PIZZA giant Domino’s has revealed plans to open its third takeaway in East Lothian.

The American company, which already has branches in Musselburgh and Tranent, is eyeing up premises on Haddington High Street.

The building is currently home to The Grain but an application for alterations and the change of use from a restaurant/café to hot food takeaway has now been lodged with East Lothian Council’s planning department.

The application, from DPSK Ltd, follows in the footsteps of a separate application for advertising consent, including new signs, which was validated last month.

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The latest proposals highlight the fitting out of the ground floor to form “pizza store including extract, ventilation and condenser units”.

Currently, Domino’s has more than 15,000 branches across the world.

A decision on the latest proposals, which have already drawn concern from some members of the public, is expected in early March.