Costa Coffee and Burger King for Fife town

Pic:  Michael GillenPic:  Michael Gillen
Pic: Michael Gillen
Fife Council has approved plans for a host of retail shops and cafes in a town’s Main Street

The site in Halbeath, which lies adjacent to the retail park will welcome new Burger King and Costa Coffee drive thrus as well as a cafe and three retail units.

According the the applicants PVY Ltd, the site aims to create more jobs and bring new outlets to the area.

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The site will have a total of 86 off-street parking spaces with six electrical vehicle charging points.

A car paint spraying centre and car wash will be demolished to make way for the development.

Fife Council approved the plans subject to conditions which included operating hours being 7:00am to 11:0pm

Both Burger King and Costa Coffee have pledged to have a waste management plan to ensure the site is maintained and kept clean.

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In a report, Fife Council stated: "The proposal would also have a positive economic impact and would create a number of jobs."

> Hannah Brown is the Local Democracy Reporter for Fife & Angus

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