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MORE TIME TO SCRUTIZE SPED DOCUMENT

The public is being given a further 4 weeks to scrutinize and submit its feedback on the Strategic Plan for the Environment and Development (SPED) which the Government in collaboration with MEPA launched for public consultation at the end of March.
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MORE TIME TO SCRUTIZE SPED DOCUMENT
NEW PROPOSED POLICY FUEL SERVICE STATIONS
NEW PROPOSED POLICY FUEL SERVICE STATIONS
PROPOSED REVISION OF HOTEL HEIGHT POLICY
PROPOSED REVISION OF HOTEL HEIGHT POLICY

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.

 

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

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The SPED is intended to replace the Structure Plan for the Maltese Islands of 1990 and provide a strategic spatial policy framework for both the environment and development up to 2020.

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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).

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.

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An urgency arose for this development planning legislation to be revised to make it more pertinent to today’s realities with less bureaucratic procedures