Plans for a new drive-thru McDonald's have been submitted to the council.

The fast food chain giant first revealed it was looking to open in Langley during a public consultation in July where residents could have their say on the proposal.

Despite it being the seventh McDonald's in Slough, including an upcoming McDonald's in Taplow's Bishop Centre, McDonald's revealed it had received over 250 responses from residents, the majority of which were described as "positive". 

Situated on London Road, the proposed drive-thru location is just north of London Road on Foxborough Close

The site will be situated next to Toby Carvery and Travelodge.

Plans include space for 21 cars to queue on-site, with the aim to ensure no negative impact is caused to traffic flows.

A further nine car parking spaces have been revealed in the plans, including a disabled bay.

McDonald's has also stated that they will fund a new pedestrian and cycle route along London Road with a raised table for cyclists at the site entrance to ensure safe travel.

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The site to be used by McDonald's has been described as an "under-utilised, brownfield site".

Applications have also been submitted for advertising, digital drive-thru displays and signage.

McDonald's has been approached for comment and the estimated opening date.