Law Provisions

A Pinui Binui site is a land status that has been designated for evacuation, condemnation of the residential buildings, and rebuilding new dwellings. The Ministry of Construction and Housing has the authority to declare the land as a Pinui Binui site with a declaration, which remains in effect for six years. Pinui Binui was first presented as an official policy of The Ministry of Construction and Housing in 1998.

Pinui Binui is part of the Urban Renewal policy. This policy was adopted due to the shortage of open spaces outside cities, population growth estimates, and the inability to retard urban decay. The declaration of a property as a Pinui Binui site is to make a more efficient use of the land, in order to create better residential conditions, while preserving green spaces in the city, and improving the city image.

Lands declared as Pinui Binui sites are granted construction permits, extensions, and tax benefits. These entitlements can even include exemptions from property improvement taxes. They can also encourage communication between entrepreneurs, and tenants at the site.

The evacuation includes compensation for the tenants, who must in alternative accommodations, whether it is at the same site, or in a different area. Manos Group implements these projects in a way that allows the tenants to move from the old apartments, to the new ones, without needing alternative accommodations.

Manos Group adheres to the provisions of the law, and all applicable regulations for a Pinui Binui project. The group is composed of different divisions, working in cooperation and assembled under one roof, providing any and all needed services for a Pinui Binui project.

The Urban Renewal Division is responsible for initiating and executing Pinui Binui projects. The division is staffed by a professional and experienced team, with experience in the Israeli construction field. Leading the Division is Mr. Shmuel Hai Reuven. Mr. Reuven has a Bachelor’s degree in Law, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business. The Division is made up of two architects: Mr. Yuval Bar, and Mr. Perry Hammam: a Construction Specialist: Mr. Anatoly Broshenski, and Traffic advisors: Mr. Eyal Kraus, and Mr. Israel Sobol. The Legal Division, led by Prof. Aharon Namdar, one of Israel’s most prominent attorneys in the urban renewal field, consists of attorneys Alexander Brodchandel, and Ehud Isenberg. In the Customer Relations Division, you will find Ms. Adaya Distelman, Mr. Eli Levy, and Mr. Yossi Ben Shimol. The Supervision and Execution Division carries out the various project through the group’s construction companies, and external licensed execution contractors.

This organizational structure enables Manos Group to expedite Pinui Binui, as well as other projects, efficiently, and with one of the best inspection and supervision levels in the Israeli construction field.

Pinui and Binui Law Provisions and Regulations

Pinui Binui of Rehabilitation Areas Regulation, 1965

The Pinui Binui initiatives are published in the Pinui Binui Regulation of Rehabilitation Areas, 1965.For further reading of the law (in Hebrew) press here.

Pinui and Binui Regulation (Compensations), 2006

In 2006, the Israeli Parliament passed this regulation in order to overcome difficulties in a situation where a substantial majority of the tenants are interested in a Pinui Binui deal, while a few resist. The law states that a tenant, who refuses in an unreasonable fashion to a Pinui Binui deal, despite a majority of tenants agreeing to the deal, will be responsible for the damages of other tenants, as result of the deal being delayed, with the compensation to be determined by law. For further reading of the law (in Hebrew) press here.

Real Estate Taxation Regulations (Betterment, Selling and Purchasing) (Terms for Recommending a Declaration for a Pinui Binui Site in a Taxation Route), Amendment, 2008

For further reading of the law (in Hebrew) press here.

Planning and Construction Regulation (Amendment Act 87), 2008

For further reading of the law (in Hebrew) press here.

Pinui Binui Regulations (Compensations) (Assigning a Pinui Binu Estimator, and Legal Procedures in the Requests Handed to the Estimator), 2012

For further reading of the law (in Hebrew) press here.

Pinui Binui Regulations (Compensations) (Rules for Determining a Pinui Binui Estimator’s Fee), 2011

For further reading of the law (in Hebrew) press here.

Legal Procedures Regulation in the Israeli Market (Arnona Discount) (4th Amendment), 2011

For further reading of the law (in Hebrew) press here.

The sources of these regulations are: The Ministry of Interior Website, Ministry of Justice, Book of Law lists, the Knesset (Israeli Parliament).