In August, 2020, Summerland issued permits for construction worth more than $3.5 million. (Summerland Review file photo)

Summerland’s August building permits worth $3.5M

Number of permits issued represents a decrease from 2019 figures

The municipality of Summerland issued 14 building permits in August, with a value of $3,507,100.

The monthly building statistics were compiled for the Sept. 14 council meeting agenda.

READ ALSO: Summerland’s June building permits worth $2.6 million

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This is fewer than the number of permits issued in August 2019, but the dollar value from August 2020 is slightly higher than during the same month a year earlier.

In August 2019, Summerland issued 23 permits, with a value of $3,217700.

So far this year, the municipality has issued 118 building permits, with a total value of $19,468,000.

A year ago, 156 permits, with a value of $30,468,000 had been issued.

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