from the number-crunchers at Statistics New Zealand. When comparing the December 2015 quarter
with the September quarter of the same year (after price changes and seasonal variations are removed), we see that:
In terms of current prices this equates to the actual value of all building work being $1.6 billion on non-residential buildings.
Higher education consents
Given our work with a number of educational establishments, we were interested to see a report from Statistics New Zealand issued in February 2016 that the value of consents for education buildings increased strongly in 2015. Valued at $1.1 billion, this was an increase of $404 million from 2014, and accounted for half of the overall increase in non-residential building consents.
In 2015, the regions with the highest value of building consents for education buildings were:
Of the $1.1 billion total, 70 percent was for new buildings, while 30 percent was for refurbishment of existing buildings.
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