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01 August 2022
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GRTU Deputy President Philip Fenech has this week attended the launch of the Tourism Policy draft which was addressed by the Minister of Tourism Dr Edward Zammit Lewis.
The policy draft included the contribution of all stakeholders which could be affected within the tourism industry. Amongst these stakeholders GRTU proposed a number of recommendations which included the proposal to maximise the use of resources within Malta’s localities. It is important that tourists are spread amongst all localities. This will ease the increasing pressure on the infrastructure resulting from the increase in tourists flow.
GRTU proposes allowing the change of use for buildings which can be used for back office work or for other activities of an economic value. GRTU also urged the Government to invest in the infrastructure within the localities so that tourists can have easy access to facilities everywhere they choose to go and stay.
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