This post was first published by Croydon Advertiser on 17/06/2017.
Here’s what you can expect from the plans to transform a McDonald’s branch in Croydon town centre
Proposals to transform and expand one of Croydon town centre’s McDonald’s restaurants have been put to Croydon Council.
The planning application to carry out work on the Church Street branch was submitted to the council on May 26 and the fast food giant is currently waiting to see if the scheme will be approved or rejected.
McDonald’s, which has nine branches across the borough, wants to make the Church Street restaurant a more “contemporary” and “sleek” experience for customers.
If the plans are approved the fast-food restaurant will undergo a “full interior refurbishment and redecoration”.
Furthermore a 47-inch LCD television which will be fitted to advertise promotions.
A spokesman for McDonald’s said: “We can confirm that we have recently submitted a planning application to extend and make aesthetic improvements to our Church Street restaurant, which serve to enhance the overall customer experience.
“We are in initial discussions and continue to work with the council on our plans.”
If the plans are given the green-light by the council, the Church Street branch would be the second town centre McDonald’s restaurant to be refurbished in as many years.
There are two other McDonald’s branches in the town centre – inside the Centrale Shopping Centre and another on North End.