Burger King, Taco Bell and Greggs to be part of new £3.5m drive-thru

Almscliff-Dhesi Developments is converting a former dealership site into a new drive-thru roadside location in a new £3.5m scheme.

Burger King, Taco Bell and Greggs will soon be next to the A66 in Middlesborough.

The Leeds-based development firm, part of the Almscliffe-Dhesi Group, is converting the brownfield site by the SG Petch dealership. The 6,200 sq ft scheme, which has received planning approval, comprises three stand-alone units.

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The scheme is being funded and ultimately owned by Wordie Properties, a Glasgow-based property company.

Bal Singh (left), co founder of the Almscliffe-Dhesi Group, and Matthew Wharton, director of Wharton Construction, at the brownfield development site in Middlesbrough.

Neil Creeney, who owns and runs Almscliffe-Dhesi Group with his business partner Bal Singh, said: “(This) is an excellent example of the commercial property business blueprint that we want to follow.”

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