Home Hill News

New Service Station Plans for CBD

Proposed Service Station Site in Home Hill

A NEW service station could be built in the Home Hill Central Business District, subject to approvals from the Burdekin Shire Council for plans that have been submitted by a Planning Firm.

The plans have publicly advised of planning approval being sought for the project planned for the corner of Eighth Avenue and Sixth Street (39-49 Eighth Avenue).

The site is where the former Home Hill Co-Operative Traders once operated for many decades, followed by Rodeda’s Fashions ‘N Fabrics, who took over part of the Home Hill Co- Op and then My Pets.

The project, if it goes ahead, will be a welcome addition to the Central Business District, both for its aesthetic value and because it will add another business to the town centre.

At the present time, Home Hill has only one service station (BP Home Hill) following the closure of the former United Service Station near the town’s southern entrance, while there is another United facility on the northern approaches to the Burdekin Bridge.

Proposed Service Station Development in Home Hill
Proposed Service Station Development in Home Hill