Fixed capital formation by type of capital good, region; national accounts

Fixed capital formation by type of capital good, region; national accounts

Regions Periods Fixed cap. form. by type of capital good Industrial buildings (million euros)
The Netherlands 2020 25,194
Noord-Nederland (LD) 2020 2,293
Oost-Nederland (LD) 2020 4,909
West-Nederland (LD) 2020 12,677
Zuid-Nederland (LD) 2020 5,315
Extra-Regio (LD) 2020 0
Groningen (PV) 2020 1,180
Fryslân (PV) 2020 645
Drenthe (PV) 2020 469
Overijssel (PV) 2020 1,428
Flevoland (PV) 2020 736
Gelderland (PV) 2020 2,744
Utrecht (PV) 2020 1,658
Noord-Holland (PV) 2020 5,034
Zuid-Holland (PV) 2020 5,169
Zeeland (PV) 2020 815
Noord-Brabant (PV) 2020 3,864
Limburg (PV) 2020 1,451
Oost-Groningen (CR) 2020 71
Delfzijl en omgeving (CR) 2020 134
Overig Groningen (CR) 2020 975
Noord-Friesland (CR) 2020 296
Zuidwest-Friesland (CR) 2020 179
Zuidoost-Friesland (CR) 2020 170
Noord-Drenthe (CR) 2020 185
Zuidoost-Drenthe (CR) 2020 134
Zuidwest-Drenthe (CR) 2020 150
Noord-Overijssel (CR) 2020 476
Zuidwest-Overijssel (CR) 2020 146
Twente (CR) 2020 806
Veluwe (CR) 2020 1,010
Achterhoek (CR) 2020 439
Arnhem/Nijmegen (CR) 2020 1,008
Zuidwest-Gelderland (CR) 2020 287
Utrecht (CR) 2020 1,658
Kop van Noord-Holland (CR) 2020 554
Alkmaar en omgeving (CR) 2020 138
IJmond (CR) 2020 108
Agglomeratie Haarlem (CR) 2020 221
Zaanstreek (CR) 2020 133
Groot-Amsterdam (CR) 2020 3,625
Het Gooi en Vechtstreek (CR) 2020 254
Agglomeratie Leiden en Bollenstreek (CR) 2020 432
Agglomeratie 's-Gravenhage (CR) 2020 854
Delft en Westland (CR) 2020 331
Oost-Zuid-Holland (CR) 2020 715
Groot-Rijnmond (CR) 2020 2,495
Zuidoost-Zuid-Holland (CR) 2020 341
Zeeuwsch-Vlaanderen (CR) 2020 184
Overig Zeeland (CR) 2020 632
West-Noord-Brabant (CR) 2020 1,248
Midden-Noord-Brabant (CR) 2020 644
Noordoost-Noord-Brabant (CR) 2020 921
Zuidoost-Noord-Brabant (CR) 2020 1,051
Noord-Limburg (CR) 2020 511
Midden-Limburg (CR) 2020 292
Zuid-Limburg (CR) 2020 649
Flevoland (CR) 2020 736
Utrecht-West (CP) 2020 127
Stadsgewest Amersfoort (CP) 2020 394
Stadsgewest Utrecht (CP) 2020 1,039
Zuidoost-Utrecht (CP) 2020 98
Amsterdam (CP) 2020 2,017
Overig Agglomeratie Amsterdam (CP) 2020 123
Edam-Volendam en omgeving (CP) 2020 219
Haarlemmermeer en omgeving (CP) 2020 1,266
Aggl.'s-Gravenhage excl. Zoetermeer (CP) 2020 774
Zoetermeer (CP) 2020 80
Rijnmond (CP) 2020 2,303
Overig Groot-Rijnmond (CP) 2020 192
Drechtsteden (CP) 2020 220
Overig Zuidoost-Zuid-Holland (CP) 2020 121
Stadsgewest 's-Hertogenbosch (CP) 2020 343
Overig Noordoost-Noord-Brabant (CP) 2020 578
Almere (CP) 2020 228
Flevoland-Midden (CP) 2020 267
Noordoostpolder en Urk (CP) 2020 241
Source: CBS.
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Table description


Fixed capital formation by groups of provinces, province and COROP region.
This table concerns regional figures on fixed capital formation (gross) by type of capital good.
The regional figures are in accordance with the national accounts, figures on gross fixed capital formation from production and imports (so, excluding sales of existing assets).

The new Standard Industrial Classification 2008 (SIC 2008) is used in the National and Regional Accounts of the Netherlands. This code is based on the European classification Nomenclature générale des Activités économiques dans la Communauté Européenne (NACE Rev. 2) which is used in all Member States of the European Union.
It is in use for the year 2008 onwards.

Data available from: 1995.

Status of the figures:
Data of the years 1995 to 2020 are final.

Changes as of 4th November 2022:
The final reporting year 2020 has been added.

When will new figures be published?
Final data will be published in December 2023.

Description topics

Fixed cap. form. by type of capital good
Fixed capital formation by type of capital good.
Industrial buildings
Buildings other than dwellings, including fixtures, facilities and equipment that are integral parts of the associated structures and costs of site clearance and preparation. Public monuments (see AN.1122) identified primarily as non-residential buildings are also included. Public monuments are identifiable because of particular historical, national, regional, local, religious or symbolic significance. They are described as public because they are accessible to the general public, not due to public sector ownership. Visitors are often charged for admission to them. Consumption of fixed capital on new monuments, or on major improvements to existing monuments, should be calculated on the assumption of appropriately long service lives. Other examples of buildings other than dwellings include warehouse and industrial buildings, commercial buildings, buildings for public entertainment, hotels, restaurants, educational buildings, health buildings.