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WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT WEDNESDAY EDITION €1.00 WEDNESDAY • 8 NOVEMBER 2023 • ISSUE 868 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY EDITORIAL • PAGE 13 Robert Abela hits back in a fiery speech, announces changes to local plans JAMES DEBONO A private company has submitted a zoning ap- plication for the development of four residen- tial blocks on the site of the decommissioned Qajjenza gas filling plant. The application was filed by Paul Attard's Katari Developments Ltd and envisages four residential blocks ranging from four to eight floors and two four-story office blocks. However, most of the 23,906sq.m site is owned by Enemalta (13,561 sq.m) and the government (3,408 sq.m). An additional 6,273sq.m are held by private owners. MARIANNA CALLEJA IN hopes of a Malta led by a government with an "environ- ment close to its heart," Prime Minister Robert Abela revealed that a change in local plans in Wied il-Għajn will ensure that a marina will not built there. "Today I can announce that we will provide peace of mind to the residents of Wied il-Għa- jn with the change in the local plan that guarantees a marina will not be built there, contrary to what was allowed by the lo- cal plan during the time of the Nationalist administration," Abela said on Monday. Developer proposes flats on Enemalta Qajjenza site he does not own PAGE 4 PAGE 2 Developer Paul Attard proposes f lats on former gas cylinder filling plant in Qajjenza • Unclear what Enemalta's role is The decommissioned gas filling plant in Qajjenza Prime Minister Robert Abela

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