Fabian Demicoli

Consultation: MEPA Reform

 The Government in collaboration with the
Malta Environment and Planning Authority has launched a three week public
consultation to listen to suggestions from the public on how the planning
system and other procedures within MEPA can be simplified.Through this reform, Government
intends to reduce bureaucratic procedures and eliminate procedures which
overlap and duplicate work.

The process is also part of the
government's plan to divide MEPA into two Authorities, with an Authority
responsible for Planning and Sustainable Development and another responsible
for the Environment and Resources.

GRTU is currently drafting its
position in reply to the consultation and members wishing to raise points and
have them included in GRTU's position are invited to send any comments/
suggestions they have on
by Wednesday 5th June.

One can also send their contributions
directly on .

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