The Covid-19-led precautionary measures appear to have impacted Qatar's construction sector’s prospects as there was a double-digit decline in the number of building permits issued in April ....
The prospects for the construction sector appears to be robust especially in Umm Slal, Al Khor and Shahaniya as they witnessed a robust double-digit month-on-month increase
The capital city Doha witnessed a strong 17% monthly growth in new building permits issued in February 2020, which otherwise witnessed a 5% fall nationally, according to official estimates.
Qatar witnessed a robust 7% month-on-month expansion in the building permits issued this January, indicating strong growth prospects for the country
The Ministry of Municipality and Environment (MME) has made the obtaining of building permits and the certificates of completion of construction easier by amending the online requirements for the process.
Qatar's construction sector rebounded with a strong growth in July this year, as reflected by robust expansion in the new building permits issued ...
Aided by double-digit expansion in the building permits issued by Al Daayen, Umm Slal and Al Shamal, Qatar witnessed a 4% growth month-on-month in total permits issued in April this year, according to official statistics.
The Central Municipal Council (CMC) has called for a new mechanism to issue building permits and expedite the process.