PRESS RELEASE - MEPA numb on illegal development on site of Ulysses Lodge at Ramla Bay, Gozo
To date, no press statement has been issued by the Malta Environment and Planning Authority, MEPA, with respect to the formal request to issue an enforcement notice on part of the existing development at the site known as Ulysses Lodge, declared by the applicant as “developed and disturbed land”. The request was filed by environment planning consultant Architect Lino Bianco on behalf of Carmen Bajada, a resident and local councillor in Xaghra Local Council.

Following the revocation of both the outline and full permits for the development of villas instead of Ulysses Lodge at Ramla Bay, Gozo, Architect Bianco submitted a detailed report to MEPA which includes proof that half the area that was declared as “developed and disturbed land” is not covered by a development permit. The report includes a drawing showing the extent of the illegal development.

The Save Ramla Committee will early next week be making this technical report available on its website
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19 Oct 2007 by