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Acquisition and ownership of agricultural land reform

CLOSED CONSULTATION  

  
 
From: Ministry for Agriculture, Fisheries and Animal Rights
(Agriculture Directorate)
​Published: ​4 October 2022
Running till: ​8 November 2022
​Last Updated: ​9 November 2022

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Original Consultation


1.        Background​


In line with the Electoral Manifesto Promise 582
“Ser nirrevedu u naġġornaw il-liġijiet tal-qbiela sabiex niggarantixxu li l-art agrikola tibqa’ tinħadem minn bdiewa u tipproduċi l-ikel, b’rispett lejn id-drittijiet tas-sidien tal-art u l-ħtieġa li l-kera tirrifletti ż-żminijiet tal-lum” a white paper is being submitted with a concrete proposal to address this issue.

The aim of the proposed reform is to regulate the agricultural land market in the public interest in a legitimate and proportionate manner so as to make it fair to all parties, reduce speculation, protect rural areas and above all support farming in the focus of its importance in the food supply.
  Several control measures in the field of agricultural land acquisition and ownership are being proposed.  Some of these measures bring about changes in   pre-existing mechanisms, while others, such as those directed towards the control of the price of the lease of agricultural land, are being introduced for the first time.

 
 
 
3.        Submission of input
 
Submissions were sent in through one of the following channels:
By post:        Agriculture Land Reform White Paper
                    Agriculture Directorate
                    Agriculture Research and Innovation Hub
                    Ingiered Road,
                    Marsa   MRS3300

Submissions were received by 8 November 2022.

We thank you for your input.

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·         Disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act (Chapter 496)
As we are a public authority all documents we hold, including documents related to this public consultation process, may be released following a request to us under the Freedom of Information Act (Chap. 496), unless such request may be subject of an exemption arising from the same Act.​


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