A United 24 service station featuring a QuickStop and ‘drive-thru' Pie Face has been proposed to be developed in Bundaberg East.
Bundaberg Regional Council recently received the Material Change of Use application for the service station, which would be situated at 48 – 52 Princess Street if approved.
The application states one sales counter would service the entire business, which will be under one ownership.
There are also plans for a ‘drive thru’ for Pie Face to assist with contactless delivery of pies and coffee as part of a Covid safe plan.
The proposed development includes four double-sided bowsers, nine carparks and two-way vehicle access.
The proposal also contains approximately 20 incidental parking spaces facilitated by the site including eight spaces adjacent to bowsers.
If approved, the Bundaberg East United service station would operate 24/7, with three staff on site.
The application states the proposal provides a direct public benefit and a vital service for residents and tourists seeking fuel between the coastal townships and Bundaberg.
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Just cheap out smash the 2 run down houses at 50 – 52 for the petrol station part. Use marshals as the pie face/convience part. Fill it with pies from nightgales around the corner.
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