Council, ENGOs appeal Sliema tower decision

Sliema Local Council has officially filed an appeal before the Environment and Planning Review Tribunal (EPRT) in relation to the Planning Authority’s recent granting of the permit for Townsquare development - which includes a 38-storey tower.

The council said it is basing its appeal on the objections it has already raised during the initial submissions and hearings at the Planning Authority prior to its permit approval.


ENGOs Flimkien għal Ambjent Aħjar, Friends of the Earth Malta and Ramblers Association Malta, with the Qui si-Sana Resident’s Association also said they have filed an appeal over the Sliema tower. 

The appeal was prepared by Dr Claire Bonello and architect Carmel Cacopardo.

"We have committed ourselves to defending the residents’ interests and will take all the necessary measures to protect and safeguard our shared environment," the NGOs said. 


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