Visualization: The evacuation-construction plan approved in 2022 in Givat Olga in Hadera (photo: Eran Mebel Architecture and Urban Construction office)
After meeting the goals set as part of an agreement it signed with the Governmental Authority for Urban Renewal to assist with government funding to promote urban renewal processes -
the city of Hadera
will receive NIS 16 million to finance related infrastructure for urban renewal.
Last week, the Chairman of the Authority for Urban Renewal, Elazar Bamberger, sent a letter to the Mayor of Hadera, Nir Ben Haim, according to which Hadera met the goals of the agreement it signed with the Authority to issue over 600 building permits per year in urban renewal projects - and will win, As mentioned, with government funding of approximately NIS 16 million for the establishment of ancillary infrastructure for urban renewal projects in the city.
Visualization: A construction-clearance plan launched in 2022 in Givat Olga in Hadera (photo: Oron Group)
In April 2022, the municipality of Hadera, along with 11 other local authorities, signed an agreement with the Ministry of Housing and the Urban Renewal Authority to receive assistance in financing the establishment of municipal infrastructure in urban renewal projects, to the extent of NIS 440 million.
According to the agreement, the city is supposed to receive funding ranging from 20-30 thousand shekels for each new housing unit that receives a building permit, in urban renewal projects.
This move will help the city support the urban renewal processes it is going through, and in containing the housing units that are expected to receive permits and be built in the coming years.
One of the conditions for receiving government funding was the expenditure of 3,500 units over the life of the agreement and at least 600 building permits in urban renewal each year. Hadera issued 858 building permits during 2022. Also in 2023, the expectation is that the city will meet the terms of the agreement.
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Message from the mayor of Hadera, Nir Ben Haim (photo: official website, photo: Shlomi Gabai)
The municipality of Hadera, through the Department of Engineering and the Economic Society, promoted and approved building permits in five complexes in the past year, where new projects will begin to be built already this year.
These are the complexes: Smilansky, the Second Ascension, the IDF, the Hebrew Battalion, and the Six Days.
Also, at the end of the year, two large plans were approved that are expected to receive building permits in 2023: the "Azurim" complex in the Olga neighborhood, where 1,840 new apartments were approved, and the "Sela Beit" plan "R" containing 1450 new apartments.
The Mayor of Hadera, Nir Ben Haim, said that "the urban renewal is causing skin and sinews mainly in the center of Hadera.
The urban renewal plans are expected to fundamentally renew the fabric of urban life in the center of the city of Hadera in general, along with strengthening and developing the urban skeleton and promoting the surrounding infrastructure."
Gal Lachmi (Photo: Public Relations)
The head of the Urban Renewal Directorate, Gal Lachmi
, adds: "The city of Hadera currently manages a large number of major projects all over the city. Projects of construction, evacuation and urban renewal combine development agreements and more. All those involved in the craft, both in the engineering department of the PA, the professional teams in the economic society as well as The apartment owners and their representatives see before their eyes the good of the community and the city and thanks to the cooperation of all concerned, we manage to move the city forward with giant strides towards success and prosperity."