Previously approved plans to build a service station and two fast food outlets on a long-term vacant block on the eastern approach to Wodonga could be about to change.
But an amendment has been sought by a new proponent to the one which secured the original approval from council.
PPH Developments want to make modifications including changes to the service station layout, another two food and drink tenancies and a six-bay car wash at the rear of the site.
The amended planning application submitted by Habitat Planning on behalf of the development group reveals plans to build a Red Rooster restaurant with drive-through facilities on the site.
The estimated price tag of the Anzac Parade development remains at $3.5 million.
Public submissions have closed on the proposal.
"The proposed service station has been re-orientated to improve the function and flow of vehicle traffic movement though the site and for safer and more controlled movement of pedestrians to and from vehicle parking areas and the convenience restaurants," the revised application states.
"Car refuelling facilities are to be provided within the street front setback, allowing circulation of these vehicles separately of trucks and traffic associated with the convenience restaurants.
"The proposal includes four convenience restaurants, that are detached from the service station and convenience shop."
It's proposed the Red Rooster restaurant will occupy the largest of the four food outlets at 165 square metres with the remaining shops to be 80 square metres."
Wodonga already has a Red Rooster outlet on the corner of High and Osburn streets.
McDonalds already exists within the Wodonga Homemaker Centre precinct and KFC is also located closeby within the Bunnings site.
A Hungry Jacks restaurant opened in the nearby White Box Rise housing estate in 2014.
The development includes a total of 45 parking spaces throughout the site.
The service station will operate 24 hours.
The original plan was approved under under staff delegation rather than requiring the approval of council.
"The changes sought are considered to be well founded based on consideration of the siting and design, operational requirements of the facility and consideration of applicable best practice documents," the application said.
"It is our opinion the amended proposal is appropriate."