A 3D rendering of the proposed service station and food court at Steger Rd, Charlton.
A 3D rendering of the proposed service station and food court at Steger Rd, Charlton.

JUST WHAT WE NEED: Massive service station approved

TOOWOOMBA Regional Council has approved plans for a massive staged development that will eventually include service station and fast food outlets, transport depot, workshops, truck wash, weigh station, and a caretaker's residence.

The Chronicle reported proposed on land at Steger Rd, Charlton, the eight and a half hectare development by SW O'Brien Holdings Pty Ltd will join a growing number of truck stops and service stations near the Warrego Hwy at Charlton.

The first stage would include a service station, along with food and drink outlets.

The project's second stage would involve the development of a warehouse and transport depot.

Stage three of the development would include workshops, a car wash, and caretaker's residence, with the total carparking spaces proposed for the development numbering 207.

Plans show four access points are proposed, connecting to Steger Rd.

 

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