Large areas of Tel Gezer were burned by fire which spread from agricultural areas of the nearby moshav Beit Uziel earlier in July.
The agreement will see some 5,000 new housing units and commercial and industrial centers built in the city.
The proposal, parts of which require parliament approval, also includes other measures, such as cutting red tape and building more housing units for rentals.
The justice minister reportedly held talks with a Likud representative about the option of forming a new government without dissolving the Knesset.
The following is a satirical article from The Jerusalem Post's annual parodic Purim page, The Jerusalem Roast. Enjoy!
Movers and shakers in Israeli society.
Bennett's decision to meet Russia's Vladimir Putin despite normally observing Shabbat shows the urgency and importance with which he views his mission.
Some 519,066 Israelis have received the fourth COVID-19 vaccine to date, the Health Ministry reported on Saturday evening.
After a decade of work, some six kilometers of the Old City's winding alleys are now accessible for wheelchairs, baby carriages and people who are blind.
Construction and Housing Minister Ze'ev Elkin announced on Monday a new committee will determine criteria for forced evictions of squatters, which will be halted in the meantime.