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Title: Appraisal of planning control procedures and functions
Authors: Borg Fiorentino, Victor (1994)
Keywords: City planning and redevelopment law -- Malta
Planning Authority (Malta)
Issue Date: 1994
Citation: Borg Fiorentino, V. (1994). Appraisal of planning control procedures and functions (Higher Certificate report).
Abstract: An appraisal of Planning Control procedures and functions are outlined in this paper. This is mostly based on my experience and knowledge of the subject acquired through my fourteen years working with the Town Planning Office [now the Planning Directorate]. The main parts of the subject discussed are: A The problems encountered in dealing with particular planning scheme layouts when these are either not acceptable to developers/land owners or when developers implement scheme layouts differing from the official ones. Suggested mitigating measures to solve such anticipated problems are outlined. B. The problems relating to access to development which can be hindered by third parties not interested in developing or negotiating land for a proposed street. Suggested changes regarding acquisition of land for development accessibility are outlined to implement a more effective system and to encourage a phased development system for the betterment of all. C. The improvement of the Planning Control System which can be achieved by producing Local Plans together with detailed plans in order that those concerned with development can be guided by, and by creating public awareness for supporting the plans. The issue of recovery of the cost of procedures is discussed and proposals put forward for improving the system.
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