The Thomaston Planning Board voted 5-0 May 10 to approve plans for a combination convenience store, gas station, car wash and McDonald’s in front of Lowe’s on Route 1.

The board found that the plan submitted for the project met all of the requirements in town ordinances and approved it as submitted with a few conditions.

The board has asked the developers for elevation drawings of the south side of the convenience store and for a traffic movement study. The project will also need approval for its entrance onto Route 1 from the Maine Department of Transportation.

Developer David Latulippe has presented plans for the project to the town. He said McDonald’s has signed a lease to operate there. The restaurant will include a drive-through.

The Massachusetts-based company Nouria Energy would be the tenant running the station there. Nouria has a station in Wiscasset that includes Shell fuel, McDonald’s, a car wash, a bank and a convenience store. The Thomaston project is expected to be similar to the Wiscasset station, but it will not have a bank.

While Nouria Energy is the tenant, the property itself will be owned by Thomaston Property Holding LLC.

In the site plan review application, the developer estimates the project will cost $1.35 million and be completed by Oct. 1.

Thomaston Property Holding LLC is based out of Topsham.