Improving transparency, efficiency and accountability are key components of the reform taking place within MEPA. A binding factor that helps improves all these three components is the effective regulatory tool of Public Consultation. A pioneer in this field, the Authority from its origin in 1992, heralded in the concept and practice of public consultation into the Island. Given the delicate responsibilities that fall under MEPA’s remit, the Authority is conscious that informing and involving the public and all interested parties in policy making and decision taking is crucial to the holistic improvement of our Islands environment.
Active online public consultation initiatives:
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| ||Environmental Planning Statement (EPS) for TRK. 149186: Construction of Fuel Station including: auto-gas, electric car charging, carwashes, ancillary Class 4 retail facilities and underlying garages as a replacement of two existing 2-storey buildings, 13 and 14, Triq is-Salina c/w, Trejqet L- Arznu, Magħtab, Naxxar, Malta|
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| ||Environmental Planning Statement (EPS) for TRK 148158 (EA00016/2013) - Demolition of all existing buildings forming part of St. George's Bay Hotel and ancillary facilities, Dolphin House, Moynihan House and Cresta Quay. Construction of Parking facilities, Hotels and ancillary facilities, Commercial Area, Multi Ownership holiday accommodation, Bungalows, Language school with accommodation and Lagoon. Restoration of the Villa Rosa and upgrading of the facilities including parking facility, kitchen and toilets all below existing site levels within the Villa Rosa Area to address catering facilities/wedding hall at St. George's Bay Hotel, and Cresta Quay, Ix-Xatt Ta' San Gorg, San Giljan, Malta|