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A FAST-food pizza chain has announced it will be opening in the centre of Bingley, creating up to 25 jobs.

Domino's Pizza will be moving into 95 Main Street, a prominent building on the corner of Park Road near Bingley Station.

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It was the brainchild of two local businesswomen, Rachel Barratt, of digital marketing agency Aire Media, and Emma Steele, of content-writing service ES Editorial, who met through the Bingley Hour community networking event.

It was clearly a meeting of minds: “We just felt there was nothing in Bingley to promote a positive message about businesses in the town,” says Rachel.

I hope that Domino's Pizza will respect the town, and make sure there are no issues with anti-social behaviour late at night.” A spokesman for Domino's said: “We are very much looking forward to bringing fresh, oven-baked pizza to homes in Bingley later this year.

START a conversation about hotbeds of business activity and you’re unlikely to hear Bingley mentioned. To be fair, it’s an easy mistake to make; Bingley’s many creative and inspiring businesses – like many others in the Aire Valley – hide their lights under a bushel, as the saying goes. Bingley is starting to find a new confidence, with a revitalised street scene and modern lighting, some interesting new shops and services emerging on the high street and a looming supermarket wars between two of the modern-day heroes of grocery retail, Aldi and Lidl.

The approved opening times for the takeaway are 10am to midnight on Sunday to Thursday and between 10am and 1am on Fridays and Saturdays.

Councillor David Heseltine (Cons, Bingley) said: “The fact that a building in the town centre is being brought back into use is good, but I have concerns about putting a takeaway on a very busy junction.

At the time the operator had not been announced, although the pizza giant has now revealed the business that will be converting the building.

Some of the objections to the plans included complaints that there would be too many takeaways in that area of Bingley, and that it could lead to Main Street becoming a “ghost town” during the day.

The footfall has been excellent and it’s been very valuable to see so many interesting and diverse businesses wanting to inter-trade locally, which has to be good for boosting the local economy.” All of which puts a big smile on the face of organisers Rachel and Emma.

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