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McDonald's still committed to branch in Stuston




A spokesman confirmed the firm was still committed to come to Scole.
A spokesman confirmed the firm was still committed to come to Scole.

Bosses at McDonald’s have reiterated their commitment to investing in the area.

Despite slow progress on building work at a new site at the A140/A143 roundabout in Stuston, McDonald’s said this week that it was fully committed to the scheme.

The project, which will also include a BP petrol station and Wild Bean Café.

Full planning permission was approved by Mid Suffolk District Council in June, with work now under way – but the level of progress has been mooted as a concern.

“We remain committed to delivering this new restaurant in Scole and look forward to progressing with the development as soon as possible,” said a spokesman this week.



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