CentrePort Canada is the largest inland port in North America.  It offers approximately 20,000 acres of industrial land with access to tri-modal transportation, including Canadian National, Canadian Pacific and BNSF railways, a 24/7 global air cargo airport and an international trucking hub. 
 
It is located adjacent to the Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport, with CentrePort North within the Rural Municipality of Rosser and CentrePort South within the City of Winnipeg.  CentrePort North is a designated special planning area under The Planning Act, with an Inland Port Special Planning Authority and a streamlined land-development approval process.
 
The Inland Port Special Planning Authority is responsible for development plan and zoning by-law adoption or amendment, by-law administration and enforcement, and land use planning advisement in general.  It is comprised of representatives from the RM of Rosser, City of Winnipeg, CentrePort Canada Inc., Winnipeg Airports Authority and the Province of Manitoba.  Development within the Inland Port Special Planning Area is guided and regulated by the Inland Port Special Planning Area Regulation (MR 48/2016)
 
Information and application forms may be found at the links provided below: 
 
Developer's Handbook provides answers to questions about land use planning.
 
Development Plan (Schedule A) and Zoning By-law (Schedule B) guide and regulate land use and development within the Inland Port Special Planning Area.
 
Land Use and Development Web Application is a geographic information system that shows development plans, zoning information, assessment parcel information and various basemaps for all lands in Manitoba outside the City of Winnipeg that help the user understand the landscape of their area of interest. (Follow this link for City of Winnipeg Information.)
 
Development Plan Designation and Transportation Overlay Detailed Map allows landowners, applicants and potential applicants view development plan designations and transportation overlays for the Inland Port Special Planning Area over assessment parcels.
 
Public Registry provides information on current land use proposals and public hearings within the Inland Port Special Planning Area.  Notification of planning matters may be requested by emailing inlandportspa@gov.mb.ca.
 
 
Zoning By-law Amendment Application
 
Sample Letter of Intent to accompany amendment applications
 
 
Variance Application
 
 
 
Building and Development Permit Information and Applications
 
 
 
Letter of Authorization required when applicant is not the registered owner
 
 
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