The statutory process relative to Koehoto land recording has been progressing rather smoothly without any difficulties and or impediments.
The process has reached the Notice of completion stage whereby a Notice (Form 5) have been posted at certain locations to signify the progress and milestone achieved to date.
On the 9th day of June 2022, the appointed Land Recorder proceeded and made public Form 5 by posting at Obo Village, Purakachele Village and GP PHQ office, Honiara.

The Land Board through the office of the Commissioner of Lands is offering 75 years Fixed Term Estates (FTE) of parcels where FTEs have expired or will expire this year or in 2021.

The first ever Solomon Islands National Urban Conference opened a new chapter in Solomon Islands discussion on urban planning and development.

Expressions of Interest are sought from the general public for persons interested in being appointed to carry out the responsibilities of an Acquisition Officer appointed by the Commissioner of Lands as set out in Part V Division 1 of the Land and Titles Act as amended. The intention of this call is to create a pool of professional people from throughout the country who can be called upon to facilitate land acquisitions on behalf of the National Government as and when necessary.

HONIARA, SOLOMON STAR: THE Honiara urban centre population is likely to reach more than 350,000 people by 2050, says the Minister for Lands, Housing & Survey Hon. Moses Garu.