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The proposed plan for the 302 Blair Street service station

Bunbury motorists may soon have another place to fuel up if a new development is approved.

The City of Bunbury has received a development application for a 24 hour service station located between the southern ends of Blair and Spencer Street.

Under the proposal, the site will allow six vehicles to be fueled at any one time, with an additional five car parking bays and a 230 square metre retail store to be built next to existing homes.

The service station is expected to be completely one way, with only incoming traffic flows allowed from Spencer Street.

If the plan is approved, it will not be the first time the site has been used as a service station. 

The site served as one of City and Regional Fuel's Bunbury BP outlets until 2007, before being demolished. It has sat vacant for more than a decade.

The land is owned by Dandu Corporation, a company believed to be linked to Vibe Petroleum managing director Suman Dandu.

The public comment period for the proposed development closes on February 11.

The original BP service station. Image: City and Regional Fuels

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