Residents in Leeds are calling on the city council to get rid of a petrol station that has been derelict for the past decade.
Many want the site replaced with some modern looking security fencing
which will rid the area of the "eyesore". The Q8 petrol station, which has been unused for the best part of the past ten year, has become a problem for residents who are calling on Leeds City Council to sell the land.
The site on Broad Lane, Bramley, is part owned by the oil company with the rest being rented from the local authority on an 85-year lease.
A spokeswoman for the council told the Yorkshire Evening Post: "We are aware of this piece of land, and the issues raised recently by local residents. The council is working with this organisation to make sure that the site is adequately maintained and secured, and will support them in seeking alternative uses for the site."
Q8 was forced out of Leeds due to increased competition and only has a handful of stations remaining in the UK with its main source being in Europe where it has 4,000 services.
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