West Green’s McDonald’s branch could be in line for internal and external improvements.
The global fast food chain is seeking permission to increase the height of its branch off Crawley Avenue next to Sainsbury’s and a new drive-through booth.
An application submitted to Crawley Borough Council includes new signs and a relocated patio and car parking bays.
According to the application: “McDonald’s restaurants have long been considered one of the major influences in the quick service industry, constantly re-inventing themselves to the ever-changing public and social values/needs.
“The McDonald’s concept has captured the imagination of the public with its vast choice of food, and is now considering the aesthetics of the buildings where it is sold, in an attempt to ‘freshen-up’ the exterior façades of the building.
“The new concept attempts to re-invent the older look of this McDonald’s restaurants and bring it up-to-date with this new ‘folded roof” concept, with a review of the operations of the store and a 181.8sqm extension.”
To comment visit www.crawley.gov.uk/planning using code CR/2017/0106/FUL.
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