Tradespeople join Malta Developers Association in new section

Last Updated on Saturday, 21 January, 2023 at 9:24 am by Andre Camilleri

In its efforts to continually encourage better customer service from tradespeople working in all areas of the property sector, the Malta Developers Association (MDA) has announced a wide-ranging collaboration with the traders rating website

Through this agreement, enterprises and sole traders including service providers, suppliers and tradespeople providing a service within the property industry, will be automatically enrolled as affiliate members of the Malta Developers Association once they are registered on the rating website. This will bring them closer to the largest organisation for people working in property related sectors, and is expected to pave the way for more sectorial improvements for the benefit of consumers and all other stakeholders. Both the MDA and have a strict code of conduct for their respective members, with rigorous checks being done to ensure verified tradespeople are qualified, experienced and officially registered to carry out their services. Not every applicant is automatically accepted and entries are reviewed annually to ensure consistency.

“ is Malta’s only online trade recommendation service working towards a more professional and accountable trades industry for all and the MDA is the largest body of property developers and estate agents on the island”, announced MDA President Michael Stivala, who went on to elaborate further. “Through this agreement, we are celebrating our common goal of improving customer service in this sector, because we know that this ultimately benefits everyone.” he concluded.

Speaking at the launch, the head of the section and founder of, Lauren Rampley, expressed her satisfaction at reaching this agreement with the MDA. “From day one, our mission has always been to help foster a professional relationship between tradespeople and homeowners, and this collaboration with the MDA will help us achieve that goal sooner and with more long term positive impact on the market.” Rampley said.

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