The city of Leduc is located south of Edmonton and forms part of the Edmonton Metropolitan Region.
The key industries in Leduc are centered around the petrochemical industry and the transportation industries. Other heavy industries in Leduc are centered around the extraction of natural resources and manufacturing.
There are two industrial zones in Leduc: the Leduc Business Park in the north of the city, and the Nisku Industrial Park to the north of Leduc.
According to the Land Use Bylaw of Leduc, there are four categorizations for industrially zoned land:
IL - Light Industrial Land
IM - Medium Industrial Land
IBL - Business Light Industrial
IS - Special Industrial
Industrial Front Yard Spaces are governed by the following provisions under the By-Law:
The front yard shall not be used for the storage of unfinished goods or supplies
The front yard setback may be varied where a berm with intensive landscaping is proposed at the direction of the Development Authority.
Outdoor Storage is only allowed when accessory to a permitted Principal Use.
Principal Uses for these lands include:
Commercial Storage Facility
Container, Shipping Container or Sea Can
Vehicle Repair Facility
Greenhouse Warehouse Sales
Service Station (Bulk Fuel Depot)
Service Station (Limited)
Spray Painting Operation
Vehicle Oriented Service
Vehicle Repair Facility (Limited)
Vehicle Sales, Leasing or Rental Facility
Vehicle Sales, Leasing or Rental Facility (Limited)
Industrial yard spaces in Leduc are allocated for the use of Contractor Services, Automobile and Equipment Rentals, Machine Fabrication, Repair Services and the Transportation and Logistics Businesses.