PIZZA firm Domino’s is planning to launch another outlet in Huddersfield.
The global chain is set to convert a Waterloo furniture store into its latest new takeaway.
The company, which has almost 750 stores in the UK, recently won permission to open in an old pub in Honley.
The firm has now converted the former Railway pub in Woodhead Road into its premises.
Now it has been given the green light by Kirklees Council planners for permission to change the use of Deal House furniture showroom on Wakefield Road into a hot food takeaway.
It is thought the new outlet could create up to eight full time and 24 part time jobs.
The pizza firm plans to divide up the premises.
The building was originally a cinema, but for many years it was familiar to many people as a Lodges supermarket.
For several years it has been used to sell furniture and household goods.
Domino’s plan to use part of the ground floor and it is not clear what will happen to the remainder of the property.
Domino’s plans to replace the shop front and install a new extraction system.
The firm says the majority of its clients will have their food delivered and so it does not expect a big increase in traffic at the site.
It also says the majority of its pizzas are eaten at home and so it would not create any litter in the area.