National Architecture policy to be drawn up

The process to draft a National Policy for Architecture was launched yesterday at the Fine Arts Museum in Valletta, with a view to bringing Malta's built environment in line with EU practices.

Chamber of Architects president David Pace said the policy's aim would be to inform the public of their rights to enjoy a built environment that was socially, economically and environmentally sound; to work towards achieving a sustainable built environment for today's and future generations; to raise awareness of and protect cultural aspects of the built environment; and to contribute towards achieving good governance in architectural matters.

The full article on today's Times of Malta can be read here.

While such a step is heartening, and brings us one step closer to providing island residences of superior quality, I am stupefied as to why the maltese Federation of Estate Agents isn't being involved.


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