Press Release - Request for enforcement notice at site of Ulysses Lodge at Ramla Bay, Gozo
Following the revocation of both the outline and full permits for the development of villas instead of Ulysses Lodge at Ramla Bay, Gozo, by the Malta Environment and Planning Authority, MEPA, a request was filed with the said authority to issue enforcement notice existing development on site. The request was filed by environment planning consultant Architect Lino Bianco on behalf of Carmen Bajada, a resident and local councilor in Xaghra Local Council.

Both permits were revoked by MEPA following detailed reports by Architect Bianco which included proof that information contained in the respective applications was “false, misleading or incorrect” in terms of Article 39A of the Development Planning Act. One of these reports includes proof that half the area that was declared by the applicant as “developed and disturbed land” is not covered by a development permit.

Following the revocation of the permits, Architect Bianco officially requested MEPA to apply and enforce articles 51, 52 and 55A of the Development Planning Act and thus issue a stop and enforcement notice with respect to the applicant and request to remove the illegality and reinstate site to its original state.
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11 Oct 2007 by