The developer of the Seaforth project was invited to Cabinet in light of the discussions which he held with the Development Control Authority (DCA) and the continuing investigation by that authorizing body.
The DCA requested an application from the developer, called a “G-Application”, which allows work to commence while final plans are being completed and assessed by the DCA.
The Department of the Environment plays a critical role in assessing both the G-Application and most certainly the final submissions.
When there is satisfaction by the parties, a town-hall meeting is to be scheduled by law to which the public is to be invited so that there will be complete transparency.
An Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is also to be submitted and assessed by the Environmental Division.
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