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1301.0 - Year Book Australia, 2003  
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The total value of non-residential building work approved in 2001 ($13.3b) increased by 8% over the value approved in 2000 (table 20.13). The value of non-residential building work done in 2001 fell 6% (to $12.6b) from the total work done in 2000.

The value of non-residential building work approved in 2001 was 5% higher than the value of work done (reversing the outcome in 2000, when approvals exceeded work done by 10%). A pattern of the value of approvals exceeding the value of work done has, in the past, indicated a period of accelerating activity in this sector, with more new work coming on stream.

In 2001, shops and offices together accounted for about 37% of the value of non-residential building approved and of work done. This was similar to their share of approvals and work done in 2000.


20.13 VALUE OF NON-RESIDENTIAL BUILDING(a)

Approved
Work done


2000
2001
2000
2001
$m
$m
$m
$m

Hotels, etc.
528
586
839
405
Shops
2,237
2,233
2,379
2,366
Factories
915
807
945
790
Offices
2,278
2,646
2,492
2,337
Other business premises
1,819
1,840
1,868
1,558
Educational
1,768
1,884
1,688
1,957
Religious
102
112
137
109
Health
1,084
1,490
1,341
1,351
Entertainment and recreational
770
931
1,016
886
Miscellaneous
731
724
783
856
Total
12,231
13,251
13,487
12,615

(a) Valued at $50,000 or more.

Source: Building Activity, Australia (8752.0); Building Approvals, Australia (8731.0).


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