MEPA gives go ahead for MIDI nine-storey residential tower block

MEPA approves nine-storey tower block and two 14-storey residential blocks consisting of 102 apartments and catering outlets at ground floor.

The Malta Environment and Planning Authority has approved the construction for MIDI's Tigné Point's T-14 tower block, and two 14-storey residential blocks, comprising just over 100 apartments.

The decision was taken at a public hearing, where objections were raised by members of conservationist NGO Flimkien Ghal-Ambjent Ahjar, who claimed the plans were changed without any opportunity for the public to see them.

MIDI's decision to withdraw an application for a massive high-rise tower in Tigné was accompanied by a request by the same company for MEPA to process two other applications for the construction of two high-rise, albeit smaller developments.............

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