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A $100 million freight hub proposed for the outskirts of Bathurst has been delayed until at least next year.
In 2009 Gateway Land Corporation received approval from the state government to build an intermodal facility and warehouse east of Kelso, which would cater for onsite customs, grain silos, fuel storage and maintenance.
It also included plans for two 24 hour fast food restaurants.
Construction was due to begin early last year, but the work has not started.
The development director, Bob Walsh, says the project will still go ahead, but it has been delayed while the company seeks a new planning approval to make changes to the design and reallocate floor space.
The company says it is in discussions with a potential operator of the site, which it hopes to announce in coming months.
This article first appeared on www.abc.net.au
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