Tim Hortons, Taco Bell battling for drive-thru location in Huddersfield

The demand for drive-thrus spaces continues to grow despite the easing of restrictions.

Tim Hortons and Taco Bell are competing for a prime drive-thru location in Huddersfield, reflecting growing competitions for locations able to have the off-premise channel.

ExaminerLive reports that the firm of local property developer Bal Khela initially applied to bring a Taco Bell restaurant alongside a Dunkin' Donuts at Leeds Road.

However, it has now emerged that Tim Hortons is also in the running to operate the new facility.

The small plot now has permission to build one unit with a total of 23 parking spaces.

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