even close," said FDP-building Stefan Förster.