Top 50 Indie Penny Petroleum Group has expanded its estate to 70 sites with the acquisition of a forecourt from a fellow Top 50 Indie.
Certas Energy has purchased seven petrol filling stations operated by Marla and Gus Saggu, bringing the company-owned estate to a total of 84 sites.
Maxol, Northern Ireland’s leading family-owned forecourt and convenience retailer, has reopened its Portrush service station following a substantial investment of £1.73 million.
The leasehold sale of Partington Service Station, a previously Essar-branded forecourt in Partington, Greater Manchester, has been completed by specialist business property advisor Christie & Co.
The experience of trading conditions in the past year of the pandemic, has given forecourt retailers a glimpse of a future on the ‘road to zero’, according to Steve Rodell, managing director - retail, at Christie & Co, which has just released its latest annual ‘Business Outlook’.
Top 50 Indie Ascona Group has reached 50 sites in the UK with the acquisition of BP-branded Anker Service Station in Nuneaton, and secured financial backing from Crestline Europe and Nash Business Capital to more than double its portfolio to 120 sites in 2021.
The freehold sale of Rowborough Service Station, a Shell-branded forecourt on the A429 between Moreton in Marsh and Shipston on Stour in the Cotswolds, has been completed by specialist business property advisor Christie & Co.