A new Starbucks drive through point of sale is set to open its doors for the first time in Newark next month, it has been confirmed.

The new passage is to open in the “last week of May” in the new outlet on the A17 near the Newark Showground and the Friendly Farmer.

The planning documents submitted to Newark and Sherwood District Council in 2020 set out how the project could create up to 30 full-time jobs.

The construction work on the site is already in full swing and is described by the developers as the “ideal location”.

The branch is operated by Starbucks licensee Kbeverage Limited, which is headquartered in Norwich and has Starbucks chains in various parts of the country.

The franchisee has Starbucks stores in regions such as Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire and Lincolnshire, as well as in other regions such as Suffolk, Norfolk and Cambridgeshire.

The Queen’s Drive outlet recently opened in Nottingham, adding 20 new jobs to the area.

Speaking to Nottinghamshire Live, a spokesman for Kbeverage confirmed plans to open in Newark in late May.

However, they said a specific date has yet to be set.

The spokesman said: “We are opening next month, there is no set date yet and this has yet to be decided.

“But it will be the last week of May.”

The Queen’s Drive Outlet opened its doors for the first time last month. The first 100 customers received Starbucks gift bags.

Alok Yadav, Director of Kbeverage, said on March 15th when the Nottingham store opened, “We are excited to be opening our first store in Nottingham and being part of the local community.

“The team is closely following the latest government and health agency guidelines to keep everyone safe.”

A month earlier, a separate Starbucks thoroughfare opened in Nottingham, welcoming customers to Victoria Retail Park in February.

Commenting on the Newark outlet from a Starbucks spokesperson, “We look forward to bringing the Starbucks Experience to Newark customers in the near future and we will contact you as soon as we have clearer plans to share it.” . “