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Classification - J 2000

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Short description

J is the Hungarian translation of the Classification of Types of Constructions (CC) finalized by EUROSTAT on 27 August 1997. J is designed to serve different purposes such as statistics on construction activities, construction analysis, building and housing censuses and price statistics on construction works and national accounts. In addition, J is to be used for the grouping of constructions, which is needed for the data transmission relating to specific variables (e.g. building permits, production) of short-term indicators. Also, J is designed to be used for all activities concerning constructions: changes in use, transactions, renovations, demolition.

J 2000 short description (pdf, 19 KB)


Code numbers and descriptions of the items of classification

J 2000 structure (pdf, 69 KB)

Explanatory notes

The explanatory notes determine the contents of the classification items. They help find the appropriate category in the classification.

J 2000 explanatory notes (pdf, 238 KB)

Search engine

It supports the quick search in the classification. After searching by code number or text, it displays those items of the classification that contain the relevant code number or text.


Principles and rules of the classification to be applied

Methodology (pdf, 53 KB)

Correspondence tables

Conversion key between the items of the current version of classification and those of the previous version

Legal basis

Legislation ordering the use of the classification:

HCSO release 9006/1999. (SK 5) of the President of the Hungarian Central Statistical Office on the building register (pdf, 82 KB)

Predecessor classification (Old versions)

Previous versions of the classification can be found here.

International version of classification

Classification of Types of Constructions (CC)

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