Getting the OK.
Without the permit and the license, your investment is not worth much. More than any other sector, construction and buildings are increasingly in the spotlight – and with good reason: even in individual buildings, the cost of fire incidents, water flooding, energy leakage, and failure of communication systems, to mention a few, is borne by society as a whole.
More than that, the process of policy and legal scrutiny, surprisingly, has its own benefits. For one thing, it forces you to do a risk assessment and control plan, giving you a reasonable peace of mind in return. It is also an excellent example of how, even in a mixed market economy, barriers to competition can be raised, keeping out inferior players.
Our job is not simply to hand you the reports that the Maltese authorities – the Planning Authority, the Building Regulations Office, the Civil Protection Department, the Health and Safety Authority, the Environment and Resources Agency, the National Commission for Persons with Disability, the Regulatory for Energy and Water Services – ask of you. We work with you as your trusted consultants, to make the most out of this process and to extract the real benefits that will allow you to distinguish yourself in the market and to avoid spending money on fixing failures in the future.
Speak to us before the authorities do.