COOROY, Australia — The operator of a local service station has raised concerns over the proposal of a $10 million development that would include a petrol outlet, carwash, fast food restaurant and storage facilities, according to

IGA supermarket operator Pete Zipf is behind the development, whose application will be considered by Noosa Council next year, said the article.

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The proposal has already been scaled back to address residents’ concerns, which included noise and traffic worries, reported the article.

The developer agreed to remove an entryway, increase buffer zones and add acoustic barriers to block noise from the nearby retirement community, noted the article.

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