Margram were a land developer who developed facilities in places that looked like they could be profitable. This included two motorway services, and a number of petrol stations and A-road services.
Margram applied to build a service area at Tetsworth on the M40 in the late-'80s/early-'90s.
The following services were owned by Margram:
- Blackburn with Darwen (M65)
- Bourne End (A41)
- Crossbush (A27)
- Cullompton (M5)
- Minster (A299)
- Tunbridge Wells (A21)
The following service station was planned by Margram but it was never built:
- Tetsworth (M40)