Harvest Energy, a member of the Prax Group of companies, is delighted to announce the re-opening of Victoria Road Service Station in Richmond, North Yorkshire, on Thursday 14th April.
The former Harvest Energy site has been re-branded as TotalEnergies, and will benefit from a Morrisons daily shop, a Costa Express, a new hot food offer and a cash point. Instead of reconstructing the site with a typical forecourt roof, Victoria Road Service Station has been built with a continuous frontage terrace roof in natural blue slate, with the main flat roofed area set behind it.
Harvest Energy has always been synonymous with offering high quality customer service and an exemplary retail experience on its forecourts. Through a fuel network agreement which the company signed with TotalEnergies in 2019, shoppers can enjoy a strong customer-centric approach, championed by both brands.
Ian Woodcock, Retail Director at Harvest Energy said, “We are delighted to be re-opening Victoria Road Service Station and are very much looking forward to servicing the local community once again. As a forward-thinking organisation, we have worked closely in conjunction with the local authorities to ensure that the new site remains sympathetic to its residential surroundings. We appreciate that there is a fast-growing trend for forecourts to serve as more than just simply somewhere to get fuel, and Victoria Road Service Station is no different. We would like to thank the local community for their forbearance over the course of the last two years, and look forward to welcoming them to the refurbished site very soon.”