Planning Appeals against the revocation of planning permits for development of villas in Ramla Bay, Gozo
Planning Appeals against the revocation of planning permits for development of villas in Ramla Bay, Gozo,
Will be decided coming Friday, 2nd October


The case relating to the revocation of development permits for the construction of villas in Ramla Bay, Gozo, by the Malta Environment and Planning Authority (MEPA), will be decided by the Planning Appeals Board coming Friday 2nd October.

The Planning Appeals Board will be handing in a preliminary decision relating to the underpayment of levy by the appellant due to the Board, which preliminary decision may revoke planning appeals submitted thus upholding the revocation of the permits.

MEPA revoked these permits following detailed reports submitted by environment planning consultant and architect Perit Lino Bianco on behalf of Carmen Bajada, a resident and local councilor in Xaghra Local Council. These reports included proof that the outline permit was issued on information that was “false, misleading or incorrect” in terms of Article 39A of the Development Planning Act.

During last sitting of the Planning Appeals Board, when the case was deferred for the decision, Perit Bianco requested the Board to abide with its ruling of 6th February 2009 where it had granted the applicant two calendar months to effect the necessary payment, and hence turn down the planning appeal, thus upholding the revocation of the permits for development of villas at Ramla Bay.
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02 Oct 2009 by Saveramla.com