Stalemate in building starts In Ashdod, Bnei Brak and Kiryat Yam in the past 5 years


by Ifi Reporter Category:Real Estate Nov 4, 2018

In a row of cities in Israel there is a stalemate in building starts. In Ashdod, one of Israel's largest cities, the rate of housing starts per 1,000 residents stands at 14.5 in the last five years. This emerges from an analysis by the Real Estate Appraisers Association. In the cities of Bnei Brak and Kiryat Yam, in the past five years there have been 13,8 housing starts per 1,000 residents. Ramla is in the penultimate place despite the fact that the government has defined it as a strategic goal. In the last five years the city has begun building 11.5 apartments per 1,000 residents, a particularly low figure. The table closes Umm al-Fahm, which has 9.8 apartments per 1,000 residents.
Harish is the growing city in Israel. The survey was carried out over the past five years and the data collected indicate that in the past five years 2,367 dwellings have been built for every 1,000 residents in the city. The investigators noted that Harish began to settle only a year and a half ago, and despite that, the rate of occupancy in it compared to other places is enormous.
In second place is Rosh Ha'Ayin, where construction began in recent years was particularly high. The data indicate that Rosh Ha'ayin began construction of 182 apartments per 1,000 residents in the five-year period. Third place was Tzur Hadassah. In recent years, construction has intensified in a community located a kilometer west of the Green Line. The construction of 162 apartments for every 1,000 residents began.
The city that grows in the lowlands is Be'er Yaakov. She is ranked fourth. For every 1,000 residents, 135 apartments were built in the community over the past five years. In fifth place is Tzur Yitzhak. The most populous city in the center of the country is Ganei Tikva. The data indicate that 111 new dwellings have been added to every 1,000 residents in the past five years. In neighboring Kiryat Ono, 41.6 new apartments were built in the past five years for every 1,000 residents in the city.
"In recent years, the government has been working to increase the supply of housing in Israel by planning large neighborhoods in places where the state has a large inventory of land," said Haim Masily. Therefore, it is possible to see relatively small settlements in which huge neighborhoods are being built, constituting almost a city in their own right. The challenge in these rapidly growing neighborhoods is the establishment of infrastructures and public buildings that will facilitate the comfortable absorption of the new population.
According to him, from the point of view of young couples, in many cases this is an opportunity because in the early neighborhoods housing prices are more comfortable and their value increases as the neighborhood is populated and attracts a stronger population. Looking ahead, it is reasonable to assume that Harish will continue to star in the list of cities that are growing in light of government promises to reach 100,000 residents there. Additional areas where accelerated growth is likely to occur are the areas of compounds that will be evacuated by the IDF, such as the Zrifin, Tel Hashomer and Sirkin camps and cities that will promote the development agreements signed with the government, such as Kiryat Gat and Or Akiva.



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