processing time in calendar days for building applications
|Unit||2016||Change in per cent|
|Change from last year||Change last 5 years|
|Excemptions for new buildings in agricultural areas, areas of natural environment and outdoor recreation areas||Number||2 044||-4||29|
|Processing time for building applications||Calendar days||38||-5||6|
|Gross operating expenses within land use planning in the municipalities||NOK per capita||802||4||14|
|Gross operating expenses in local and regional development, area and nature, county council districts||NOK per capita||174||-10||-7|
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Average processing time and administration fee for area development plans, building applications and subdivision of land including survey. The whole country
|Area development plans||Building application||Subdivision of land including survey|
|Administration fee, NOK||Processing time, calendar days||Administration fee, NOK||Processing time, calendar days||Administration fee, NOK||Processing time, calendar days|
|2007||16 567||208||6 095||32||9 705||90|
|2008||18 848||235||6 500||36||10 070||85|
|2009||20 752||..||7 301||34||10 861||80|
|2010||34 984||278||8 269||37||13 216||71|
|2011||39 197||274||9 053||35||13 642||74|
|2012||45 508||273||9 708||36||13 932||71|
|2013||51 893||281||10 305||36||14 746||68|
|2014||51 893||245||11 085||38||15 462||57|
|2015||58 721||234||12 101||40||16 019||51|
|2016||63 612||150||12 645||38||16 803||48|
Municipal expenses, revenues and investments within building matters and land use planning (account balance 301, 302, 303, 304 og 305)
|Gross operating revenues||Net operating expenses per capita. NOK||Gross investments||Gross operating expenses|
|Total. NOK||Per capita. NOK||Total. 1 000 NOK||Per capita. NOK||Total. 1 000 NOK||Per capita. NOK||Physical plans account balance 301). Per cent||Building projects account balance 302, 304, 305. Per cent||Subdivision of land including survey account balance 303). Per cent|
|2012||2 222 262||440||301||167 125||33||3 552 156||703||35||34||30|
|2013||2 416 829||473||296||231 562||45||3 696 170||723||36||35||29|
|2014||2 467 650||478||339||248 730||48||3 996 155||774||37||35||27|
|2015||2 607 608||500||313||258 670||50||4 014 392||770||38||35||27|
|2016||2 686 519||511||339||304 487||58||4 215 204||802||38||35||26|
Number of area development plans, building plans and subdivision of land including survey per 1 000 inhabitants. Weighted average
|Adopted area plans||Adopted detailed area plans||Applications for general permission received||Applications for provisional permission with twelve weeks deadline received||Applications for provisional permission with three weeks deadline received||Applications that may be managed by the developer received||Issued surveyor's certificate of area measure|
Dispensation processing in the county administration according to The building Act and The cultural heritage Act
|Number of processed applications for dispensation by The cultural heritage Act||Number of applications granted||Number of treated applications for dispensation by The Plan and buildings Act|
|1Due to missing reporting, the number of applications for dispensations are most likely to low.|
|County council district|
|10 Vest-Agder||51||42||1 128|
|12 Hordaland||34||34||1 921|
|14 Sogn og Fjordane||27||23||110|
|15 Møre og Romsdal||8||8||586|
|19 Troms Romsa||1||1||567|
|20 Finnmark Finnmarku||10||10||166|
The county administration revenue, expenditure and investments regarding local and regional development for land and nature (account balance 715)
|Gross revenue||Gross expenditure|
|In total||In total||Per inhabitant. Kroner|
|2012||-542 456||940 424||186|
|2013||667 033||960 463||188|
|2014||639 873||993 888||192|
|2015||568 360||1 002 776||192|
|2016||682 023||913 372||174|
|Østfold||98 399||86 064||294|
|Akershus||44 084||79 263||131|
|Hedmark||20 293||40 243||205|
|Oppland||87 014||64 340||340|
|Buskerud||4 248||8 816||32|
|Vestfold||13 742||74 229||300|
|Telemark||80 509||110 464||637|
|Aust-Agder||37 315||52 780||452|
|Vest-Agder||35 421||82 285||447|
|Rogaland||20 069||38 843||82|
|Hordaland||75 861||108 459||209|
|Sogn og Fjordane||1 323||18 076||164|
|Møre og Romsdal||770||12 499||47|
|Sør-Trøndelag||84 740||24 582||77|
|Nord-Trøndelag||3 525||15 441||113|
|Nordland||19 607||47 716||196|
|Troms Romsa||43 306||32 087||194|
|Finnmark Finnmarku||11 797||17 185||226|
|Number of inspections, in building applications||Number of inspections, in building matters not applied for||Number of instructions given, aggregated for all inspection subject areas||Number of situations improved||Number of situations not improved||Number of police reports|
|2012||4 813||3 628||2 056||1 718||343||17|
|2013||4 666||2 538||1 878||1 652||350||21|
|2014||4 215||2 031||1 842||1 500||373||21|
|2015||4 999||2 191||1 429||1 192||222||16|
|2016||4 473||2 436||1 780||1 210||204||11|
About the statistics
The statistics describes Municipal and County Authorities land use administration, that is planning, building applications, building surveillance, subdivison of land, surveying and status of planning. Involvement in planning is highlighted through objection schemes. There are figures on cases, processing, processing time and decisions.
