As for the existing and future situation for building on Majorca, the President of the College, Jaime Gilbert Salamanca, forecast that residential construction would stabilise in the amount of 8'000 homes per year. He highlighted that the number of homes planned and finished is drawing level. According to the Majorcan College of Master Builders and Technical Architects, the town which had the least growth during the period 1999 to 2005 was Estellencs, where just 14 homes were built. This was followed by Escorca with 16 homes, Lloret with 20, Ariany with 23, Banyalbufar with 32, Costitx with 36 and Mancor de la Vall where 38 new homes were built.
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