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Construction Expected To Begin Soon On #NewtownPA Wawa

Construction Expected To Begin Soon On #NewtownPA Wawa | Newtown News of Interest | Scoop.it

Land clearing and construction could begin soon on the new 5,500- square-foot Wawa convenience store and gas station coming to the Newtown Bypass.

 

Newtown Township Supervisor John Mack reported Wednesday night [28 Feb 2024] that Provco Pinegood, LLC, is in the process of finalizing its land development plan and may soon start construction at Lower Silver Lake Road and the Newtown Bypass.

 

According to township officials, after finalizing its plan and submitting it for one final review by the township’s engineer, a pre-construction meeting will take place followed by the start of construction, a process that is expected to take about six months to complete.

 

Township manager Micah Lewis confirmed on Wednesday that Provco has already secured the required building permits for the project.

 

FINAL APPROVAL LETTER DATED 23 February 2024:

  • Development may proceed in accordance with this plan and the terms of the Settlement Stipulation  dated June 14, 2023, as approved by order of the Court of Common Pleas of Bucks County, PA dated July  6, 2023. 
  • The Applicant shall comply with the Remington & Vernick Engineers review letter dated February 13,  2024. 
  • The Applicant shall enter into a development agreement, a financial security agreement, and a  stormwater operations and maintenance agreement with the Township in a form satisfactory to the  Township Solicitor. 
  • Prior to recording the final plan, the Applicant shall pay all outstanding fees and costs due to Newtown  Township for plan review. 

 

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According to this Patch article “Provco agreed to install solar panels on the side of the fuel dispenser canopy facing away from the Newtown Bypass and to include EV charging stations in its parking lot.” However, Wawa recently agreed to install solar panels on BOTH sides of its proposed gas pump canopy.

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