YANDINA, Australia — Sunshine Coast Council has approved the development of a new service station and carwash in the region, according to Sunshinecoastdaily.com.
The facility will have the opportunity to serve around 14,000 vehicles that travel the Sunshine Motorway every day, noted the article. Currently there is no other service station on the roadway.
“This is identified as an underserviced market and research shows this proposal to be economically sustainable,” said Councillor Stephen Robinson in the article.
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Local business and residents demonstrated their support for the new business, stated the article. The council received one submission in opposition to the development.
Space is planned for an office, convenience store and carwash including one automatic bay, two self-serve bays and a vacuum area, reported the article. The facility will be open 24 hours per day and seven days a week.
The site will feature a bioretention basin to collect and treat stormwater, shared the article.
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