Dr Robert Musumeci is a warranted advocate and a perit. He also holds a Masters Degree in Conservation Technology in Masonry Buildings.

He is the founding partner of the architectural firm RMPERITI and prior to being admitted to the Maltese Bar in 2016, he had practiced as a perit since 1998. He is a former chairperson of the Building Industry Consultative Council (BICC) and presently holds the post of advisor within the office of the Prime Minister of Malta. Dr Musumeci was directly involved in the reforms which led to Malta Environment and Planning Authority’s demerger and the establishment of the new Lands Authority in 2016.

Dr Musumeci has published several academic articles related to planning legislation. He was selected by the Faculty of Laws (University of Malta) for the prize of Best Doctor of Laws Thesis Award 2016 for his thesis entitled 'The Development Planning Act 2016 - A critical Appraisal'.

Tribunal cannot investigate allegations of fraudulent information
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A request for the sanctioning of retractable glass situated along the Birgu...
Not eligible to redevelop a room that had not existed
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The Tribunal agreed with the Authority in that a reservoir existed on site...
Tribunal rejects request for ‘tables and chairs’ in front of Gzira catering establishment
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A planning application for the placing of chairs and tables on a demountable...
‘Place of worship’ approved in Blata l-Bajda
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A request for the change of use of a showroom to a 'place of worship'...
Duty to give reasons
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On a site in Santa Venera, the planning commission rejected an application...
Of legitimate expectations in planning law
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A planning application for a LIDL supermarket located outside the development...
Previous planning permits may not be ignored
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Permission for the demolition of a washroom, followed by the construction of an...
Planning Tribunal reluctant to probe into ‘civil issues’
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The Planning Authority granted planning permission for 'additions and...