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PA 01123/20 (EA 00021/20): Construction of St. Albert the Great Community College

Class 2C; consisting of three blocks above ground: Child care/Kinder/Administration block, Early and Middle school block and Senior school block, including also external sports facilities and educational horticultural spaces (retained agricultural land), and underlying car parking (two levels), auditorium, indoor sport facilities, and water reservoirs. – Site at, Dawret Ħal Għaxaq c/w Triq il-Ħareb c/w Unnamed Alley, Il-Ħareb, Ħal Għaxaq


From: Ministry for the Environment, Energy and Enterprise
(Environment & Resources Authority (ERA)​)
​Published on: ​2 January 2023
​Running till: ​31 January 2023
​Last Updated: ​1 February 2023
1.        Background

The proposal seeks to construct a new school – St. Albert the Great Community College – with ancillary sport facilities and a childcare centre. The proposal includes four separate blocks with underground indoor sports facilities, underground car parking, external sports facilities and an auditorium.

The proposal requires an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) as per Schedule I, Category II, Section Development with a site area of 2 ha or more and Section Projects which have (i) a site area of 3 ha or more of the Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations (S.L. 549.46).

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

3.        Documents - may be retrieved from:

4.        Submission of input
Submissions were sent in through the following channels:.
By post:    EIA Team
                Environment & Resources Authority
                Hexagon House,
                Spencer Hill,
                Marsa, MRS 1441     

Submissions were received by 31 January 2023.
We thank you for your input.

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