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PA 03807/17 (EA 00007/17): Updated Documentation to the EIA Report

OPEN CONSULTATION

 
From: Ministry for the Environment, Climate Change and Planning
(
Environment & Resources Authority)
​Published: 16 February 2021
Running till: 17 March 2021
​Last Updated: 16 February 2021

1.        Background​

The Applicant is currently proposing a downscaled version of the development in question. The differences between the original and the current (2020) proposals are summarised in the EIA coordinators statement (ref: Doc A01). 

Project Description: Proposed City Centre multi-use development, including excavation of former ITS site & Wesghet Lewis V. Farrugia/Wesghet George Portanier, demolition of modern structures, sanctioning of partly demolished non-scheduled building, retention of Grade 2 scheduled buildings and Cold War substation, construction of a 5 Star Hotel (386 rooms) Class 3B, 179 residences, commercial office space (Class 4A), shopping mall (Class 4B) and restaurants (Class 4C and 4D) and basement / surface car park. The proposal also includes the retention and integration of Grade 2 military blocks, Cold War substation and integration of other existing structures.

Location: Site at, Former ITS Site, Wesghet George Portanier & Wesghet Lewis V. Farrugia, Triq il-Profs. Walter Ganado, Triq Pietru D'Armenia, Pembroke & Triq il-Profs. Walter Ganado, Ix-Xatt ta' San Gorg, San Giljan, Malta.


2.        Consultation Questions

The Environment and Resources Authority is in receipt of Updated Documentation to the EIA on the development mentioned above. The general public is invited to submit written comments on the said documentation.

 
3.        Documents

Documents may be retrieved from:
https://era.org.mt/era-project/pa03807-17/​
4.        Submission of input
 
Submissions must be sent in through the following channels:
By email:      eia.malta@era.org.mt
By post:        EIA Team
                    Environment & Resources Authority
                    Hexagon House,
                    Spencer Hill,
                    Marsa, MRS 1441

Submissions must be received by 17 March 2021.
We thank you in advance for your input.

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