Fabian Demicoli

MEPA Reform

 

 GRTU conducted a survey among developers to produce a Document for the reform of MEPA. This Document includes a wide ranging set of proposals that while sustaining the developers and construction industry, ensures a constant flow of quality construction that meets the demand of a changing market.

 

The GRTU Document ensures that growth is contained within the limits of an environment that is acceptable to all. The Document also provides for efficient and easy means of redress to all concerned with the environmental impact of specific development projects. It safeguards the developers from the abuse of those who on the flimsy of excuses negate the country, developers, construction industry service providers and worker of the opportunity to support their work or economic activity as it is their right as citizens of Malta.

The Document strives to meet the interests of all without allowing one sector to over-step on the rights of others. GRTU's Documents will be made available on GRTU's website: www.grtu.org.mt. 

 

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