Leeds City Station restaurant is on track for improvements

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A MAKEOVER is on the menu for the McDonald’s restaurant at Leeds City Station.

An application seeking listed building consent for the improvement work at the northern concourse site has been lodged with Leeds City Council.

Proposed changes include new floor tiles, kitchen layout and graphic screens.

A statement submitted to the council’s planning department says: “The application relates to the inside of the building and relates to alterations to existing modern features and will have no impact on any historic features of the building.”

The statement goes on: “The vast majority of the proposed work is to the original McDonald’s shop fittings, and not to the structure or any historic element of the building.”

Council planning officials said the application was “pending consideration”. Leeds City Station is a Grade II listed building.

Work is already under way on a refurbishment of the McDonald’s restaurant which stands at the junction of Briggate and Boar Lane in Leeds city centre.

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