A large garage, with an external footprint of over 63m², built without permits along Triq il-Banjijiet Rumani between Mgarr and Zebbiegh, has been demolished by Mepa, The Times reports.
The Authority also intervened on two separate sites in Gozo. In Qala, it demolished a rural structure which was constructed on the periphery of an ODZ area, along the ridge which lies below the promenade, best know for its breathtaking views of Malta and Comino. The illegal structure, which the contravenor tried to camouflage with vegetation, included a room with rubble wall cladding, another structure below it, and an unsightly metal pipe structure above it. According to The Times, this operation spanned over two days.
In Kercem in Triq l-Ghadir, the Authority removed a number of concrete slabs that were illegally placed over a reservoir that was not to be roofed over so as to avoid its possible conversion to some other use.
The Authority, in late June, also removed a large illegal structure which was roofing an area covering approximately 54 square meters in a sensitive rural area known as Ta’ Majru in the limits of Marsascala, the Times adds.
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