Entries by Kamra tal-Periti

UoM launches new MSc programmes in Sustainable Building Design & Building Services

The Department of Environmental Design in conjunction with the Department of Mechanical Engineering have announced two MSc programmes targeted at Periti and Building Services Engineers earlier today. In a statement published today the UoM stated that “the ever-developing professions of the Perit and the Engineer, have evolved in tandem with today’s latest technological developments in buildings […]

KTP clarifies LAND ARBITRATION BOARD Call

The President of the Council, Professor Alex Torpiano, has this morning announced that the deadline for submission of expressions of interest to assist the Land Arbitration Board is being extended to the 16th June 2017, as per below: Act XVII of 2017  Reference is made to the notice published in this newspaper on Friday, 19 May, […]

Towards a Zero Carbon Economy Beyond 2030 | Sustainable Urban Centers | Malta, 29 May 2017

In collaboration with Climate-KIC (www.climate-kic.org), Paragon Europe is organising the conference “Towards a Zero Carbon Economy Beyond 2030 – Sustainable Urban Centres” under the Auspices of the Maltese Presidency of the Council of the European Union on 29th  May which will be hosted by Hon. José Herrera, Minister for Sustainable Development, the Environment and Climate […]

PR 07/17 | Consultation with Parliamentary Standing Committee for the Environment and Development Planning

In a letter to the Parliamentary Secretary for Planning, the Kamra tal-Periti (Chamber of Architects and Civil Engineers) referred to the Development Planning Act enacted in 2016, and in particular to the procedures established therein regarding revisions to the Spatial Strategy and to Subsidiary Plans and Local Plans, which require that the Parliamentary Standing Committee […]

KTP asks Government to protect industrial heritage in Marsa Power Station Site

In a statement published earlier today, the Kamra tal-Periti called on Government to identify and protect those buildings present within the Marsa Power Station Complex. The Chamber referred to a recent conference organised by the Grand Harbour Regeneration Corporation (GHRC) during which “the importance of the regeneration of certain degraded areas, yet ironically parts of […]

PR 05/17 | Marsa Power Station

The Kamra tal-Periti exhorts Government and Enemalta to reconsider the demolition of those parts of the old Marsa Power Station that are considered to have significant architectural quality and that form an important part of our industrial heritage. Only last week, the Grand Harbour Regeneration Corporation organised a morning conference extolling the importance of the […]

PR 04/17 | Old Milk Plant in Xewkija, Gozo (2)

The Kamra tal-Periti welcomes with satisfaction the scheduling at Grade 2 level of the old Gozo MMU Milk Plant, which was designed by renowned architect Joseph Huntingford, and which includes a number of unique architectural elements inspired by the Modernist Movement. In November 2016, the Kamra tal-Periti had drawn attention to this building which lies […]