These are some of the businesses set to launch in the coming weeks and months. (Photo: Brian Eyre/RKH/Rachel Atkins/Google)
A number of major chains and independent businesses are launching in Chesterfield and Derbyshire – with everything from cafes and pubs to new takeaways and shops.
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These are 11 of the businesses set to arrive across the county – which are you most looking forward to trying?
The old Frankie & Benny's restaurant at the Alma Leisure Park, off Derby Road, is set to be transformed into a Tim Hortons drive thru. (Photo: Google) The Devil’s Depot, a Belgian beer cafe, will replace the cafe at the H&F Furniture building - across from the coach station - after it closed back in May. An opening date for the venue has not been set as of yet. (Photo: Google) Wendy's is coming to Derbyshire later this year as part of a nation-wide expansion - with a new location opening at College Retail Park on Burton Road, Derby. Photo: JIM WATSON/AFP via Getty Images After opening new locations in Chesterfield and Glapwell this year, another branch is planned for a site off Mansfield Road at South Normanton. A Burger King outlet is also being proposed for this site. (Photo: Brian Eyre) A branch of the Coffee#1 chain will be launched inside the former Pizza Pi restaurant on Vicar Lane, Chesterfield later this year. (Photo: Brian Eyre) Aldi has revealed that it is searching for a new Chesterfield site as part of a major expansion. (Photo: RKH) Planning permission was granted for a new Lidl store off Wreakes Lane in Dronfield earlier this year - subject to the developers considering that a proposed new pedestrian crossing near the site on should be a more expensive puffin or pelican crossing with traffic lights. (Photo: Rachel Atkins) The former Fulton Foods store at Town End, Bolsover is set to become a Domino’s takeaway. (Photo: Google) Plans for a Domino’s branch have also been submitted for the building housing the Ashbourne Fish Bar shop and the Star Anise Indian restaurant at 9-11 Compton Street. The council has yet to decide on whether to grant permission for the change. (Photo: Google) NJGC Developments Ltd, of Wingerworth, Chesterfield, will carry out some demolition work at the building before creating three ground floor shop units and six one-bedroom, first and second floor apartments at the property on High Street, Old Whittington. (Photo: Google) Bolsover District Council gave the green light to the proposed conversion of a former print shop at 1 King Edward Street, Shirebrook - turning the premises into a coffee shop. (Photo: Google)