Those interested in lands and commercial/ residential properties that are currently available on the open market should look at the following resources, searching by North Island community names:
The open market is only a tiny piece of the picture for potential investors. This section provides an illustrative overview of lands that may be of potential interest to land developers within the Mount Waddington region, inclusive of all four municipalities. For detailed and accurate information with respect to vacant lands, undeveloped or underdeveloped properties within municipal boundaries, please contact either the Village of Alert Bay, Village of Port Alice, Town of Port McNeill or District of Port Hardy directly.
Please be aware that the map file below is for illustrative information only and does not indicate land availability fo purchase, lease or any other use. These maps are only provided for contextual purposes regarding the potential for development in the Mount Waddington region. The criteria for choosing lands to be represented on the maps was as follows:
- Lands that have less than $30,000 in total assessed improvements upon them, that also have a BC Assessment land class of either 01,04,05 or,06; Residential (01), Major Industrial (04), Light Industrial (05), and Commercial (06) classes.
This information was created by the Economic Development Service of the Regional District of Mount Waddington, with the goal of updating and improving the spatial data on an annual basis for North Island Resource.
If you would like more information on any of the unincorporated lands listed here, please contact the Regional District of Mount Waddington on the understanding that the RDMW cannot disclose the identity of any specific private landowner without their permission. Again, for detailed and accurate information with respect to vacant lands, undeveloped or underdeveloped properties within municipal boundaries, please contact either the Village of Alert Bay, Village of Port Alice, Town of Port McNeill or District of Port Hardy directly. Local planning bylaws, regulations and zoning restrictions are important to discuss with the municipal officers concerned.