A petrol station at the northern end of the Brackley bypass that was once planned to be so much more.
Short stay customer parking is available for cars. 2 short stay HGV parking bays are also available.
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Brackley Service Station
Trivia and History
Plans for a service area here were developed in the mid-1980s to coincide with the opening of the A43 Brackley Bypass. Outline planning permission for a trunk road service area with a filling station and restaurant was granted in 1986.
When the bypass opened in 1987, BP drew up several plans for the site with one plan including a restaurant, hotel and business facilities alongside a filling station. This plan was eventually scrapped with BP only building the filling station, opening in around 1991.
2 bp pulse electric vehicle charging points went live here in 2021.
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