The main activities and
responsibilities are to oversee the process of verification and
reconciliation of ex-Church property as established by the
Ecclesiastical Act of 1992, as well as managing all the aspects
involved in the registration of Government property, including data
- Undertakes the verification and reconciliation of ex-Church
- Ensure that all immovable assets belonging to the Government
are protected by accelerating the process of property registration
and reduce the risk of such property being lawfully misappropriated
by third parties.
- Ensure that the process of registration of Governemnt property
is performed as established by the legislation / regulations in
- Ensure that all the data, maps and documentation relevant to
the business of the GPD is accurately captured within the system
and / or updated accordingly.
Perit Duncan Mifsud
Perit Duncan Mifsud graduated with honours in Architecture and
Civil Engineering from the University of Malta and subsequently
obtained his professional warrant to practice as a Perit. He
has recently finalised a Masters Science degree in Sustainable
Development with a particular specialisation in sustainable land
and property management.
As a student, he was always active in representing the
students. In fact he was an active member of the
Education Commission within the University Student's
Council (KSU) and for three consecutive years, he was elected among
his fellow students to represent the architecture students on the
Architecture Faculty Board.
Upon graduating as an architect he joined the Civil Service as a
trainee junior architect at the then School Buildings Unit within
the Education Department. He was eventually assigned to the Joint
Office and later to the Estate Management Directorate (both forming
part of the Government Property Department) and rose to a junior
architect, architect, and later as a senior architect on April
In November 2013, following consultation with the Church
Authorities, Perit Mifsud was appointed as Director-Designate Joint
Office, within the Government Property Department, Office of the
Prime Minister and in June 2014 he was appointed Director Joint
Office. His main function is to administer the property transferred
to the State by virtue of an agreement entered into between the
Holy See and the Government of Malta on the 28 November 1991.