The Israeli government has recently approved a decision to extract 1.14 square kilometers of the Park HaCarmel nature reserve and transfer this territory to Dalyat el-Carmel, a city located in northern Israel. This move will retroactively legitimize housing construction that has already taken place on private lands within the reserve’s territory.

Dalyat el-Carmel is Israel’s largest Druze settlement and is currently undergoing an urban development plan that was approved back in 2020. As a result of these changes, the city’s area will increase from 8.97 square meters to 12.26 square meters, with an expected population of 30,000 people by 2060. Currently, there are two development plans for Daliat el-Karmel awaiting approval, one for 3,200 housing units and one for 700 housing units.

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