CANADIAN coffee house giants Tim Hortons have unveiled a plan for a new restaurant with a 24-hour drive-thru in Glasgow.

They want to build the drive-thru facility in Govan’s Helen Street near Rangers Football Club’s stadium.

The proposal which has been submitted to Glasgow City Council for planning permission also includes another unit with a drive-thru. Although no operator has been confirmed for that space yet.

Glasgow Times:

The site would be located within the Junction 24 Business Park which has other retailers nearby including Asda, B&M Home Store, Pizza Hut and KFC.

Planning permission was previously awarded to Tim Hortons in 2018 for a similar facility at the same location.

The plans state a total of 39 car parking spaces including six accessible bays will be provided as well as cycle racks to accommodate both units.

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Glasgow Times:

A planning statement said: “The proposed tenant of the class 1/ class 3 coffee shop is Tim Hortons who are Canada’s number one coffee shop brand.

“Tim Hortons opened its first store in Canada in 1964 and has grown from a single store serving coffee and doughnuts to an internationally renowned brand with over 4,846 restaurants.

“Over the past three years, the brand has expanded rapidly in the UK and there are now 12 stores in Scotland.

“Tim Hortons’ focus is on great quality food and coffee available throughout the day and evening.

“There are a number of cold as well as limited hot food and beverage options available, including wraps, granola, baked goods and cold beverages.

“All of the food available can be taken off the premises for consumption.”

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The opening hours for the proposed drive-thru would be 24 hours.

Planning chiefs are expected to make a decision on the proposal by August 27.

The last date for comments is August 6.