The owners of a North Hykeham business park want to build a Costa Coffee and KFC drive-thru at the entrance to their site.
Taylor Lindsey, which owns Teal Park, just off the A46, has submitted the plans to North Kesteven District Council.
In documents before the council, they say both companies have approved the single-storey designs for the businesses which will site at the entrance to the site and serve local residents, commuters and visitors.
The plans include 74 car parking spaces, and will see the stores open 7am-6pm Monday to Saturday.
Taylor Lindsey say the proposals would be a sustainable addition to the site adding: “The development will meet an identified need and result in ancillary uses on a small part of a Strategic Employment Site that will not compromise the future large-scale investment on the site.”
“This site is highly prominent and visible from all directions and the buildings have been designed to reflect this,” they say.
Teal Park, which sits along the A46 Lincoln Relief Road, comprises 33,8 hectares of land and is home to a number of businesses – including Siemens, Greenray Turbines and Jaguar Land Rover.
Several other light industrial units are also being constructed.
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