Domino's Pizza is to claim a 117,000 sq ft slice of the action at Omega, the Warrington logistics site.
The pizza chain is taking a 5.4 acre site at Omega South for a new supply chain centre.
The firm has made a Reserved Matters planning application for new business premises including space for production, storage and distribution, a two-storey office, parking and a substation.
Michael Botha, Commercial Director at Domino’s Pizza Group, said: “This state-of-the-art facility will balance our supply chain infrastructure nationally and enhance our business resilience. In addition, it will support our planned growth in the region and bring our fresh, handmade pizzas to even more people.
“Subject to planning, Domino’s Pizza Group is investing circa £30m in the new facility, which will service 450 Domino’s stores across the North and provide jobs to over 120 people in the local area.”
It is expected that a decision on this latest Reserved Matters application will be made by Warrington Borough Council over the next couple of months.
Omega Warrington Ltd is a joint venture between Miller Developments and KUC Properties Ltd, in partnership with landowner the Homes and Communities Agency and supported by Warrington Borough Council and the Cheshire and Warrington LEP.