Panel postpones new hotels on Eilat’s Almog Beach

February 19, 2013 01:53


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The objections board of the Southern District Committee for Planning Partner in one of firms planning to build complex confident of project’s success, despite offering to sell the land Building has sided with the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel (SPNI) and decided on Thursday to hold off on making a decision about plans for a hotel complex on Eilat’s Almog Beach.

Disputing the project from the onset, an SPNI marine biologist examined the potential impacts of building a hotel in the area before then submitting an official opinion to the objections board.

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