The Committee for the Advancement of Preferred Housing Complexes (Hotamal) today approved a plan for urban renewal in Herzliya – ‘Herzliya between cities’. The plan is located in the southwestern part of the city and is on an area of 399 dunams where there is a sewage treatment plant, and near the Galil Yam neighborhood Construction The plan is expected to produce an urban continuum between Ramat Hasharon and Herzliya.
The plan includes 1,230 housing units combined with commercial facades, employment and commercial areas of approximately 35,000 square meters near Ayalon lanes. Of all the housing units, 246 housing units will be allocated for small apartments. The proposed construction in the plan includes buildings up to 10 stories high Two 35-story residential towers.
The plan also includes areas for public buildings, a public transportation terminal, a municipal square and a municipal park that will cover an area of about 106 dunams. The park includes connections to the open space in the plan and its surroundings and is expected to be a center of activity for the entire area. In terms of transportation, the plan includes a connection from the Yavne Road in Ramat Hasharon to the west of Herzliya via an overpass over Road 20 and the railway.
As part of the plan, a new sewage line AYN has been approved that will connect Herzliya to the Shafdan system. The municipal sewage treatment plant will be vacated, in accordance with an agreement between the government and the Herzliya municipality.
Planner of the Tel Aviv area at the Israel Land Authority, Gili Tessler: “The importance of the Herzliya plan between cities stems from the combination of proper urban development along with infrastructure treatment. For public buildings, a public transportation terminal and a huge urban park, allow for future development that will serve all residents of the area in the best way. ”
Acting Chairman of the Hotamal, Daniel Meltzer: “As part of OTMAL’s activities to increase the supply of housing units in Israel and in demand areas in particular, OTMAL has approved a residential plan in Herzliya that includes new sewage infrastructure for the city, and optimal utilization of land by evacuating the municipal sewage treatment facility and increasing the supply of housing units in the city.”
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