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Take a look at the renovation program: Bennett visited Balfour for the first time since taking office - Walla! news

2021-12-01T11:49:18.146Z

Since the government was formed, the prime minister has not used the official residence, and his family continues to live in their private home in Raanana. Accelerate the move



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A peek at the renovation plan: Bennett has visited Balfour for the first time since taking office

Since the government was formed, the prime minister has not used the official residence, and his family continues to live in their private home in Raanana. Accelerate the move

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Wednesday, 01 December 2021, 13:23 Updated: 13:40

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Prime Minister Naftali Bennett visited the Prime Minister's official residence on Balfour Street for the first time this week - Walla learned !.



Since the government was formed, Bennett has not used the official residence, and his family continues to live in their private home in Raanana.

This week, neighbors on Balfour Street said Bennett and his entourage and security envelope were first spotted at the residence.



The Prime Minister's Office said in response to Walla!'S request: "This week, the Prime Minister visited the official residence on Balfour Street, which is an official property of the state, for a short tour, in order to see the progress of the residence preparation process for use."

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  • After 12 years: The Netanyahu family has officially left the residence in Balfour

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The residence on Balfour Street in Jerusalem (Photo: Flash 90, Nati Shochat)

The house in Balfour, where the Netanyahu family has lived for more than 12 years, has been empty since June.

In the coming months is expected to undergo extensive renovations at an estimated cost of tens of millions of shekels, partly because of demand for security defects repaired the Shabak accumulated over the years and due to the old building infrastructural needs.



Sources in the Prime Minister said that during a visit this week Balfour, Bennett asked to see the plans The renovation, which will be launched during 2022 and will be completed towards the end.

According to sources, the prime minister sought to speed up the process.

Will continue to live there with his family.

Bennett at the gate of his private home in Raanana (Photo: Dror Einav)

Even after the renovation, the Bennett family does not intend to move to a house in Balfour but to maintain the center of its life in Raanana, where the house has undergone renovations and security improvements, also at a cost of more than NIS 10 million.

Upon completion of the renovation, Bennett will also use the residence hall for meetings and accommodation in Jerusalem.

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