Chief Executive, Lord Howe Island

Environment, Energy and Science

The Chief Executive provides direction, leadership and the effective management of the operations and administration of the Lord Howe Island Board. The Board carries out a range of functions including administering all land tenure including residential and other leases, regulating and promoting tourism, providing local government functions and services, operation and management of the Island’s aerodrome and wharf facilities, and operating a wholesale liquor trading enterprise. The Board is also responsible for energy generation and supply, is the consent authority under the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979, and is an approved regulatory authority under the Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997. It manages the Island’s Permanent Park Preserve and has responsibility for the protection and conservation of the Island’s fisheries, fauna and flora.

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