The MDA said that what happened in the case of other massive property development projects on public land, under different administrations, should not be repeated.
MDA said in a statement released on Monday that this is the second month in a row which has seen a staggering increase in the number of registered promises of sale.
MDA which has described the markings as shocking environmental damage said that this latest example of immediate action shows how collaboration and cooperation yields results.
Preliminary data shows that more than 1,600 promises of sale were registered last month, with a total value exceeding €330 million. This puts July 2020 as one of the best months since 2017.
The EU's recovery fund will be composed of €390 billion in grants and €360 billion in loans. This will be attached to a new €1.074 trillion seven-year budget
The ‘Safer Neighbourhood Scheme’ was presented by The Malta Developers Association on Friday. A scheme which the Chamber described as a step in the right direction.
Neighbours living adjacent to a construction site will now be able to have a professional report drawn up on the method statement and on the state of their property before the commencement of any adjacent project.
"Tackle the issue head-on before it is too late"
The MDA has announced that following the death of Miriam Pace, who was found under the debris of her house that collapsed due to ongoing excavation works on an adjacent site in Ħamrun on Monday, construction works, on all sites in Malta and Gozo, will not be carried out on Thursday.