For the purposes of subarticle (9) of article 31 of the Development Planning Act, the development referred to in sub-paragraph (ix) of paragraph 2 of Class 1 of the Development Notification Order, 2001 shall be deemed for all intents and purposes of law to be a new development which shall be allowed to take place in terms of a development order notwithstanding that there might exist illegal dev
These Byelaws apply to all land within the boundaries of the locality of Gharb that fall under the authority and administration of the Gharb Local Council according to the provisions of the Local Councils Act. It is prohibited, among other things, to damage trees, plants and flowers or to cut trees on public lands.
These Regulations lay down some amendments to regulations 5, 6 and 7 of the Assessment and Management of Flood Risks Regulations, which concern flood hazard maps and flood risk management plans.
Amends: Assessment and Management of Flood Risks Regulations, 2010 (L.N. 264 of 2010). (2010)
These Regulations supplement the Immovable Property (Designation of Special Areas) Regulations by inserting new regulations 4 and 5. These new provisions concern further circumstances under which the Minister of Finance is entitled to issue an order designating an area as a Special Designated Area, upon application by non residents who intend to acquire immovable property.
In paragraph 1 of the Third Schedule, for the words “as provided in paragraph (a) of subarticle (1) of article 15 of this Act, there shall be substituted the words” as provided in subarticle (1) of article 15 of this Act. The Third Schedule sets out procedures of appeal with the Planning Appeal Board.
These Regulations set out the Nitrates Action Programme and lay down provisions applicable to agricultural activities in Malta. The aim is to reduce pollution of water resources by nitrates from agricultural sources. Regulation 4 establishes that any farmer responsible for agricultural activities must prepare each year a fertilizer plan in respect of its holding.
These Regulations were adopted to fulfill the obligations laid down in European Community Regulation (EC) No. 166/2006 concerning the establishment of a European Pollutant Release and Transfer Register. These provisions establish reporting templates and timeframes for reporting, pursuant to article 7(1) of that Regulation.
For purposes of section 55B of the Development Planning Act, the development referred to in sub-paragraph (ix) of paragraph 2 of Class 1 of the Development Notification Order, 2001 shall be allowed to take place notwithstanding that there might exist illegal development referred to in subarticle (1) of article 55b of the Act on the same site.
"Development" is described in subsection 30.2 as the carrying out of building, engineering, mining or other operations for construction, demolition or alterations in, on, over, or under any land or the making of any material change of use of land or building excluding, inter alia, the use for agriculture, animal husbandry and forestry, except where such use consists in the erection of buildings
These Regulations concern the use of sewage sludge in agriculture. The aim of these provisions in to prevent harmful effects on soil, vegetation, animals and human beings by encouraging the correct use of such sewage sludge. The Department of for Environment Protection shall ensure that the sludge shall be tested in accordance with Schedule 1.