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Things are lookin’ good for new Romford KFC restaurant

PUBLISHED: 07:00 01 September 2014

The Plough fire damage

The Plough fire damage

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Work is set to start this year to transform the fire-ravaged Plough pub into a KFC.

A blaze closed The Plough in Colchester Road, Gallow’s Corner in 2011.

Work was due to start on the redevelopment of the former pub last autumn, but plans for a KFC restaurant, car park and drive-thru were not approved by Havering Council until December.

A KFC spokesman said: “We are delighted to be opening a new restaurant in Romford next summer.

“We believe that KFC will be a positive addition to the community, creating around 50 career opportunities.”

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New KFC restaurant in Gallows Corner given go-ahead

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