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Planning Control Applications

In the interest of public knowledge and transparency of the planning process, MEPA is hereby notifying the general public about the proposals related to Planning Control applications*. The dissemination of this information is intended for notification purposes and in preparation for the public meeting for MEPA Board consideration. The date of the meeting will be published shortly on the website and press adverts.

 PC APPLICATION NO.

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 PC 46/13 Partial review of the Ta’Masrija Planning Policy (2006)

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 PC 15/12

PROPOSAL: Interpretation of North Harbours Local Plan Policy NHPV 12 on plan. Proposal deals mainly with delineation of front gardens / building lines and removal of an unnamed cul-desac from scheme.

LOCATION: Sites at Triq Santu Wistin and Sqaq Lourdes in San Ġiljan
and Swieqi.

 Site Plan
Report
Current Map
Proposed Map


PC 4/14

PROPOSAL: To establish building alignment for an existing alley.

LOCATION: Site at Alley in Triq ta’ Duru, Nadur, Gozo
Site Plan 
Report 
Current Map 
Proposed Map


PC 18/15

PROPOSAL: Proposed link road between Sqaq tal-Hlas and Sqaq il-Qenc and elimination of planned turning space at the end of Sqaq tal-Hlas.


LOCATION: Site is between Sqaq tal-Hlas and Sqaq il-Qenc at Haz-Zebbug, Malta.

 Site Plan 
Report 
Current Map 
Proposed Map

 PC 1/15

PROPOSAL: ​To establish zoning, building height limitation and road alignments of Rationalisation Exercise 2006.

LOCATION: Site at Ta’ Farzina, Triq Id-Deheb Fin, Qormi, Malta
Site Plan
Report
Proposed Map

 *Planning Control Applications scheduled for a public meeting before the MEPA Board include applications related to: the planning of Rationalisation of Development Boundaries Sites, Comprehensive Planning Areas, minor modifications to subsidiary plans, Partial Reviews to Local Plans, and changes to alignment where MEPA considers it expedient to carry out changes to scheme in the interest of proper planning.