Friday, October 18, 2013

Tell MEPA not to allow further development on Qui-si-sana coast

Residents in Sliema are expressing their concern with the proposed privatization of part of Qui-si-sana's coast, which you can read about on this link:

Sliema Local Council has objected to the the original and revised applications, and has insisted that pristine globigerina coastline should be preserved unconditionally, as this is rich in marine flora and fauna, and should be kept public.

Those who want to defend this part of Qui-si-sana coast are urged to submit their objections to MEPA, by following these steps:

1. Go to

2. In column on right, "Case Search", type in 02601 13, and click on 'Case Search' option.

3. You have now entered page concerning this application. Scroll down and under 'images' section, you will find an option to 'submit representation'. Click on it, fill in details, write your comments, and send your objection to MEPA by clicking on 'submit comments'.

Please pass on this message to all those who want to defend Malta's environment and public land.

1 comment:

  1. We were appalled when we visited qui si sana beach and found that that part of our beach did not exist any more. It is impossible that an even larger portion of popular public beach, without accessibility to the sea, is even remotely considered as a private concession. Jien ivvotajt biex Malta tkun taghna lkoll, mhux ta' min ghandu s-sahha.