We are pleased to present you with another Planning and Building Law update which contains summaries of recent court and appeal tribunal decisions.
We direct your attention to two recent Supreme Court decisions. One case concerns “Beit Milman” in Ramat Aviv in which the Supreme Court establishes that indeed the plan does not conform with the provisions of the Tel Aviv master plan but erecting student dormitories is an important public interest which permits the nonconformity.
In the second decision, the Supreme Court confirmed the result reached in the Faran matter where the court limited the payment of compensation for “pain and suffering” in expropriation proceedings (to 25% of the area of the land) for a period of 7 years before the Rotman decision – i.e. expropriation proceedings which terminated by 2005.
We wish you pleasant reading and a Happy Passover.
Please find the full legal update here (Hebrew)