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The restaurant would incorporate a drive-thru. Credit: via planning documents

McDonald’s lodges plans for Clayton-le-Woods outlet 

Located on the site of the vacant Beaumont pub, the drive-thru restaurant would be “ideally located”, according to the fast-food giant.

The 4,000 sq ft McDonald’s restaurant would be built on the site of the pub off Woodale Road.

McDonald’s held a public consultation on its plans earlier this year, saying the site was in “an ideal location for a new drive-thru restaurant” due to its proximity to an existing commercial area. An Asda superstore and a Starbucks are located nearby.

The Beaumont, which was owned and operated by Admiral Taverns closed last year and was put up for sale with a guide price of £1.25m last year.

Admiral had acquired the pub alongside 137 pubs others from Marston’s for £45m in 2019. £44.9m

Lichfields is advising McDonald’s on planning. Aew Architects is leading on design.

To learn more, search for application reference 24/00248/FUL on Chorley Council’s planning portal.

McDonald’s is also progressing plans for a restaurant in Cheadle Hulme. The fast-food chain submitted plans for a 4,000 sq ft restaurant on a vacant plot of land at Stanley Green Retail Park last spring. The application has not yet been determined.

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It will cause problems at night with the idiots who hang around there. not wanted

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