Summerland’s August building permits worth $3.3 million

More than $30 million worth of permits issued so far this year

The municipality of Summerland’s development services department issued 24 building permits in August, including three for single family homes, four for residential additions and accessories and two for secondary suites.

The permits issued came to a total of $3,327,700.

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The three permits for single family homes had a total value of $1,986,000.

While the number of permits issued in August is higher than last year, the value of the 19 permits issued last August was higher, at $4,555,500.

So far this year, the municipality has issued 159 building permits, with a value of $30,580,000.

This is more permits and a higher dollar value than in the first eight months of any of the past five years.

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