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Declassification of Public Property from the Public Domain


From: Ministry for Public Works and Planning
(​Planning Authority)​
​Published: 2 December 2022
Running till: ​5 January 2023
​Last Updated: 6 January 2023

1.        Background​

The Mini
ster responsible for Lands has requested the Planning Authority to prepare a report on the declassification from the Public Domain of three sites that are public property.

The main purpose of this request is to proceed with projects which will serve both private and public interests.

The sites are:

    1. Chalet, Triq it-Torri, Sliema
    2. Triq Dawret il-Qawra, Bugibba l/o St.Paul’s Bay (Site A)
    3. Triq Dawret il-Qawra, Bugibba l/o St.Paul’s Bay (Site D)

Maps of the respective site may be viewed on the PA’s website

2.        Documents
These documents are also available on the Authority’s website​
3.        Submission of input

Submissions were sent in through one of the following channels:
By email: or
By post:    Planning Director (Public Domain),
                Planning Authority,
                St. Francis Ravelin,
                ​Floriana   FRN1230

Submissions were received by 5 January 2023.
We thank you for your input.

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·         Disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act (Chapter 496)
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