Harvey-Waroona Reporter - - FRONT PAGE -

AF­TER five years, the bowsers at the Har­vey Road­house are pump­ing fuel again in their new life in tan­dem with an In­dian Restau­rant.

Owner Kamal Jeet Singh took over the site on South West­ern High­way last year es­tab­lish­ing an In­dian Restau­rant with plans to bring back the road­house part of the busi­ness.

Now with the road­house up and run­ning again, the busi­ness has be­come the Har­vey Road­house and In­dian Restau­rant.

“It used to be a BP site, then that closed down and this was empty for five years,” Mr Singh said.

“When we took over last year and started an In­dian restau­rant in­side, we took over this place as well so now we have made it a road­house.”

“Peo­ple needed more fuel pumps, and we saw it was a good op­por­tu­nity.” Mr Singh spent eight months es­tab­lish­ing the fuel side of the busi­ness to meet strict in­dus­try reg­u­la­tion even with the ex­ist­ing fuel bowsers.

“It took eight months to put ev­ery­thing to­gether,” he said.

“The in­dus­try is so strict on this and we had to go through a num­ber of de­part­ments, though it used to be a fuel sta­tion be­fore so it wasn’t too much has­sle.”

Pic­ture David Charlesworth

Har­vey Road­house and In­dian Restau­rant owner Kamal Jeet Singh has spent eight months bring­ing the fuel pumps back on, which fi­nally started up last week.

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