Our community is an important part of who we are on Lord Howe; whether we have been here for generations or have just arrived we are the current caretakers of the island and we need a plan.
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As most people would be aware the Board has received funding from the Stronger Country Community Funds to the value of $93,660 to install fitness/exercise equipment at the Lagoon foreshore and we are seeking your feedback.
As part of the Round One Stronger Country Communities Fund program (SCCF), the LHIB was successful in being granted $435,000 to remediate the Old Powerhouse Site, following a submission that included detailed concept plans based on initial community consultation.
The November 2018 edition of the Lord Howe Island Community Information Bulletin is now available for download. Catch up on all the latest news and project updates from the Lord Howe Island Board.
The Lord Howe Island Board is proud to announce that is has won the Society for Ecological Restoration Australasia (SERA) award for Restoration Excellence for large scale projects over 50 hectares, which they shared with the Nature Glenelg Trust Long Swamp.
NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) Per- and Poly-Fluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) Strategy
The Office of Local Government today announced that Peter Adams has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer for the Lord Howe Island Board.
Mr Adams has extensive knowledge, skills and experience working in local government over many years.
The June 2018 edition of the Lord Howe Island Community Information Bulletin is now available for download. Catch up on all the latest news and project updates from the Lord Howe Island Board.
As the new airport terminal has been operational for a number of months we are seeking your feedback and ideas as to its current operation. The Board is keen to gather your thoughts and ideas on the way traffic is operating so that any required changes can be made along with any longer term future planning that may be considered.
Your comments are invited on the Lord Howe Island Draft Bush Fire Risk Management Plan, now on public exhibition at the LHI Museum and LHI Board Administration office.