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PLANS have gone in for a new fast food restaurant in a popular York suburb.

McDonald's has submitted plans to City of York Council for a new diner in Fulford Road in what used to be Iceland supermarket and next to budget retailer Aldi.

The fast food giant says as well as building alterations it wants to extend the unit’s opening hours to 7am-11pm for seven days a week. 

They say they want to create a takeaway and restaurant with about 110 covers in the 7,700 sq ft retail unit.

Elsewhere in the city McDonald's already has branches in Blake Street in the city centre and on the outskirts at Clifton Moor as well as at the Designer Outlet, Monks Cross and Poppleton.

 

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