ILA publishes tenders for 312 J'lem units over Green Line

January 3, 2012 18:49


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The Israel Lands Authority published tenders for 312 apartment units in Jerusalem neighborhoods over the 1967 Green Line on Tuesday. The tenders included 247 units for two projects in Har Homa B, and 65 units for projects in Pisgat Zev North and East.

The tender published by the Israel Lands Authority represents the last step in the complicated approval process for construction in Israel, which can take up to a decade to complete. The Har Homa and Pisgat Zev projects have already passed all of the approval steps from the Jerusalem Municipality and the Interior Ministry.

After the tender is published, different contracting companies will submit bids to build the projects. 

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