Market Drayton

Take a look at some of the Market Drayton innovations.


Plastic made from coffee beans

We are using bioplastic made from our used coffee beans for the lettering on our walls


Wrapping up warm

We are using sheep’s wool to insulate the walls and keep us all warm. It’s 100% biodegradable, so it can be composted once it’s done its job


Innovation that sticks

The paste we’re using to stick graphics to the walls is made with starch from potatoes that would otherwise have gone to waste


One step at a time

The kerbstones are made from recycled plastic bottles. So we’re putting used plastic to good use, and reducing carbon emissions by 25kg per kerb compared to concrete kerbs

The people behind our Plan

Matt Winfield, Franchisee

“I'm already incredibly proud to be a McDonald's franchisee, so to potentially have the first McDonald’s UK and Ireland net zero emissions standard restaurant in build and in use will make me even more proud. Things are being done that I didn't realise were even possible.”


Making a home for wildlife

We’re working with a local school to transform the land around the site into an area of biodiversity to protect and encourage local wildlife as part of our ambition to have a positive impact on nature.


* Our Market Drayton restaurant will apply the UKGBC Net Zero Carbon Buildings Framework definition of ’net zero carbon – construction (modules A1 – A5)’ and ‘net zero carbon – operational energy (module B6)’. 

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