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9 722040 RR 51

Investment Ready Site

9 722040 RR 51

Clairmont, Alberta

Moe Certified Site Commerce

Property Information

MLS® Number: A2018277

Great access to this 9.91 acre lot, directly across the road from Ritchie Bros on Highway 43 into Grande Prairie. This lot includes, Atco power, gas, Aquatera water and Telus high-speed to the lot line. Hawker Industrial Park is located across Highway 43 from Ritchie Bros. and is a highly visible location. With exposure like this and such a fantastic price this lot won’t last long. (27221211)

Key Highlights

Lot size: 9.91 acres
Zoning: Highway Industrial
Highway: 1.32 km
Rail: 16.6 km
Airport: 23.3 km
Water/Wastewater access: Yes
Key Highlights


Site Ownership:


Owner Commitment:



Hawker Group Inc.

Permitted Use
Designated Land Use:

Highway Industrial


Accessory Buildings and Structures, Clinic, Caterer, Data Processing Establishment, Day Care Facility, Duplicating Shop, Oilfield Support Services, Warehouse Store.

Access to Market
Site Location:

Inside Industrial Park | Hawker Industrial Park

Existing Public Road Access:

Yes | Subdivision Road, Road 13833

Proximity to Expressways:

1.32 Kilometers, Highway 43

Proximity to airport/international border:

19 minutes, 23.3 kilometers

Available Rail:

Yes | 16 minutes, 16.6 kilometers


Serviced min 25,000 GPD (gallons per day) | Aquatera Pipeline: diameter= 250 mm PVC, Qmin=8,822 GPD, Qmax=32,111 GPD

Natural Gas:

Serviced min 7,000 CFH (cubic feet per hour) | ATCO Gas main pipeline within/near lot: diameter=60-168mm, Q= 95,029 CFD


Serviced (min 750 kilowatts) | Primary Conductor: Constant Voltage 25kV.


Serviced (min. 500 m of the lot line) | Telus to the lot line.

Development Constraints
Former Landfill Site:


Previous Livestock Operations:


Significant Wetlands:


Area of Natural Scientific Interest:


Restrictions on Title:

No | Freehold if it compiles with local restrictions RM-4

Expedited Development Process
Pre-zoning Available:


Fast Track Process in Place:


The County’s Land Use Bylaw Section 2.15(a) states that “The Development Authority shall consider and decide on an application for a development permit within forty (40) days of the receipt of the application in its complete and final form.”
Proximity to Regional Assets
Proximity to Research and Development Activity:

20 minutes,19.5 Kilometers. Northwestern Polytechnic Research & Innovation department.

Proximity to Regional Transit Hubs:

17 minutes, 16.9 kilometers. Towne Centre mall, bus departures.

Type of Land


Building Available:


RM-4: Accessory Buildings and Structures, Caterer, Hotels, Motels, Recreation facility, Truck Depot, Truck Stop, Warehouse Store, Truck & Manufactures Home Sales, and Rentals, etc.

The County of Grande Prairie Advantage

As a regional service hub, the County of Grande Prairie is home to many major oil and gas regional headquarters and oilfield service companies. Companies like Pembina Pipeline, CSV Midstream, ARC Resources, Canadian Natural Resources, Haliburton, Schlumberger, and Trican, as well as many local entrepreneurs, operate out of the region, servicing oil and natural gas activities in northwestern Alberta and northeastern British Columbia. Our large trade area supports stability, keeping companies and employees working during periods of uncertainty. The Grande Prairie Region is in an enviable position with ongoing new investment and increasing interest in value-add manufacturing and diversification opportunities.

For additional information, please contact us

Jordan Tidey
Jordan Tidey

Director of Economic Development
County of Grande Prairie

Cindy Paton
Cindy Paton

Economic Development Officer
County of Grande Prairie

Hetti Huls
Hetti Huls

Economic Development Officer
County of Grande Prairie


A Property with an Investment Ready: Certified Site designation means the County of Grande Prairie has received from the site owner or representatives’ assessments and other site related information required under the Investment Ready: Certified Site Program. The County has not verified the information and prospective purchasers, lessors and others should conduct their own usual due diligence and make such enquiries as they deem necessary before purchasing, leasing or otherwise investing in the subject site. Prospective purchasers, lessors and other interested in the subject site should check existing laws and regulations to confirm that this particular property is suitable for their intended purpose or use and what permits, approvals and consultations, including with aboriginal communities, are required in order to develop such property, as well as any costs associated with such development. This document, including all related photographs, is for information purposes only and is not intended to provide investment advice. Reliance upon any information shall be at the user’s sole risk. All information should be verified independently before being used or relied upon. The County of Grande Prairie does not guarantee the quality, accuracy, completeness or timeliness of this information; and assumes no obligation to update this information or advise on further developments. The County of Grande Prairie disclaims any liability for unauthorized use or reproduction of any information contained in this document and is not responsible for any direct, indirect, special or consequential damages or any other damages caused, arising out of or in connection with use of this information. The County of Grande Prairie is not acting as a real estate broker or agent for any party in connection with any of the properties described on this website.