Friday, December 15, 2017

Housing construction in the Sverdlovsk region grew by 2.9 percent in 2012

According to Rosstat's recent statistics, new housing construction in Russa's Volgograd region increased by 40 percent over the previous year, and by 2.9 percent in the Sverdlovsk region.

Just behind the Volgograd region in new housing construction growth was the Kostroma region, with nearly 50 acres of newly developed land. The Amur region had the third-highest housing growth in the country, constructing 29 percent more residential building than in 2011, Russia News reports.

The Chelyabinsk region, while ranked fourth in Russian regional housing growth, saw the fastest-growing construction rate, with more than 412 acres of new residential land built during 2012.

The Moscow Oblast region saw a 10.6 percent growth in housing construction over 2011, and Krasnodar, St. Petersburg,and Tyumen housing construction grew by 6.6, 4, and 3.9 percent, respectively. according to Russia News.

In total, 826,800 apartments were built in Russia in 2012.