The Greater Sudbury Airport property consists of 497 hectares (1228 acres) of land. Areas are developed based on need and in a phased-in approach guided by the airport’s Land Use Plan. Looking at the image above, you will note a total of four quadrants, which make up the entirety of the property owned by the Sudbury Airport Community Development Corporation. To-date, only the South-East Quadrant is fully developed; meaning there are opportunities for new development on airport land.
For more information on current development opportunities, please review our Development Package.
To submit a development project idea for review, please complete an Airport Development Application. Your application will be reviewed and someone from our team will contact you to discuss.
BENEFITS OF BEING AT THE AIRPORT:
- Fully serviced lots with power, water, sewer and fibre optic access
- Water quality, flow and pressure meet or exceed fire protection requirements
- Fire and emergency services on-site
- 24 hour security on-site
- Aircraft maintenance facilities
- Hangar and aircraft storage facilities
- Food services on-site
- Proximity to air travel and cargo
All new and existing buildings at the Greater Sudbury Airport are subject to the following:
- Executing a lease with the Sudbury Airport Community Development Corporation
- Land lease payments (2016 rate for airside-access lots is $0.28 per square foot)
- Municipal property taxes (commercial or residential rates will apply depending on activity conducted on the property)
- Municipal building permit required to ensure proper building standards
NO MUNICIPAL DEVELOPMENT CHARGES ON AIRPORT DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS!!!