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In Slovenia for 2012 more than 11,000 dwellings were under construction in Slovenia, of which 4,307 dwellings were completed by the end of the year (39% of all dwellings under construction). The average useful floor area of a dwelling completed in 2012 was 138 m2; in one-dwelling buildings it was 169 m2, while in multi-dwelling buildings it was 76 m2. 65% of completed dwellings have four or more rooms. As in the previous years, most of the dwellings completed in 2012 were obtained by new construction (99%). Most dwellings completed in the Podravska regionIn 2012 most of the dwellings were constructed in the Podravska region (21%) and in the Osrednjeslovenska region (almost 18%). On the other hand, the fewest dwellings were constructed in the Zasavska region (almost 1%). Among the municipalities in the Podravska region most dwellings were completed in Rače-Fram (227), Lenart (135) and Slovenska Bistrica (87), whereas in the Osrednjeslovenska region the largest number of completed dwellings was recorded in Ljubljana (150), Logatec (73) and Litija (67). Almost 854,000 dwellings in Slovenia's dwelling stock At the end of 2012 the dwelling stock numbered 853,860 dwellings. The average floor space of a dwelling in the dwelling stock was 80 m2. More than half (52%) of all dwellings are located in the urban areas; on average they measure 71 m2. Dwellings in non-urban areas are larger (on average by 19 m2) than those in urban areas.More than half (55%) of the dwellings in the dwelling stock were built in the 1971-2012 period. Construction of dwellings was the most intensive in the 1971-1980 decade and it accounts for almost 21% of the entire dwelling stock.At the end of 2012, 21% of dwellings were without central heating installations and 7% of dwellings had no bathroom reports the Slovenia Statistical Office
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