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THE head teachers of schools near the proposed new McDonald's in York have said they have "massive" concerns over the development.

McDonald's submitted a planning application to City of York Council on April 3 to take over the former Iceland site in Fulford Road.

The 7,700 square foot site would be home to a new fast food restaurant open seven days a week, from 7am-11pm.

However, the application has sparked controversy, with local residents and councillors joining the objections.

Now, the head teachers of two nearby schools have also voiced their concerns.

 

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