The Malta Developers Association (MDA) is the highest body and voice of private Real Estate developers in Malta.
MDA links private real estate developers to the relevant state authorities and to customers through numerous initiatives and activities.
MDA aims at bringing the majority of organised private real estate developers under a single umbrella and act as a potent force that promises the rapid development of the sector in the new decade.
MDA promotes responsible development and ownership of real estate in Malta through legislative advocacy, educational programs and professional networking opportunities.
MDA advances responsible, sustainable development that creates jobs and benefits the communities in which its members work and live.
Its main aims are:
- To provide a central organisation for real estate developers.
- To provide a united front in making recommendations to government on ways of promoting real estate development and in seeking solutions to practical problems in the property market.
- To pool resources together towards greater economies of scale in real estate development and also ensure that members conform to national building standards and planning laws.
- In the spirit of the search for appropriate technology, the Association shall promote the use of local inputs and finance research into suitability of local building materials.
- To liaise with financial institutions in developing more effective development schemes
- To establish links with real estate institutions and allied bodies at home and abroad with the aim of promoting and attracting more foreign investment to the industry.
MDA wants to be responsive, respected, responsible and relevant in partnering with the state and national policies to further improve the quality of life in Malta and Gozo.
Anger about Paceville master plan expropriations justified – Sandro Chetcuti
Monday, November 21st, 2016
MDA President Sandro Chetcuti, in an interview with The Sunday Times of Malta on 20 November, 2016, said he understood residents’ anger over plans to expropriate their property in Paceville.
MDA agrees with increase in minimum wage
Friday, November 4th, 2016
The Malta Developers Association supports the request made by a coalition of NGOs for an increase in the minimum wage. The MDA also agrees that the time has come for a revision of the mechanism by which the cost of living allowance (COLA) is worked out so as to reflect current economic circumstances.