A PETROL filling station is to be converted into a car showroom.
Borough council planners have approved the change of use scheme for Fiveways in Chester High Road, Neston.
The petrol filling station will be converted to a car sales area, with the existing workshop and MoT bay to be retained.
Eleven planning conditions were imposed, including opening times, deliveries, the cars on show being limited to 30 at a time, floodlighting to be approved and a pollution study to be carried out on-site.
Planners approved schemes for a first-floor rear extension and new front dormer window at Duncot, The Village, Burton, for Mrs M Walton; the erection of a detached home with integral garage and associated works on land next to 52 Talbot Avenue, Little Neston, for Mr N Jones; the conversion of Burton Marsh Farm, Burton, to form three homes, with associated works, and Listed Building consent; restoration work with a two-storey rear extension and detached double garage, with Listed Building consent, at Atworth House, Neston Road, Willaston, for Mr K Mullins; a two-storey side extension, with relocation of front door, at 2ŠDee View Cottages, Chester High Road, Neston, for Mr A Townsend; a single-storey front/side extension at 81 Bendee Road, Neston, for Mr Clarkson; a first-floor side and rear extension with rear dormer window and pitched roof over an existing side garage at 34 Earle Drive, Parkgate, for Mr S Wilkinson; and the change of use of a shop and flat to a home with two-storey side and single-storey rear extensions, a porch and bay window, at The Meet, The Village, Burton, for Mr N Johnson.
Councilors heard that the Planning Inspectorate has dismissed an appeal by Mr & Mrs G. Bills regarding an outline scheme for a detached bungalow on land at 21 Stroma Avenue, Stanney Oaks, Ellesmere Port.