Israeli companies recently started to market and build hundreds of housing units in illegal settlements in Occupied Jerusalem, while the Israeli municipal authority approved a plan to build underground roads northeast of the holy city.
According to Kol Ha’ir newspaper, 113 housing units have been marketed in Gilo settlement, southeast of Jerusalem.
Another 41 housing units of the Habark project in Pisgat Ze’ev settlement has also been marketed and sold by an Israeli company, which embarked on carrying out the second phase of the project (about 56 housing units).
In turn, another company called Euro-Israel recently marketed 122 housing units in Pisgat Ze’ev.
The same company already built and sold 24 apartments in Pisgat Ze’ev and is now carrying out two projects to construct a total of 200 housing units in Har Homa and Neve Yaakov settlements, east of Jerusalem.
In another development, Kol Ha’ir said that the Jerusalem district planning and building committee chaired by Meir Turgeman, who also serves as deputy head of the Israeli municipality in the holy city, approved a major project to build traffic tunnels at the junction of the French Hill settlement, northeast of Jerusalem.
(Source / 27.05.2017)