drive-thru plans revealed at Burnham-On-Sea Sedgemoor Services
have been unveiled this week for a new KFC drive-thru and restaurant
at the M5 Sedgemoor Services near Burnham-On-Sea.
has revealed formal plans to build the new facilities on the northbound
M5 at the Welcome Break Motorway Services just north of junction
22 for Burnham-On-Sea.
263 square metre KFC drive-thru will be built on an existing tarmacked
area and unused grass area, if it's approved by Sedgemoor District
says the proposals would create ten new local full-time jobs and
ten part-time roles.
fast food chicken firm is seeking full planning permission for a
"new drive-thru building and an associated parking area within
the existing motorway services."
on the drive-thru plans is underway and comments can be submitted
to Sedgemoor District Council's planning department before March
has been in the national headlines this week due to being forced
to temporarily close most of its UK outlets amid problems with a
new delivery contract that has caused a chicken shortage.
of 562 KFC outlets across the UK were shut on Monday, including
all of its Somerset branches, following a weekend of disruption
that peaked on Sunday night at 646 closures.
Burnham-On-Sea.com reported last autumn that Costa Coffee has also
been granted permission to build a New
Costa Drive drive-thru on the southbound side of the M5 Sedgemoor
Services near Burnham-On-Sea in a further boost to jobs and
facilities at the services.