Tama 35 - Integrated National Master Plan for Construction, Development and Preservation

Definition


Tama 35 is a national master plan whose overall goal is to guide the spatial development in Israel during the first two decades of the 21st century. The plan relies on the theoretical base established in the "Israel 2020" document and applies lessons learnt from Tama 31.

Context


National master plan (Tama) defines the spatial planning of the entire area of the state. It addresses the purposes and uses of land, spatial infrastructures, land and sites preservation as well as future development based on demographic forecasts. The plan's exhaustive nature makes it crucial in the context of regional development.

Tags

Socioeconomic Growth, Regional Development, Leapfrogging, Israel 15, Start-Up Nation

2009-10-01

Term

Socioeconomic

Regional Development

Tama 35 aims to maintain a balance between Israel's development needs and the wish to preserve open spaces and the environment while taking future generations into consideration.

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