Top 50 Indie TG Convenience Stores has won planning consent for the demolition of a derelict petrol station near Falkirk and development of roadside services including a McDonald’s restaurant and drive-thru.
Plans for a service station and recharge centre that make provision for future installation of hydrogen refuelling are being considered by Rutland County Council.
Jet Millpool in South Birmingham has reopened with new forecourt and retail facilities following a full knockdown rebuild with a budget of around £1m.
Euro Garages has applied for planning permission to develop roadside services at the site of a pub near Preston.
Phillips 66 has reopened its Jet Newton Park service station on the outskirts of Darlington in County Durham after a major upgrade of the site.
A planning application has been submitted to Cheshire East Council for a Shell-owned petrol filling station in Macclesfield to be partly demolished and rebuilt with an electric vehicle (EV) charging hub.
Construction of MFG’s first electric vehicle (EV) hub has been completed by Premier Forecourts and Construction, a specialist in forecourts and diverse construction projects.
Plans for a complete knock-down rebuild of a Shell petrol station have been submitted to Aberdeen City Council.
EG Group has opened a new-to-industry site at Rushden in Northamptonshire.
Work to build a new petrol filling station and convenience store in the East Riding of Yorkshire will start this summer after a planning inspector overturned the local council’s refusal of planning permission.
Top 50 Indie Kay Group has won planning permission to redevelop the filling station where the business is based and to build a new headquarters building.