Stephens Bakery has opened two sites in service station locations, as it resubmits plans for the bakery drive-thru concept.
The bakery will now be open in Cairneyhill Service Station in Dunfermline, and Shell Service Station in Rosyth - both in Scotland.
Meanwhile, according to Dunfermline Press the company has resubmitted plans to turn the former Black Douglas petrol station and car wash into a drive-thru concept bakery store.
A design statement on the newpaper’s website said that the drive-through shop would operate for sales seven days a week between 7am and 10pm. The statement said: “No baking shall take place on-site, as this is carried out at the applicant’s bakery in Rosyth.
“The ovens that shall be installed are ‘bake off’ ovens, which heat the produce through. The site has been empty for a number of years, falling into a state of disrepair, creating an eyesore on a busy thoroughfare into Dunfermline.”
If approved by Fife Council, it will have 19 car parking spaces and the drive-thru facility will be the first of its kind in Scotland.
Stephens, established in 1873, is one of Scotland’s largest craft bakers with 13 shops and 180 staff across Fife.