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Burger King opens at St James' retail and leisure complex in Dover

By Sam Lennon

A new Burger King has opened its doors.

The fast food giant is one of the final businesses to move into Dover's new St James' Retail and Leisure Park.

It will be the town's second Burger King after the restaurant in the Eastern Docks.

The new Burger King at Dover (5135304)
The new Burger King at Dover (5135304)

Dover mayor Sue Jones was at the opening of the St James' restaurant.

It is at the entrance to the complex in a 2,580 sq ft unit on the ground floor of the building of the Travelodge hotel.

The development's owner's Legal & General Investment Management, announced the opening of the new Burger King in September.

St James' units have been filling up throughout this year since the first business, Cineworld, opened on March 9.

The development took over a 157,000 sq ft chunk of land between Townwall Street, Woolcomber Street, Castle Street and the River Dour.

Travelodge opened there in April and other new businesses moving in have included Costa Coffee, Superdrug, the M&S Foodhall and Next.

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