Economic Development

Our mission at the City of Langley is to help our existing businesses flourish and to invite new businesses to join our thriving community.

Whatever your needs, the City of Langley is committed to helping you get your business rolling. To learn more you can view the following documents:

Turning Vision Into Reality

The Place To Be - Corporate Brochure (3MB PDF)

Business Retention and Recruitment Strategy

NAIOP Industrial Development Cost Survey

Retail Trade Area Analysis 2012 Presentation of Retail Trade Area Analysis

Statistical Profile Summary Sheet 2013

Visit our Community Profile web page to view community, statistical and neighbourhood profiles. For further information about our growing region, check out Metro Vancouver's Regional Growth Strategy web site.

Brownfield Redevelopment Strategy

City of Langley unveiled its Brownfield Redevelopment Strategy in partnership with Colliers International at its Regular Council Meeting on December 17, 2012.

“This report –the first of its kind at the local government level in BC-builds on the Downtown Master Plan as well as the Economic Development Strategy to explore the economic realities of brownfield redevelopment in the City of Langley, and positions the city as a partner in the continued redevelopment of the community”, stated Gordon Easton, Director of Planning and Development Management, Colliers International.

Mayor Fassbender stated that ‘this Strategy supports the City of Langley’s efforts to encourage the redevelopment of underutilized commercial and industrial lands by identifying the barriers involved in their redevelopment and the range of strategies and resources available to the City to effect change on these lands. We’ve let the world know where we want to go and that we’re open for business. This initiative will serve as a catalyst for generating new investment and creating additional vitality in the City of Langley”.

Click here to view the Brownfield Redevelopment Strategy

Click here for the BC Government Land Remediation web page

Click here for FCM web page containing video content on Brownfield Redevelopment

Economic Development Strategy

The City unveiled it's new Economic Development Strategy on March 5, 2012 - Read the Press Release

The purpose of the Economic Development Strategy is to build upon the City’s strengths and determine what economic opportunities should be targeted and how best to pursue them. The intent of the Strategy is to identify a clear set of goals, objectives and specific actions to further enhance the City of Langley as The Place To Be . . . for Economic Development

Contacts

Gerald Minchuk

Director of Development Services & Economic Development

(604) 514-2815

Roy Beddow

Deputy Director of Development Services & Economic Development

(604) 514-2817

Dale Zahara

Oscar Sieg

Chief Building & Licensing Inspector

Plan Checker / Inspector

(604) 514-2818

(604) 514-2831

Gail Wadd

Permits and Business Licensing Clerk

(604) 514-2804

Largest Employers

largest employers

Langley Partners

Downtown Langley Business Association

Website: http://www.downtownlangley.com/

The Downtown Langley Business Association is a business improvement association whose goal is to increase the success of Downtown Langley businesses through marketing to prospective customers, attracting new businesses and negotiating with government.

Greater Langley Chamber Of Commerce

Website: http://www.langleychamber.com/

The Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce supports most of the City of Langley's business set-up.

Township Of Langley

Website: http://www.tol.bc.ca/

The Township of Langley is under a separate municipal jurisdiction from the City of Langley. However, the two jurisdictions work cooperatively on a number of initiatives.

City of Surrey

Website: http://www.surrey.ca/

A portion of Langley's functional business district is located in the City of Surrey. The City of Langley works cooperatively with the City of Surrey on many joint ventures.

Metro Vancouver

Website: metrovancouver.org

The City of Langley is a member municipality of Metro Vancouver. Information on the City of Langley can also be found on their website under Livable Centres