Monday, April 30, 2018

Planning Authority yet to decide on scheduling of Fort Cambridge officers’ mess

Malta Today's James Debono writes about Sliema Local Council's request to schedule the Fort Cambridge officers' mess, which is under consideration at the Planning Authority. Developers have proposed a 40-storey tower on site.

Read the article here:

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Lessons in Maltese and English Reading and Writing for Primary Level Students

 Lessons in Maltese and English Reading and Writing for Primary Level Students (Maltese and foreign).
  • Each course is made up of 5 two hour lessons.
  • Emphasis will be given to both reading and writing in both languages.
  • Pupils will be put in groups according to their age.
  • The lessons will be held  at the Sliema Primary School.
  • Qualified and experienced teachers.
  • Handouts will be provided for free.
  • Children who attend Summer School will be taken from their classes by the teachers and taken back to class by said teachers.
  • The dates of the lessons would be 12th, 19th, 26th July, 2nd August and 9th August
  • The course fee is €20 per child                                                                                                                                    
Anyone interested in sending his child is kindly requested to fill in the form below and submit it together with the payment at the Sliema Local Council by not later than Thursday 28th June 2018. 
Name of Student _______________________
School __________________________
Academic year the student has just finished _________________
Mobile number of a parent or guardian of the student ___________

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Townsquare appeal decision on 3 May

The Townsquare appeal decision will be read on 3rd May 2018 at 13.00

The venue will be the Environment and Planning Review Tribunal - further down the road from the Planning Authority.

Sliema Local Council, Flimkien għal Ambjent Aħjar, Friends of the Earth Malta, the Ramblers Association and the Qui si-Sana and Tigne' Residents association had appealed against the PA decision to approve development of a 38 storey highrise.