Filming in Surrey Facts

Did you know that the City of Surrey BC will waive fees for non-profits and Canadian film industries, public service announcements, and student productions.

For the first time BC has surpassed Ontario for the amount of production of movies, TV, and advertisements. of its counterpart Ontario . There has been a steady rise for BC over the past several years in the amount $2.991 billion which is just ahead of Ontario with $2.977 billion.
OK it’s not by much but the increase year after year has made it inevitable that this would happen. Being in the same time zone as the major studios down the coast has also helped with the increase.

Surrey’s City hall reports that 5,697 residents earned a whopping $88.9 million in 2016, up from $47.6 million the year before.

2016 Skydance Studios opened 75,000-square-foot production facility in Surrey

Skydance production facility will generate $100 million in economic spinoffs for the region and create 400 new jobs\Skydance productions have included Star Trek Into Darkness, Star Trek Beyond, Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, Terminator Genisys, and World War Z

3,900 British Columbians and contributed $69 million to the provincial economy during 78 days of shooting of Star Trek.

With Surrey being only 30 minutes to so many major film studios its a great location for outdoor filming. But with the price of land and the low spaces left for industrial spaces, Surrey looks to open it’s doors to more studios in the newer future.

The Becky Zhou Hill PREC Team has been in the Surrey for over a decade. Our Team is in contact with land owners and film studios have been reaching out to express interest in building facilities. If you are looking for a listing agent for your commercial properties in Surrey please contact us.