McDonald's wants to open a new restaurant in Nottinghamshire to create more than 60 new jobs.
It is planned on part of the Asda parking garage in Old Mill Lane, Forest Town, Mansfield.
McDonald's spokeswoman said: "We can confirm that we have filed a request for a new drive-through restaurant on the existing Asda parking garage in Mansfield, which would create at least 65 jobs in the region.
"We look forward to furthering this opportunity and the significant investment it could bring to the local community."
The fast food giant has submitted plans to the Mansfield District Council.
In front of the restaurant is a play area "for younger customers to climb and discover" planned.
The number of car parking spaces at the site would be reduced from 604 to 525 if the plans are approved.
Access to the thoroughfare and the restaurant is via the existing car park.
Shared parking spaces are located north of the restaurant.
"Internally, the design concept should give visitors to the restaurant a bright, lively, modern and contemporary ambience," it says in the planning documents.
"The proposed design achieves this through the colors and materials used.
"This in turn confirms McDonald's brand image of a state-of-the-art restaurant that meets the design goals of the restaurant."
According to the documents McDonald & # 39; s is to ensure that noise and disturbances are reduced to a minimum.
"All shift managers get enough conflict resolution to make sure they can deal effectively with noise or anti-social behavior.
"External complaints are also taken very seriously, and in extreme cases, the restaurant manager will contact the Council and the police to discuss measures to reduce noise and behavior if the current proposal is not effective.
"Restaurant management strives to work in partnership with local police to prevent crime and disorder in the area, such as providing testimony to the police in disorderly behavior, and providing CCTV material for evidence.
"The management team is trained to constantly monitor the parking lot to ensure that customers who cause excessive noise or noise leave the building immediately or are alerted to the police if necessary.
"In addition, the restaurant operates a comprehensive digital CCTV system with external cameras to monitor and prevent antisocial behavior."
Nottinghamshire Live contacted Asda for a comment.