Pizza chain Domino’s has made a fresh bid to open a second outlet in Alvaston - despite having previous applications turned down because of the number of takeaways already in the district. The firm wants to open its latest outlet at 17 Shardlow Road, in Alvaston District Centre, in a property that is home to taxi business Derby Carz. It is the second time that Domino’s has bid to change the use of the property. In 2015, it applied to create a takeaway in the same building.
A Derbyshire firm which makes and hires out canal narrow boats has been given the go-ahead to build a factory in the county that will create new jobs. Aqua Narrow Boats, based at Mercia Marina, near Willington, has been given permission by South Derbyshire District Council to construct the factory at Foston. The purpose-built facility will be sited at the Tomlinson Business Park, in Woodyard Lane, and will create an extra six jobs at the firm.
Plans for a factory expansion at Rolls-Royce’s nuclear division in Derby which would create 80 new jobs and safeguard hundreds more are set to be determined within days. Bosses have applied for permission to extend its Primary Component Operations (PCO) building at Raynesway by 4,445 sq metres. In addition, a four-storey ancillary office building with 400 work stations is proposed, along with 200 extra parking spaces.
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