The Architect: KTP Journal
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KTP ON MEPA REFORM
MEPA Reform - A position paper prepared by the Kamra tal-Periti
Further views by the Kamra tal-Periti on MEPA Reform
Reaction of the KAMRA TAL-PERITI to the document A BLUEPRINT for MEPA?s REFORM
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KTP Press Release: July 29, 2009
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Notice to Architects
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EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL MEETING
You are hereby advised that an Extraordinary General Meeting of the Kamra tal-Periti will be held on Friday 10th May 2013 at 1730hrs, at the Aula Magna Valletta with the following Agenda:
• Welcome address by the Vice President
• Presentation and approval of Motions
• Other matters
Nominations for election onto the Council are to be sent to the Kamra tal-Periti by the 3rd May 2013 on the attached forms.
Proposals of Motions by paid-up members are to be sent in writing to the Kamra tal-Periti, The Professional Centre, Sliema Road, Gzira GZR 1633 or by email on firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com by the 3rd May 2013.
The EGM will be followed by another event in the Architecture Nights series.
The next Architecture Nights event will be held on 10th May 2013 at the Aula Magna, Old University Building, Valletta. The programme is as follows:
19.15: Perit Ruben Lautier with the Project: MALTA ENTERPRISE - Rehabilitation and re-use of a building. The talk will focus on: Green regeneration; Recycle, re-use, re-fit of old buildings versus new build; management - balance between time and resources; and detailing and understanding your materials
19.45: VCFS Architects (Vassallo Cesareo Felice Said) with the Project: VILLA SIGGIEWI – A rehabilitation project, adapting a historical building into a fully functional civic centre. The talk will focus on the challenges encountered when having to convert a historical building into an institution which caters for most of the civic amenities of a town.
Architecture Nights started once again on 16th April 2013 at the Old University Building, Valletta.
The first event in this series featured presentations from two architects who have been awarded under the Din L-Art Helwa 2012 awards:
Perit Matthew James Mercieca, with his project: Age Skewing Age who gave a lecture on A project review for a house of character whose lines of antiquity provided the context for lines of modernity.
Perit Gilbert Buttigieg, with his project: Restoration and Additions at Palazzo Vittoriosa whose lecture was entitled Sacred Geometry in Architecture.
The Kamra tal-Periti would like to thank the architects for their presentations and contribution to architecture nights and also thank the sponsors of the event, Hunter Dougles.
MEPA Reform Update
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Periti are encountering numerous and significant difficulties related to the changes introduced as part of the MEPA Reform Process.
The Kamra has, and will remain, in constant contact with MEPA officials in order to bring to their attention the problems and difficulties being encountered by Periti not only in terms of the submission of applications and information through the eApplications system, but also in terms of the method of processing of such applications. The Kamra is maintaining a record of the issues being encountered by periti in this period of transition. You can access this information, and keep track of progress in resolving each issue, via the links below. Please participate in this process by forwarding your comments and the difficulties you encounter to the address: firstname.lastname@example.org.