McDonald's Receives Permission To Open New Outlet In Belfast
Belfast City Council has granted McDonald's permission to open a new outlet in Belfast.
As reported by The Irish News, Belfast City Council has granted planning approval to McDonald's to open a new drive-through restaurant at the Tesco car park on Belfast's Ballygormartin Road.
The Ballygomartin Road McDonald's outlet reportedly will create 65 jobs.
Other McDonald's Developments In Northern Ireland
According to The Irish News, the planning approval for the proposed Ballgomartin Road McDonald's outlet has come two weeks after it emerged that the fast food chain is preparing a fresh planning application to relocate to a new drive-through in Enniskillen in Co. Fermanagh.
McDonald's opened its 32nd restaurant in Northern Ireland in Derriaghy, Co. Antrim, late last year, the development of which, according to The Irish News, took approximately 13 months from the time that planning approval was granted for the outlet.
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