Ulysses Lodge covers one third of site given for development - DLH - http://www.timesofmalta.com/
The present tourist complex in Ramla l-Hamra takes up 32 per cent of the recently approved site of a 23-unit new development, Din l-Art Helwa said yesterday.

The national trust insisted that while Mepa granted a permit for the redevelopment of the "existing commercial complex", the present Ulysses Lodge complex takes up 8,000 square metres, or 32 per cent, of the total area given up for the development of the new property. The rest of the land is portioned as follows: 27 per cent is undeveloped land, 29 per cent consists of structures that had been developed illegally and the remaining 12 per cent consists of a villa and two rural dwellings, DLH added.

All of the land in question lies outside development zone in a rural area of high scenic value and close to a protected Natura 2000 site, it said.
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23 Jun 2007 by Saveramla.com