Greggs are set to move into two new Belfast stores as part of the popular bakery chain’s huge roll-out of 50 sites across Northern Ireland.
The two latest outlets have just been revealed.
They include a new store at the Kennedy Centre, the popular west Belfast shopping centre complete with clothes shops, cafes and a large Sainsburys – as well as a food mall and cinema on the upper level. It’s been reported that the popular chain has applied for planning permission to erect a sign inside the shopping centre.
It comes as a planning application has shown the bakery is also proposing to open a new location at Duncrue Industrial Estate. Plans submitted show Greggs wants to build a 24-seat cafe in the area.
Greggs has also submitted a planning application for an outlet on the ground floor of the Scottish Provident Building at Donegall Square West in Belfast which is expected to become the firm’s Northern Ireland headquarters.
The fast food outlet has already opened a new shop at Boucher Road, with two others, as yet unconfirmed by the firm, in the heart of Belfast city centre – including one on Royal Avenue.
It opened its first store at the Applegreen service station on the M2 in April last year, with others at new service stations soon following.
Greggs has 1,670 stores located across Great Britain, with its huge popularity based on its mouth-watering steak bakes and doughnuts, along with its cheap prices.