Three local councils and 10 organisations reiterate opposition against DB in Pembroke
A group of Pembroke residents, with the support of the Pembroke, St Julian’s and Swieqi local councils and ten organisations, have reiterated their opposition of the DB Group project instead of the ITS. They have urged the Prime Minister that, in the light of the very critical report by the Auditor General, he should give priority to the common good and people’s quality of life.
In a statement issued by Moviment Graffiti, they appealed that when the permit for the project is discussed by the Planning Authority, representatives of the three councils should be on the board to strengthen the voice of the common people.
In the same statement, the residents, three councils and the ten NGOs said that they agree with the plan of Infrastructure Malta for a tunnel to be passed under Triq Sant’Andrija. They said that this project needs modification to accommodate the residents rather than the Corinthia complex and the DB Group and the towers they are building.