A FAST food franchise has proposed a series of improvements to one of its restaurants in a Bucks town.

McDonald’s Restaurants Ltd seeks from Bucks Council permission for a series of alterations to the McDonald’s on Dovecot Road in High Wycombe.

The plans include the reconfiguration of the drive-thru lane and car park.

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This will mean relocating a bicycle shelter to enable “side-by-side ordering”.

It will also mean installing a new “island” for signage and a new customer order display to match an existing one.

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An extension to the drive-thru collection booth is also planned.

The restaurant will also lose eight parking spaces as a result.

Finally, McDonald’s will install a goal post-height restrictor and new drive-thru signage suite (digital menus) to replace the existing.

McDonald’s Restaurants Ltd is now ‘awaiting a decision’ from Bucks Council about this proposal.

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