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Co-op invests £2.5m in north Wales petrol station revamp
19 July, 2019

The Co-op is about to embark on a £2.5m investment in its petrol filling station in Coedpoeth, north Wales.

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Co-op reopens site after multi-million pound scheme
21 June, 2019

The Co-op has opened a new petrol filling station and food store in Necton, Norfolk, in a multi-million pound re-development that has created 25 jobs on a disused site.

Centra Eniskillen owner Una Lilley (left) and Leona McNicholl
Centra store and forecourt reopens after £2m KDRB
14 June, 2019

A new-look Lilley’s Centra and forecourt has reopened in Enniskillen, Northern Ireland, following completion of a £2m investment, creating 15 new jobs.

Business and energy secretary Greg Clark
Government invests £23m in battery research
12 June, 2019

Companies across the country are set to benefit from £23m government investment in developing the latest electric vehicle technology.

Eight electric chargers have been installed at the site
Co-op invests in new filling station and shop in Norfolk
29 May, 2019

The Co-op is developed a new petrol filling station and food store in Necton, Norfolk, in a multi-million pound re-development of a disused site.

is Brian Donaldson CEO of The Maxol Group, Peter Robinson, Licensee of Maxol Glenabbey Service Station and Kevin Paterson, Maxol Retail Manager NI
Maxol completes £1m revamp of service station
17 April, 2019

Irish forecourt and convenience retailer Maxol has completed a £1m investment in its Glenabbey Service Station, in Northern Ireland, and has created eight new jobs.

Moran’s Retail Managing Director John Moran (right) pictured with Paul Moran, Manager of Moran’s Centra, Strand Road, Derry-Londonderry
Moran's reopens two sites after £2m investment
17 April, 2019

Northern Irish retailer Moran’s has reopened two of its stores in Derry and Coleraine after completing the first phase of a multi-million-pound investment and regeneration programme, with support from Ulster Bank.

As the Government is urged to publish its plans for E10 by the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for British Bioethanol, would you welcome the introduction of E10 as the right next step in cutting automotive carbon emissions?