MIDI to enter into Manoel Island guardianship agreement

Company to be bound to guarantee public access to Fort Manoel, its glacis and foreshore

MIDI plc will be entering into an agreement binding it to ensure public access to Fort Manoel is safeguarded
MIDI plc will be entering into an agreement binding it to ensure public access to Fort Manoel is safeguarded

MIDI plc will soon be entering into a guardianship agreement, regarding Manoel Island, with the Gzira local council, which will bind the company to ensure that Fort Manoel is used in a manner which guarantees public access to the fort.

It will also have to make sure that the glacis around the fort, together with its foreshore, can be accessed by the public, MIDI company secretary Catherine Formosa said today.

MIDI plc had been set up in 1992 and charged with leading the revitilisation of Manoel Island and Tigne Point, Sliema.

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