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Discussion Paper - Camping, Caravanning and Picnicking sites on the Maltese Islands


From: Ministry for the Environment, Climate Change and Planning
(Planning Authority)
​Published: 24 February 2021
Running till: 30 March 2021
​Last Updated: ​1 April 2021

1.        Background​

The Authority has released its “Camping, Caravanning and Picnicking Sites on the Maltese Islands” discussion paper to inform the public of Malta’s existing policy framework within the Local Plans related to recreational land use. The document also raises issues to consider in the designation and implementation of rural sites for recreational use. One main issue remains that land in Malta is limited, implying that recreational land uses predominantly need to be planned for in a sustainable and shared manner.

2.        Documents

The document is available on the Authority’s website

3.        Submission of input

Representations were to be made in writing and sent through e-mail address:

Submissions were received by 30 March 2021.​
We thank you for your input.

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In addition, please be aware of:
·         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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