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National Conservation Authority (NCA)

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National Conservation Authority (NCA)

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National Conservation Authority (NCA)
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3 hrs 12 mins
    Opening Hours
  • Monday 8:00am - 4:30pm
  • Tuesday 8:00am - 4:30pm
  • Wednesday 8:00am - 4:30pm
  • Thursday 8:00am - 4:30pm
  • Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm
  • Saturday Closed
  • Sunday Closed
Contact Details
National Conservation Authority (NCA)
9 Colony House P O Box CP 5489 Castries


Facsimile : 758-452-4109
General Information

The National Conservation Authority (NCA) was established by Act of Parliament No. 16 of 1999. on April 30, 1999 and is governed by a Board of Management appointed by the Minister of Social Transformation, Local Government and Community Empowerment.

The National Conservation Authority (NCA) is the Organization which grants permission for the use of a beach and designated areas to host activities commercial and otherwise. Here are some of the things you need to know when planning an activity on a beach: You must first obtain an application form from the office of the NCA. The form must be completed and returned at least two weeks prior to the date of the event.

You MUST comply with the Saint Lucia Solid Waste Management Authority (SLSWMA) garbage management and disposal policy by presenting a garbage disposal plan to the NCA along with your application. Fees are determined according to size and nature of the activity however, in all cases a refundable deposit is required. The deposit will be refunded if the NCA is satisfied that the area used has been cleaned.

To identify, manage, conserve and generally provide stewardship over natural assets including beaches, coastal, protected and other declared or designated areas, in a sustainable manner and to provide ancillary amenities thereby contributing to the social and economic development of Saint Lucia.

To be recognized as the leading local agency chartering the course for sustainable use of our natural assets for recreational, economic and social benefits of users.

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  • Site Conservation:
  • -Conserve the natural beauty and topographic features of Saint Lucia
  • -Preserve the natural environment
  • -Protect natural sites from destruction
  • -Advise the Minister on conservation, preservation and sustainable use of the states natural resources
  • -Undertake regular landscaping and tree trimming in designated areas
  • Commercial Services:
  • -Grant micro-business and vendors licenses or permits
  • -Maintenance of an up-to-date Register of licenses and permits
  • -Collect micro-business, vendors licenses and permits fees
  • -Conduct license inspections and renew, issue duplicate or revoke licenses as required
  • -Enforce provisions of the Act and apply penalties
  • Beach Management:
  • -Remove derelict objects from public beaches
  • -Control, maintain and develop all national beaches
  • -Maintain or assist in the upkeep of designated beach facilities
  • -Provide lifeguard service on public beaches
  • -Advise the minister on the construction of beach and ancillary recreational facilities and control the construction of structures on public beaches
  • -Secure sanitary conditions on all beaches on the island
  • -Keep public beaches clean, safe, beautiful and user friendly
  • Designated Protected Areas Management:
  • -Remove derelict objects from designated protected areas
  • -Control, maintain and develop all designated protected areas
  • -Beautify public places and designated protected areas
  • -Advise the minister on lands to be declared as protected areas
  • -Enter into written agreements with land owners or occupiers for
  • right of access to designated protected areas
  • -Advise the minister on the control of construction of structures in protected areas
  • -Preserve or enhance the natural beauty of protected areas
  • -Create recreational areas, national parks or marine parks
  • Near Shore Management:
  • -Engage Contractors to clean up and remove derelict objects and debris from the shoreline
  • -Deploy crews to clean the ocean bed or remove items likely to cause encroachment of the sea
  • -Undertake annual schedule clean-up of
  • the national coastline
  • -Protect the coastline from continuous erosion or sea encroachment
  • -Collaborate with relevant government ministries and public agencies
  • Comfort Station Services:
  • -Manage public access and use of comfort stations
  • -Provide comfort stations with all necessary supplies
  • -Collect fees for use of comfort station facilities
  • -Ensure comfort stations are strategically placed and user friendly
  • -Keep comfort stations clean and in proper sanitary conditions
Payment Options
  • Cash Accepted
  • Visa

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