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PropertyMalta Foundation holds national conference

Sunday, December 3rd, 2017

Malta Developers Association (MDA) President Sandro Chetcuti, in his capacity as Chairman of the PropertyMalta Foundation, appealed to those attended the National Conference – Analysis of the Property and Construction Industry, last Thursday to come forward with ideas on how to improve the Malta property product.

“We can learn by combining our knowhow and work more professionally,” he said. Apart from taking part in its first international property fair in Cannes, France, last month, the PropertyMalta Foundation intends to launch an on-line campaign to reach different audiences. Read more »

National Conference : Analysis of the Property & Construction Industry

Tuesday, November 14th, 2017

National Conference : Analysis of the Property & Construction Industry

Thursday 30th November 2017
Grand Hotel Excelsior, Valletta
Registration at 8.15am.
Lunch will be served at the end of the conference at 12.30pm.

The recent KPMG Property & Construction Industry Study commissioned by the Malta Developers Association will be published and discussed during the conference. A copy of the document will be given to all participants.

Hon. Ian Borg, Hon. Chris Agius and Hon. Edward Scicluna will also be addressing the conference.

Conference fee : Eur70
(includes coffee breaks & lunch)
FREE OF CHARGE FOR MDA MEMBERS

The conference will be addressed in Maltese.

 

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MDA President on MEPA’s Role

The Malta Developers Association refers to the press release issued by Din l-Art Ħelwa. The MDA’s President Michael Falzon denies that he described the Malta Environment and Planning Authority’s work as “collecting lizards”. Neither did he denigrate the country’s biodiversity. This can be verified by listening to the interview carried out with Mr Falzon last Tuesday on www.di-ve.com.

Mr Falzon was referring to the increase in MEPA fees and he said that, while the MDA agrees that it is applicants of development permits who should shoulder the cost of processing their applications, it was not right that these applicants should be burdened with funding other MEPA activities and initiatives that have nothing to do with the processing of applications.

The cost of these activities and initiatives, which include investigating lizards, should be borne by the state and not charged surreptitiously to applicants of development permits, whether they are developers or ordinary citizens.

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