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The World Cup and other major events scheduled for the coming months will fuel the country’s economic growth, benefiting the construction sector, which is expected to grow in the coming years.

The Ministry of Municipality has released the first version of the Requirements and Services Guide for the Qatar Building Permit System 2022, as well as the third edition of the Building Requirements Guide, to help the country’s real estate sector.

This is part of the ministry’s work to encourage real estate investment to play an active role in the country’s urban development process.

The first edition is intended to present a list of engineering documents and requirements, as well as required permits from other service agencies when submitting construction applications.

“To simplify the procedures and clarify the requirements to be met in construction applications, the ministry has launched the first edition of the guide to requirements and services for building permits, which contains 403 pages divided into 5 chapters,” the ministry said. director of building permits. Complex department at the Ministry of Municipality, Saad Abdul Karim Al Qahtani.

According to data released by the Planning and Statistics Authority (PSA), municipalities in Qatar issued 399 building permits in June, an increase of 17% from 645 permits the previous month.

The PSA, in collaboration with the Ministry of Municipality, has released the 90th edition of the monthly statistics of building permits and construction completion certificates granted by all municipalities across the country.

Data on building permits and construction completion certificates are particularly important as they are considered an indicator of the performance of the construction industry, which in turn plays an important role in the national economy.

The construction sector in Qatar is growing rapidly and is nearing the end of a decade of construction, with the 2022 FIFA World Cup being at the center of infrastructure development since 2011.

The World Cup and other major events scheduled for the coming months will fuel the country’s economic growth, benefiting the construction sector, which is expected to grow in the coming years.

While parts of the business may see reduced activity after the World Cup, construction will continue on projects that support Qatar’s National Vision 2030, according to recent analysis by Oxford Business Group (OBG).