Tag: Infrastructure Malta

Full development permit required for road in Dingli – Moviment Graffitti

The NGO called on the Infrastructure Ministry and the Environment Ministry to halt the plans to build this road. It also called on the authorities to remove the incomplete road drawings from the Local Plan.

New Santa Luċija underpass inaugurated

The inauguration ceremony was attended by Prime Minister Robert Abela, Transport Minister Ian Borg and Parliamentary Secretary for EU funds Stefan Zrinzo Azzopardi.

‘New road in Dingli will wreak architectural heritage & threatens farmers’...

In a joint statement the KPKK and the KA stated that it is indeed ironic that Infrastructure Malta undertook the work on this street just after the public consultation stage of the draft Rural Policy and Design Guidance 2020 which is supposed to support farmers in their agricultural activities.

Watch: Dar tal-Kleru gardens being revived

One of the last remaining green lungs in Birkirkara – the grounds of the Dar tal-Kleru – is being regenerated through a collaboration between the Archdiocese of Malta and Infrastructure Malta.
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Dingli residents and activists appeal against planned road

After their direct action earned them a reprieve, DIngli residents, farmers and Moviment Graffitti have appealed to the government to stop the construction of a planned road and to preserve the locality’s cultural, environmental and agricultural heritage.

Government praises farmers, then seizes their land – AD/PD

Alternattiva Demokratika and Partit Demokratiku questioned the mixed messages government sent to farmers, noting that in the space of one day, a new support scheme was launched while Infrastructure Malta geared up to build a road over arable land.

Workers at Marsa Junction test positive for Covid-19

A number of workers involved in the Marsa Junction Project site have tested positive for Covid-19, with Infrastructure Malta stating that the completion of the project is likely to be delayed ‘for a few weeks.’

Gate installed after public failed to cooperate, Infrastructure Malta claims

"It was due to this irresponsible behavior that we had to cordon off the area," the spokesperson said.

Central Link works leave residents of Attard street ‘locked in their...

Residents of Ferdinand Inglott Street in Attard have found their street closed off with a padlocked gate as Infrastructure Malta continues to work on the Central Link Project nearby, Moviment Graffitti is reporting.

Marsa-Ħamrun bypass flyover northbound on-slip to be closed on Friday

Originally Infrastructure Malta planned to close the northbound flyover of the Marsa-Ħamrun bypass on Monday night. However the reconstruction plans of the old wing wall of the northbound flyover have now been postponed.