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MARSA POWERSTATION

Another planning permit granted by the MEPA Board is for the decommissioning, dismantling and demolition of the Marsa Power Station. The works will include the clearing of all equipment, turbine halls, steel and civil structures, fuel shore tanks, acid tanks, bund walls and other structures with the exception of the administration building including offices, distribution workshop and stores together with the security guard room and sea water intake jetty.
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MARSA POWERSTATION
UPGRADING WORKS ON GHADIRA KIOSK
UPGRADING WORKS ON GHADIRA KIOSK
THUMBS DOWN FOR WIND FARM
THUMBS DOWN FOR WIND FARM

 

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).

The Times
2nd March, 2011

I refer to a letter that was published in the Times of Malta on the 24th February 2011, under the header ‘Untouchable Contractors’ whereby Mr Louis Abela questions who is running the show when it comes to the enforcement of construction site management regulations - MEPA, the local councils or the building contractors?

While the Authority sympathises with Mr Abela’s frustration at the inconvenience and nuisance of having ongoing building works adjacent to his property, it is appropriate for the Authority to remind the public, that the responsibility for the enforcement of the construction site management regulations, including times and days when works can be carried out is with the Ministry for Resources and Rural Affairs (MRRA) and not with MEPA. Queries and reports relevant to the enforcement of these regulations can be made to the Ministry on 22997608 (during working hours) and 79074334 (after working hours).

MEPA is the competent Authority to ensure that planning application decisions are respected and enforced. To further strengthen the Authority’s position against illegal development, MEPA has started to prohibit the submission of planning applications that seek to regularize illegal development in ODZ and protected areas carried out after May 2008, or on all scheduled properties. MEPA will soon be introducing daily fines and significantly increase its penalties.