New drive-thru coffee shop and fast food restaurant could be built in Northamptonshire village

Planning documents say up to 80 jobs could be created
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A new drive-thru coffee shop and fast food restaurant could be built in a Northamptonshire village.

Euro Garages has submitted a planning application to West Northamptonshire Council (WNC) proposing to build a petrol station with a shop, as well as two drive-thru units on land in front of the Ibis hotel in Crick.

No indication has been given in planning documents, as yet, about which brands would take on the drive-thru coffee shop and restaurants.

The proposed petrol station and drive-thrus could be built next to the Ibis in Crick.The proposed petrol station and drive-thrus could be built next to the Ibis in Crick.
The proposed petrol station and drive-thrus could be built next to the Ibis in Crick.

The site runs adjacent to the M1/A5 junction and according to plans would have 41 parking spaces.

The plans also say the development could provide up to 55 full-time jobs and 25 part-time jobs.

WNC will make a decision on the plans in due course. Find out more about the plans here.