The proposed Puma Energy site.

Dunsborough community concern over Puma plan

A planning stoush has emerged in the seaside town of Dunsborough over a proposed Puma fuel station on one of the last vacant development blocks on Dunn Bay Road.

The plan has been in the works for more than a decade, with the site bought in 2002 for the purpose of developing a shopping centre and a service station.

Landowner DCSC Pty Ltd, which counts Primewest director Jim Litis as one of its significant shareholders, went ahead with construction of Dunsborough Centrepoint Shopping Centre (DCSC), but until 2014 had not reached a suitable agreement to build the petrol station at Lot 108 Dunn Bay Road.


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