Jerusalem Municipality approves 380 building permits in east Jerusalem

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December 24, 2014 17:10

 
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The Jerusalem Local Planning and Building Committee on Wednesday approved 380 building permits for east Jerusalem homes in Ramot and Har Homa.

According to the municipality, 307 homes of the home will be contructed in Ramot and 73 in Har Homa.

Earlier in the month the municipality announced that it intends to invest NIS 50 million into the development of the south-east Jerusalem neighborhood of Har Homa, also known as Homat Shmuel.

According to the municipality, which worked in coordination with the Construction Ministry, the funds will be allocated toward improving the neighborhood’s infrastructure, including roads, sidewalks, parks, children’s playgrounds, sporting areas and street lighting.

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