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Proposed Solar Farms Policy

A new proposed policy framework has been published by the Malta Environment and Planning Authority (MEPA) together with the Ministry of Energy and Health to provide guidance for the location of new solar farms while identifying design criteria and mitigation measures to address their potential impact. The policy document will also facilitate Malta’s achievement of its 2020 EU target of 10% Renewable Energy.
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Proposed Solar Farms Policy
MARSAXLOKK DEVELOPMENT BRIEF
MARSAXLOKK DEVELOPMENT BRIEF
IL-PJAZZETTA PROJECT GETS GREEN LIGHT
IL-PJAZZETTA PROJECT GETS GREEN LIGHT

 

DC2014
The Malta Environment and Planning Authority (MEPA), has issued for public consultation a new proposed development control design policy, guidance and standards 2014 (DC 2014)

public consultation
View all policies and plans that are currently open for public consultation and for which you can participate through your comments and suggestions

use classes
In line with Government’s pledge to reduce bureaucracy and facilitate the process for businesses to start up and work in an environment which promotes their sustainable growth, the Authority over the past months has embarked

EIA PC
The Malta Environment and Planning Authority (MEPA) is organising a series of short evening lectures purposely designed to facilitate and empower the public and interested stakeholders to gain a better understanding and knowledge base about various subjects associated with planning policies, architecture, heritage planning and land use..

EIA PC
Your views and comments on proposed developments that are undergoing an EIA process are important. This section contains a list of proposals that are currently undergoing an EIA procedure, and for which the public is invited to submit comments.

use classes
The Government  in collaboration with MEPA has finalized two consultation documents with the salient features that will characterize the setting up of the new Development Planning Authority (DPA) and the Environment and Resources Authority ERA).