Green Light For Business Units At Former Filling Station Site

Posted on: 16 June 2020

Green Light For Business Units At Former Filling Station Site

A commercial development at the site of a former petrol station in Greenock has been given planning approval.

Inverclyde Council officials granted permission for a row of eight small units for business, industrial or storage/distribution use to be built on land at 74 Port Glasgow Road, beside the A8 at Bogston,

There will be 15 parking spaces.

A report by planning officers states:

“The proposal will bring a prominent, vacant site back into productive use and, being located within a mainly business and industrial area, will not have potential amenity conflicts with adjacent land uses.”

Article: Inverclyde Now. Image: Courtesy of Greenock Telegraph.


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