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Review of Fuel Service Station Policy (2015) - Phase 2

​CLOSED CONSULTATION  

  
 
From: PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARY FOR PLANNING AND THE PROPERTY Market
(Planning Authority)

​Published: ​29 April 2019
Running till: ​14 June 2019
​Last Updated: ​17 June 2019
1.        Background
 
Following Government's request to carry out a review of the 2015 Fuel Service Station Policy, the Planning Authority, after months of intense consultation with various entities, has published a new proposed policy framework for fuel stations.

The proposed policy will guide the future evaluation of planning applications related only to the relocation of existing fuel stations which are currently having an adverse impact on urban areas due to their proximity to residences and more.

The guidelines set out the parameters as to where existing fuel stations may be relocated to, the maximum footprint they can take up if located in certain areas, the maximum height a fuel station can be and other salient details.   

This proposed policy framework, should it get approved, will repeal the existing Fuel Service Stations Policy which was approved in April 2015.
 
2.        Documents

The proposed Fuel Stations Policy may be viewed on the PA's website www.pa.org.mt/consultation.

Policy Guidance for Fuel Stations_public consultation.pdfPolicy Guidance for Fuel Stations_public consultation.pdf

 
3.        Submission of input
 
Representations were made in writing and sent to postal address-: Planning Authority, Director of Planning, St Francis Ravelin, Floriana FRN1234 or through email: FSSP_review@pa.org.mt​

Submissions were received by 14 June 2019.                                
We thank you for your input.
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