Kingston and Arthur’s Vale Historic Area (KAVHA) is part of Australia's National Heritage and recognised as World Heritage. For Norfolk Islanders, KAVHA is part of their story and sense of identity.

The 2008 Conservation Management Plan is being reviewed by a team of heritage specialists who will prepare a new plan by mid 2014. The team is Professor Richard Mackay and Sharon Veale (GML Heritage), Chris Johnston (Context) and Jean Rice (Jean Rice Architect). They visited Norfolk Island between 24 February – 3 March 2014. To find out more about the Project Team, click here. KAVHA has appointed a Project Review Group to contribute to the project.

All those with an interest in this important place are invited to contribute - both locals and visitors.

Contribute to the review and help shape a new plan.

The review of the 2008 CMP will result in a new plan, one that will build on the 40 years of research and conservation work at KAVHA. It will identify priorities for future conservation and management.

The new plan will be forward-looking and strategic.

The first step is to identify the key issues that need to be addressed and explore new solutions. This will be done through a combination of consultation and investigation.