Leasing

Amenities

BHIP offers modern amenities to ensure that each lot is equipped to suit any company that chooses to locate within the park.

Paved roads
The main access road through the park along Gran St. and partially on Metig St. is paved. BBIL is currently in the process of securing funding to complete the paving through the entire industrial park.

Water Services
The city of Sault Ste. Marie loops within the system through 12” mains running east of Gran St, 12” mains running north of Metig St., 8” mains running west of Penashe St. and are all located approximately 200” apart.

Natural Gas
Located along Gran St. extending north on Metig St. to the furthest tenant. Extensions can be activated when needed.

Hydro
Serviced by the Public Utilities Commission of Sault Ste. Marie

Sewer System
Septic tanks are used and are the full responsibility of the tenant. Land fill requirements are determined by the Algoma Health and Welfare Department.

Waste Disposal
Currently waste disposal services are the responsibility of the tenant. There are many local service providers that can be contacted to suit your disposal needs including hazardous materials, recycling, composting and rubbish removal.

Rates and Service Charges

Building Rentals
A fee based on square footage of building space. Available buildings vary in size.

Land Leasing
A fee based on foot frontage of lot. Average approximate lot size is 2 acres. (400ft x 200ft)

Service Charges
A fee based on foot frontage and building square footage. Service charges are billed annually and includes the following services:

a) General Road Maintenance for main access roads snow plowing seasonal gravel, sand and salt ditching (cleaning and maintenance) paving/asphalt

b) BBIL Fire Protection
A Batchewana First Nation agreement with the city fire departments that allows entry on the First Nation only. Actual costs per unit and equipment is the tenants responsibility for tenant owned buildings.

c)BFN Policing
Batchewana First Nation policing is provided by the First Nation.

d)BHIP is currently exploring the possibility of creating an independent security service.

e)Water Systems
Painting and repairing the hydrants
Hydrant monitoring ie pressure

f)Street Lighting Maintenance

Pylon Sign
An illuminated sign located outside the Batchewana First Nation Administration Office, located on Frontenac Street is visible from the Trans Canada Highway #17 both entering and leaving the area. The sign clearly displays the names of all companies located in BHIP. There is $600.00 annual fee for this service for all tenants with a minimum of a two year lease. Any changes to your portion of the sign after initial installation is included in this annual fee