Burger King has submitted plans to St Albans City & District Council following the chain's announcement of a new restaurant in London Colney.

The fast-food giant is set to open a site at Unit 1 of Colney Fields Retail Park, alongside Greggs and PureGym.

Proposed elevations have been included within the plans, showing the Burger King logo and glass doors.

Herts Advertiser: Proposed elevations for the new Burger King in London Colney.Proposed elevations for the new Burger King in London Colney. (Image: IVC Signs / St Albans City & District Council)

Advertising consent is being sought for the restaurant, with five signs set to be installed.

Thirty jobs will be created, including four managerial roles.


Burger King already has a number of Hertfordshire restaurants, including sites in Stevenage, Letchworth, Hatfield and Welwyn Garden City.

The full plans can be viewed by using reference 5/2024/0534 on the St Albans City and District Council Planning Portal.

No comments or objections have yet been made.