Employment Land Strategy

The City of Greater Sudbury has developed an Employment Land Strategy to foster economic growth and support a diversified economy now and into the future. The Strategy will ensure that the City is well positioned to respond to Employment Land needs by considering future trends, projected demand, land supply, municipal services, incentives and other tools to support future growth and economic changes. Specifically, the Strategy focuses on:

  • Key Stakeholder Input
  • Employment Land Inventory
  • Trends Analysis
  • Population and Employment Growth Forecasts
  • Employment Land Demand
  • Gaps and Constraints
  • Development Incentives Feasibility
  • Finance Strategy and Return on Investment Calculator Tool
  • Competitive Analysis
  • Final Report and Recommendations

Next steps include the preparation of an implementation plan for the identified infrastructure upgrades in the strategic employment areas identified in the Strategy, including a Business Case to undertake Detailed Design as part of the 2023 budget and implementation of the land use planning recommendations identified in the strategy including:

Developing an Employment Land Community Improvement Plan for Council’s consideration on 2023;

Preparing Official Plan amendments as part of Phase 2 of the five-year review of the Official Plan and Zoning amendments for Council’s consideration in 2023.You can contact us directly at employmentland@greatersudbury.ca or leave a comment below. Thank you for your participation.

For more information, please see the reports in the "documents" section updated October 17, 2022.

The City of Greater Sudbury has developed an Employment Land Strategy to foster economic growth and support a diversified economy now and into the future. The Strategy will ensure that the City is well positioned to respond to Employment Land needs by considering future trends, projected demand, land supply, municipal services, incentives and other tools to support future growth and economic changes. Specifically, the Strategy focuses on:

  • Key Stakeholder Input
  • Employment Land Inventory
  • Trends Analysis
  • Population and Employment Growth Forecasts
  • Employment Land Demand
  • Gaps and Constraints
  • Development Incentives Feasibility
  • Finance Strategy and Return on Investment Calculator Tool
  • Competitive Analysis
  • Final Report and Recommendations

Next steps include the preparation of an implementation plan for the identified infrastructure upgrades in the strategic employment areas identified in the Strategy, including a Business Case to undertake Detailed Design as part of the 2023 budget and implementation of the land use planning recommendations identified in the strategy including:

Developing an Employment Land Community Improvement Plan for Council’s consideration on 2023;

Preparing Official Plan amendments as part of Phase 2 of the five-year review of the Official Plan and Zoning amendments for Council’s consideration in 2023.You can contact us directly at employmentland@greatersudbury.ca or leave a comment below. Thank you for your participation.

For more information, please see the reports in the "documents" section updated October 17, 2022.

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