Be.EV, the electric vehicle charging infrastructure provider is set to create a charging hub at the corner of Reliance Street and Oldham Road providing 16 EV bays.
Plans for the site also feature a 1,900 sq ft convenience store to accommodate the users of the EV charging facilities.
Of the 16 EV bays, two would be accessible and another two would accommodate larger goods vehicles.
Architect That designed the scheme, which would deliver the facility in the Newton Heath area of Manchester.
The hub would sit on a former petrol station site, which has been out-of-use for more than 15 years.
Be.EV, who already runs over 300 charging points across Greater Manchester, ran a public consultation on the proposals last September.
Avison Young is the planning consultant for the scheme. Also on the project team is landscape architect DEP and electrical engineer Schneider Electric.
To find out more about the plans, search for application number 136359/FO/2023 on Manchester City Council’s planning portal.