Classification of Norwegian municipalities by population size and economic workload 2013
The purpose of this report is to classify Norwegian municipalities according to three dimensions: Population size, economic workload and economic capacity. The measures of economic workload and capacity are estimated in a model of local government spending behaviour, and depend on variation in characteristics such as local government incomes, socio-demographic and geographic variables. The most extensive classification based on the three dimensions includes 29 groups. The resulting classification is based on data for 2013 and is compared to an earlier version based on data for 2008.
Name: Land use and regional planning
Topic: Nature and the environment
Division for Natural Resources and Environmental Statistics
Municipalities and County Authorities
Follows the dissemination of KOSTRA-indicators.
Preliminary figures: 15. March Final figures: 15. June
Articles (analysis) with tables and graphs based on the figures will be announced.
Timeliness: Figures on the previous year, on the above given dates.
As organized in KOSTRA and Statistics Norway's business model for the production of official statistics. In addition, auditing databases and local Storage.
KOSTRA (Municipal-State-rRporting) - in general:
The objective is to coordinate and increase the efficiency of all municipal reporting to the national authorities, and provide the local and national authorities with vital directing information.
KOSTRA was established in 1995, as a pilot poject. The number of municipalities and county authorities included in the reporting and dissemination system increased gradually up to 2001, when all were included. KOSTRA provides a web-portal for the reporting. In addition to the reported data from municiplaities and county authorities, the KOSTRA-indicators are based on register-data such as municipal accounts, manpower information and population data.
Land use planning:
Land use planning in Norway is delegated to the municipalities, under the provision of the Planning and Building Act.
KOSTRA provides directing information on the municipalities and the county authorities. The most frequent users would be the municipalities themselves, other regional and national authorities, media and the general Public.
The main principle is that no external users have access to statistics or analyses before they are announced in the statistics calendar and published available for everyone at www.ssb.no. This is one of Statistics Norway’s key principles for ensuring that all users are treated equally. The media is never given access to statistics or analyses prior to their release.
Land use planning in municipalities and counties - http://www.ssb.no/english/subjects/01/01/20/fysplan_en/
Not relevant. Data collection: Under the provisions of Local Government Act Section 49
Statistics compilation: Under the provisions of Statistics Act, Section 2.2
Mandatory reporting for all municipalities and county authorities.
Data reported (web forms) from municipalities and county authorities on the following topics:
Municipal planning, building applications, mapping and surveying, recreational areas, management of nature resources and cultural monuments.
In addition to the above:
municipal accounts, number of inhabitants, length of coastline, cadastral information, protected areas and objects
Deadline: 15. February.
The data reported through the web-portal are subject to control in three stages: First stage is automatic controls embedded in the web-forms. Second stage is at the SSB data sink. Third stage is the audit performed by the variuos divisions responsibel for statistics and indicators.
The basic data (level 3 in KOSTRA) is mainly web form data (annual sums, averages) reported as abolute data. The key figures (level 2 in KOSTRA) are mainly ratios based on level 3 and other datasources.
Most of the key figures have weighted averages. For the absolute data used as key figures, the averages are arithmetic.
Comparability over time and in Space:
KOSTRA includes figures from 1999. Statistics dissemination (Statistics Articles and tables in StatBank) startet in 2001 when all the municipalities and counties had joined KOSTRA . It has since 2001 been adjustments and expansions in questionnaires , thus not all time series go back to 2001. Any breaks in time series will be explained in footnotes to the tables.
Measurement errors in the data reported by the municipalities is believed to be main source of error. The controls embedded in the online forms, provide an automatic and instant feedback to the users.
Partial non-repons occurs in varying degrees for the various parts of the statistics. Non-respons on June 15 usually vary between 5-10 per cent, measured by number of municipalities.