A parcel of land in West Ulverstone earmarked for the development of a mega service station with two drive-thru food outlets is on the market - along with the development approval attached to it. Burgess Rawson and Knight Frank have put the substantial highway plot up for sale for an undisclosed price. It is advertised as a rate site and opportunity with the development application for the massive fuel stop already approved by the Central Coast Council and the Tasmanian Planning Commission. The owners of the land say that means construction of the Ulverstone Service Centre could start immediately. The advert says 21,600 vehicles pass by daily with 16 per cent pf those being heavy vehicles. "It is the only site suitable to be able to be accessed from both sides of the highway, using existing infrastructure," the advert says. The approved buildings include a substantial convenience shop and amenities, two drive-thru restaurants (one planned to be the state's first drive-thru Banjos bakery), 53 car parks, five truck parks and two for buses/caravans. The estimated total net income to a developer upon completion is $1.7 million per annum. In June, the original developers, Tasmanian Keystone Developments, said they had decided to sell the approved proposal to another company to expedite its construction. Now it has hit the open market. At the time, director of Tasmania Keystone Developments Quinten Villanueva said his company was still in a position to build the mega service station - but not for another two to three years because they were busy with other projects. "The intent of this process is simply to expedite it," Mr Villanueva said at the time. "If there is no purchaser for the asset it is something that we will look to deliver further in the future."