Giant Herzliya beach real estate plan approved after 23 years on drawing board
Regional planning board approves 80-dunam construction plan submitted by Ofer Brothers; revised plan drew objections from city hall and environmentalists, who claimed shoreline should be set aside for the public.
Almost 23 years after it first received the application, the Tel Aviv Regional Committee for Planning and Building finally approved a giant real estate project submitted by Ofer Brothers on the Herzliya Pituach shoreline.
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