StonehavenRoad: A90 at New Mains of Ury
(also accessible to traffic on the A92 and the B979)
Location: Glenury, Megray, Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire
Authority: Aberdeenshire Council
Developer: EG Group
Year initiated: 2023
EG Group are looking at developing a new service area at the Stonehaven Interchange, which was built as part of the new A90 Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route.
It's unlikely that the facility will receive full 'services' signage (EG Group facilities rarely do), however it would be signed from the roundabout and would include one of the widest ranges of facilities on the A90.
The spine road that branches off the roundabout on the A90 would lead to a mini-roundabout. This would provide access to a forecourt and a drive thru Starbucks. There would be 8 HGV parking spaces, 70 for cars, 12 electric vehicle charging points and 12 cycle bays.
The forecourt would include a hydrogen refuelling station supplied by Element 2. The car refuelling area would be designed to potentially be converted to 34 more electric vehicle charging points.
The land was previously identified for a supermarket in 2014. EG Group began pursuing it in 2018.
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