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09 Oct

Fundraising for legal action against the db Group Project

Following approval by the Planning Authority (PA) of the db Group project on the ITS site, residents, eight NGOs and three Local Councils – Pembroke, St. Julian’s and Swieqi – want to undertake legal action to challenge the appalling decision of the PA. Legal actions include, but are not limited to, an appeal with the Environment and Planning Review...

18 Sep

400TH ANNIVERSARY OF ST MARY’S TOWER OF COMINO

    Din l-Art Helwa will be celebrating the 400th Anniversary of St Mary’s Tower, Comino with an open weekend on Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th September.    The public will enjoy living history displays by the Historic Re-enactment Group of Malta and guided tours throughout will be given by Din l-Art Helwa volunteers between 11 and 6 p.m.  Admission is free of...

28 Jun

Demand for holistic urban sustainable development and green transport projects

We are a group of environmental NGOs, voluntary organisations and active citizens who wish to voice our concerns in unison and feel the urgent need to put forward an alternative vision to the way urban development and transport projects are being planned and executed. We believe piecemeal projects such as the Kappara Junction, Marsa Junction, and the Central Link Project,...

01 Jun

SUNSET EVENINGS FROM RED TOWER MELLIEHA

Din l-Art Helwa is again holding its popular Summer Sunset evenings at the Red Tower, in Mellieha which with its spectacular sunsets offers 360 degree views from its roof over the Straits of Comino to Gozo, and over Ghadira Bay, making it a unique place for the visitor to visit. Volunteers will take visitors on a tour...

04 May

Our Legacy – Wirtna 18/04/2018

We spend most of our lives within the built environment, be it at home, at a place of work, or whilst participating in education, business or relaxation. The state of the built environment has a major impact on the quality of life of all the citizens of these islands. Rapid changes are taking place, dramatically and irreversibly transforming the distinctive architectural...