The community settlement in central Israel will grow up its population from 9000 to 20 000 inhabitants.
A new plan unveiling the building of 5700 housing units in the Tzur Hadassah community was adopted by the Jerusalem Planning and Building Commission in the Planning and Building Administration. This project is aiming at bringing the local population from 9000 up to 20 000 inhabitants. It will be completed by the setting up of a road around the community connecting all of its parts and also an urban infrastructure including a business area, Schools, synagogues, sports pitches and other appropriate facilities. Moreover, there are 1450 housing units yet to be built on the northern side of Highway 375.
Tzur Hadassah is a 4000 housing units town, located in the Jurisdiction of Mardi Yehuda Regional Council,. This area which is currently very appraisal by Israeli, have seen land prices raising up 50% during the last year. According to Globes daily news, ” The entire plan was designed to preserve the landscape, ecological, and archeological values of the community’s location. The plan includes drainage to allow flooding from heavy rains to run off. “
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