Minister Aaron Farrugia said that the next edition of the planning blueprint for Malta will be issued in two years’ time.
Grech held a meeting with MDA on Thursday in which he said that land must not be developed and exploited but instead developed in a way that adds value to the country’s environment and resources.
The project involves the development of 57 apartments, several shops and office space.
The proposed development borders an Urban Conservation Area (UCA) from two sides and is above the local height designations
Planning Authority insists no cart ruts were found
The extension will be valid for those compliance certificates which have a validity period expiring between 15 March and 15 June.
The European Commission has approved a €5.3 million Maltese direct grants scheme to support investment in research and development related to the coronavirus outbreak.
Moviment Graffitti has submitted its objection to the Planning Authority against the construction of a complex described by the NGO as massive in Marsaxlokk.