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Proposed Planning Scheme in Attard Refused

The MEPA Board turned down the proposed planning scheme for a large site in Attard. The site became part of the development zone when in 2006 Parliament included this site in the Rationalisation of Development Boundaries exercise. The planning scheme sought to establish the type and height for any future development on the site. The site is surrounded by a row of two storey terraced houses on one side, residential semi-detached villas on another side and the Potato grading shed.
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Proposed Planning Scheme in Attard Refused
Proposed Planning Scheme in Attard Refused
Proposed Planning Scheme in Attard Refused
BETTER CLIMATE FOR BUSINESSES TO OPERATE
BETTER CLIMATE FOR BUSINESSES TO OPERATE

Every Breath we take

In life you can decide on many things. When that is related to your health and well-being you can decide on your diet, for instance. Or you can decide to avoid a bathing spot where the water is reported to be dirty and polluted. In your life you can decide on many things but one: breathing. Air is something we could not live without. And air quality is of great importance because poor air quality affects our health and the environment we live in.

 

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