McDONALD'S have made some minor changes to their plans for a new drive-thru restaurant on the site of the Tesco Extra car park in Duloch.

They've already submitted proposals to meet Fife Council's conditions on road safety – with improvements for the four existing pedestrian crossings between Greenshank Drive and the supermarket – as well as floodlighting and CCTV.

The burger giant has now asked for permission to change the delivery route from the south to the north of the store, as well as some landscaping tweaks, new fencing and the relocation of the zebra crossing on Turnstone Road.

McDonald's were given the go-ahead in September last year to build a two-storey restaurant on the Tesco car park, with 65 jobs created.

There were 176 objections but councillors on the central and west planning committee voted 11-3 in favour of the proposals.

The company said it was their aim to open this year and the Duloch operation will include a digital drive-thru, play frame, seating, CCTV cameras, landscaping and associated works.

The new McDonald's will be in the northern section of the car park, across the road from the Aldi store, and will result in the loss of 67 car-parking spaces at Tesco.