A 690-dorm university residence has been proposed between the University of Malta and Mater Dei.
It will host hundreds of students who will be able to sleep right near the University and wake up five minutes before lectures and still make it on time.
There are set to be six different blocks, all different heights, with a maximum height of 10 floors, built on the Ta’ Gjalpos site, where an unused garden centre currently sits right between the two Maltese institutions.
The Planning Authority is set to approve the new university residence on the 20th of December, which is being built by Vassallo Builders.
The residence is going to have all the amenities a student could ask for
Everything from an outdoor swimming pool to an indoor garden, are being proposed for the new block.
Four basement levels will feature 456 car parking spots, and there will even be a specific language school as well as shops and markets in the residence.
Mater Dei hospital had previously objected to the construction of the campus, calling it a “visual intrusion”.
However, the Foundation for Medical Services have since dropped their objections, and are now pushing on strict conditions – such as minimising dust and noise – with the Planning Authority.