Businesses claim roadworks blocked access to properties

Nineteen businesses in Burmarrad Road, limits of Naxxar, have filed a judicial protest against Transport Malta claiming they cannot get to their properties because of the disastrous way the road had been left in.

The companies are AMC Marketing Limited, Intervisions Limited, Keramit Bathroom Centre, Dimech Enterprises Limited, Park Towers Supermarket, The Catering Centre Limited, Hompesch Trading Company Limited, Good Earth Distributors Limited, Tarcisio Galea Construction Limited, U-Store Limited, Retail Marketing Limited, RA & Sons Limited, Prickly Pear Catering Limited, AX Construction Limited, Car Parts Limited, Apple Core Foods Limited, Construction and Demolition Waste Limited, Brown and Rye Catering limited, Y & P Marketing Limited, and include business owners Nicola Russo and James Armeni.

They claimed in their protest that works started on September 1 and for the past three weeks nothing was done on the site.

They demanded that the works are completed and requested compensation for the damages.

Lawyer Kris Borg singed the protest.


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