Fuel station plans out for public consultation

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FEEDBACK has been invited on separate applications for two fuel stations in the northern suburbs.

The City of Wanneroo has invited public submissions until January 8 on development applications for a $2.6 million BP service station in Wanneroo and a $5 million Liberty service station in Banksia Grove.

The BP would be located at 1351 and 1369 Wanneroo Road, south of the Drovers business precinct and Clarkson Avenue junction, which Main Roads plans to redevelop as a four-way intersection with signals in 2020.

Listed as 171 Joseph Banks Boulevard, the Liberty site overlooks Pinjar Road, with access off Porrecta Link and a proposed road to the north-east, and is proposed to operate 24/7.

The Banksia Grove development plans also feature four showrooms, including a Salvos store, and 82 parking bays on-site.

Both proposals are due to be considered by the Metro North-West Development Assessment Panel at future meetings.

Visit the City’s website to make submissions on the BP proposal and the Liberty proposal.

In November 2018, the panel approved plans for another $10.5 million development near the BP site, which will include a United fuel station, fast food outlet and showrooms.

The proposed BP fuel station site on Wanneroo Road.