When Hull's new Starbucks drive-thru will open

By Hull Daily Mail | Posted: 7 May 2018

Hull is even closer to getting it's first Starbucks drive-thru which is set to open next month.

The new Starbucks, which is expected to create up to 25 new jobs, is set to open in Clough Road n June and is part of a wider development scheme at the former Yorkshire Water site, close to the Stoneferry Road junction.

The international chain already has shops inside Paragon Station, Village Hotel on Priory Park and in Beverley.

A spokesman for the company confirmed the store is expected to open next month although the exact date of opening will be released soon.

He said: “The new café on Clough Road in Hull will open in June. The site is still undergoing refurbishment so the exact date of its opening will be released soon."

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The company is allowed to trade between the hours of 6am and 11pm after councillors agreed a number of conditions on Starbucks' trading hours.

However, the five trade units also to be built on site will only be allowed to open to customers between 8am and 5pm Monday to Friday, and 8am until 1pm on Saturdays.

The derelict former Yorkshire Water site in Clough Road will soon be re-developed with a new Starbucks (Image: Sarah Washbourn)

The trade units will not be allowed to open at all on Sundays.

A design and access statement which formed part of the planning application for the scheme said: "This development needs Starbucks as a tenant to enable funding for the trade units."

Previous plans for trade-only units and a gym at the same site were rejected due to concerns about the impact on people living nearby in Reservoir Road.

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