All 25 plans on the docket were advanced by the Civil Administration’s High Planning Subcommittee. More than half of the homes received final approval for their construction.
While some of the projects are for settlements located close to the Green Line, other plans that were approved are located in settlements deep in the West Bank. These include a project for 56 homes in Negohot, which was advanced through an early planning stage known as deposit, and a project for 534 homes in Shevut Rachel, which was advanced to the final planning stage
In addition to approving thousands of new homes, the plans retroactively legalized the Mitzpeh Dani and Oz V’gaon outposts. The former is a wildcat neighborhood of the Ma’aleh Michmash settlement in the heart of the West Bank, while the latter
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