• Salt water killed Rooke trees, report says

    Salt water killed Rooke trees, report says0

    Trees have died and are dying due to the use of salt water for dust control at the site of HMS Rooke, according to a green area assessment carried out by Wildlife Gibraltar. The report, which has been filed with the Town Planner, states that when the planter in the middle of the site was

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  • Heritage Trust welcomes new laws

    Heritage Trust welcomes new laws0

    The Gibraltar Heritage Trust has welcomed the passing of legislation by the Gibraltar Parliament which it said marks the opening of a new chapter in the Rock’s record of heritage protection. This comes after the Gibraltar Heritage and Antiquities Act and the Town Planning Act tabled at yesterday’s session of Parliament and passed unanimously. In

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  • Heritage Trust concerned by tall buildings

    Heritage Trust concerned by tall buildings0

    The Gibraltar Heritage Trust has expressed concern at the recent trend of building extensions and new builds being proposed for the Old Town which ignore Planning Policies and Guidance documents in the Gibraltar Development Plan. The Plan states that developments within the city walls should be four storeys and five in exceptional cases. In a

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