Latrobe City Council is in the process of opening a commercial-industrial precinct with 40 serviced allotments with direct taxiway access to the main runway. Lots can be tailored to suit individual requirements of new businesses looking for a regional operation close to Melbourne.
The continued development and growth of Latrobe Regional Airport will create further opportunities for aviation-related businesses to establish and expand.
The $2 million dollar works that were completed February 2013 included a $1.25 million prototyping hangar, offices and amenities; and $750,000 of civil works upgrades including runway and taxiway repairs and extention and a new helipad and engine run-up bay.
Latrobe Regional Airport Master Plan
The Latrobe Regional Airport Master Plan reviews the existing land use and development opportunities for the airport and surrounding areas until 2030.
The Master Plan identified the need for additional private hangars, and residential park with direct access from home to the runways to facilitate further development. Read more in the Latrobe Regional Airport Master Plan 2009(PDF, 293KB)