Government seeks permit for Birgu regatta’s restaurant
The government has stepped in to apply for the construction of a restaurant on top of the Birgu regatta club, despite previous objections by the Superintendence for Cultural...
Gozo: ‘Transitional zones’ invading land outside development zones
When ODZ is not ODZ: 2015 policy may lead to approval of ODZ development in Gozo
Dingli up in arms over re-proposed five-storey development

The village of Dingli is once again up in arms against a proposed five-storey...

The village of Dingli is once again up in arms against a...

40-storey Fort Cambridge tower hotel shaved down to 31

Fort Cambridge tower hotel down 11 metres from 40 to 31 storeys, but but number...

Fort Cambridge tower hotel down 11 metres from 40 to 31...

Planning Authority to resume public meetings with video-conferencing

Video-conferenced PA meetings, and all development permits extended by three...

Video-conferenced PA meetings, and all development permits...

Zonqor development has residents concerned

Residents in the area are up in arms insisting that the area should never have...

Residents in the area are up in arms insisting that the...

Mistrust and resentment over Testaferrata Street high-rise: 62% say no to new tower

Nearly two-thirds of residents in Gzira, Msida and Ta’ Xbiex disagreed with a proposed 15-storey tower on Testaferrata Street, which would stand beside...

Nearly two-thirds of residents in Gzira, Msida and...

Superintendence wary of Valletta excavations under Times building

Two basement floors from five, and seventh floor removed from Strickland House...

Two basement floors from five, and seventh floor removed...

Application filed for water polo pitch in Marsaskala bay

The domino effect set in motion by the planned campus for AUM has...

The domino effect set in motion by the planned campus for...

Planning Authority launches Magħtab planning strategy guidance for public consultation

The Planning Authority has issued for public consultation a new planning strategy guidance for the Magħtab area aimed at addressing 'planning...

The Planning Authority has issued for public...

Church urges government to commission own study on property development

The Church Environment Commission has expressed concern that the study commissioned by the Malta Developers Association will not go beyond the...

The Church Environment Commission has expressed concern...

Illegal ‘agricultural stores’ get a massive makeover and the PA’s green light

The regularisation of a 380-square metre site of illegally developed stores inside Rabat’s Dwejra ‘high landscape value’ area...

The regularisation of a 380-square metre site of...

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

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

Stables are still being approved through development...

Planning Commission asks Labour MP to retain townhouse façade

The Environment and Planning Commission has called on Labour MP Clifton...

The Environment and Planning Commission has called on...

Planning Authority unanimously approves plans for Barts medical school in Gozo

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

The Planning Authority board this morning approved the full...

Paradise Bay fines dropped over ‘incorrect’ enforcement

The Planning Authority’s appeals board has annulled an enforcement...

The Planning Authority’s appeals board has...

No Xemxija-to-Mellieha road link before 2025

A new road between Xemxija and Mellieha is still included in the list of new...

A new road between Xemxija and Mellieha is still included...

Planning Authority signs €82,000 agreement for three local council embellishment projects

The Planning Authority has committed €82,000 to three  embellishment projects for three different local councils 

The Planning Authority has committed €82,000 to three...

DB paying €15 million cash, but property buyers will front €23.4 million for ground rents

A €60 million price tag for the land occupied by the outgoing Institute for Tourism Studies is split between a €15 million premium payable...

A €60 million price tag for the land occupied by...

ITS site development ‘excessive and will worsen Paceville situation,’ Din l-Art Ħelwa says

The scale and intensity of development proposed for the site occupied by ITS is excessive for the site and the area, and will only worsen the parking problem...

The scale and intensity of development proposed for the...