Littoral Light News - Welcome to the Northern Lighthouse Board's publication Littoral Light News (Autumn 2014) aimed at the users of the coastal waters around Scotland and the Isle of Man....More
NLB's annual stakeholder meeting will take place in central Edinburgh on the morning of Thursday 6 November 2014.The meeting agenda is available here.Attendance is free to all interested parties. To register, please contact SUCG@nlb.org.uk by Friday 24 October 2014.
PDG HELICOPTERS SECURESNEW HELICOPTER CONTRACT FOR GENERAL LIGHTHOUSE AUTHORITIES The General Lighthouse Authorities (GLAs) of the UK and Ireland have announced a £13M seven-year contract to PDG Helicopters for the provision of helicopter services to cover all three Authorities....More
ACCSEAS Conference 2015"Navigating the North Sea Region into the Future"World Trade Centre, Rotterdam, 17 - 19 February 2015Register for free to take part in the concluding conference of the ACCSEAS project.More
Appointment of New Chief Executive....More
Lighthouse levy on industry kept down by Department for Transport
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The Northern Lighthouse Board is the General Lighthouse Authority for Scotland and the Isle of Man. The Board's Mission Statement is:-
To deliver a reliable, efficient and cost-effective Aids to Navigation service for the benefit and safety of all Mariners
The Northern Lighthouse Board's principal concern is with safety: the safety of the mariner at sea; the safety of our own people employed in or around some of the world's most dangerous coastlines; and the safety of the environment in which we, and those who come after us, must live and work.
In Salutem Omnium For the Safety of All
To report any defects or damage to any of our aids to navigation please telephone our 24 hour freephone emergency number 08000 326655.
Free from UK landlines, some mobile providers may charge.