Scottsville Ratepayers Association concerned over new petrol station proposal

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Scotsville Ratepayers Association chairperson Dr Peter Green said the proposed petrol station earmarked for 1 Allison Road in Scottsville was too close to two other petrol stations in the area.PHOTO: Moeketsi Mamane
Scotsville Ratepayers Association chairperson Dr Peter Green said the proposed petrol station earmarked for 1 Allison Road in Scottsville was too close to two other petrol stations in the area.PHOTO: Moeketsi Mamane

The Scottsville Ratepayers Association leadership is opposed to a proposal to build another petrol station in the area.

This comes after the Pietermaritzburg Architectural Designers & Development firm called on residents and interested individuals to submit their comments for a proposal to build a petrol station, a restaurant, and a convenience store in Scottsville.

The petrol station is earmarked to be built on 1 Allison Road, in Scottsville.

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