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All articles • 'planning authority'
Tribunal denounces PA’s arbitrary release of documents
Townscapes 21-04

A Planning Authority official confirmed that registered objectors to an application only have access to documents made available to the general public

Architects rail against Planning Authority freeze on applications during Easter
Property 12-04

Architect’s chamber says members not allowed to submit planning applications during Easter Week

ODZ permits already up by 74% over last year
Townscapes 12-04

The number of Outside Development Zone permits granted by the Planning Authority so far this year is 74% greater than the number awarded in the same period last year

PA committee grants blessing for five more storeys on Gzira tower
Townscapes 10-04

Despite Gzira tower’s marked impact on views to Valletta, Planning Authority’s Design Advisory Committee gives blessing to five additional storeys on the 16-storey tower

Retired judge to review ERA, PA working relationship
Townscapes 07-04

A MaltaToday probe had found that 69% of ODZ application approved by the Planning Authority had been objected to by the Environment watchdog

Developer proposes tunnel instead of planned stairway in Sliema
Townscapes 07-04

Instead of the public stairway which was never constructed, the planning application proposes a 50-meter long and two-meter wide tunnel

Application turned down due to illegalities
Planning Blog 07-04

The appellant evidently failed to take action with regard to the site illegalities 

Architects urge PA for urban regeneration of Hal Mula
Townscapes 03-04

The Chamber of Architects has said that urban regeneration is the only solution to address the issues caused by mixed land uses in Hal Mula

Old Xewkija milk plant architectural features protected
Townscapes 28-03

The former milk plant, designed by renowned architect Joseph Huntingford, now enjoys protection status

Updated | Planning Authority turns down Durumblat development
Townscapes 21-03

The Planning Authority has rejected a three-floor development proposed for Durumblat road in Mosta 

Planning Authority approves Cloisters redevelopment in St Julian’s
Townscapes 02-03

Mrabat Street house and gardens will become boutique hotel with new seven-story apartment block

Height extension for Blackley’s Bakery approved by PA, chairman votes against
Townscapes 02-03

Scheduled former Pietà bakery is approved for restoration and addition of floors and penthouse level for office building

Agritourism with 675m2 of new buildings proposed in Zebbiegh
Environment 02-03

So far there have been five applications for agritourism projects, two in Gozo and three in Malta, none of which has been approved yet

PA appeals tribunal reverses decision that twice refused illegal Dwejra boathouse
Townscapes 24-02

The tribunal justified regularising the boathouse by arguing that the Dwejra Action Plan approved in November 2005 envisioned the regularisation

Three ways new planning polices made Malta’s countryside ripe for plunder
Townscapes 23-02

Nationalist MP Toni Bezzina’s application to build a country home outside development zones reopens the Pandora’s box of policies Labour devised to allow more rural construction. James Debono explains how

New planning parameters for Ħal Mula 'do away' with mixed-use zone approach
Townscapes 16-02

The Planning Authority's proposals for the Ħal Mula area aim to address the current poor quality environment resulting from conflicting development patterns

Planning Authority launches Magħtab planning strategy guidance for public consultation
Townscapes 14-02

The Planning Authority has issued for public consultation a new planning strategy guidance for the Magħtab area aimed at addressing 'planning lacunas' for the Magħtab area in the Central Malta Local Plan

Illegal ‘agricultural stores’ get a massive makeover and the PA’s green light
Townscapes 10-02

The regularisation of a 380-square metre site of illegally developed stores inside Rabat’s Dwejra ‘high landscape value’ area is amongst the largest sites to be regularised in recent years

An abuse-prone system allows horse stables to turn into private dwellings
Townscapes 10-02

Stables are still being approved through development guidelines, which do not contain a safeguard to prevent them from turning into dwellings

Planning Authority unanimously approves plans for Barts medical school in Gozo
Townscapes 09-02

The Planning Authority board this morning approved the full development permission application for the new Barts medical school at the Gozo General Hospital

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