Pizza Hut reveals locations of its 29 restaurant closures - here's where it leaves Scarborough

Pizza Hut has revealed the locations of its restaurant closures and Scarborough is on the hitlist.

Friday, 11th September 2020, 8:40 am
Updated Monday, 14th September 2020, 10:48 am
Pizza Hut, Huntriss row, Scarborough

Following its announcement on September 9 that it plans to close more than one in 10 of its restaurants in Britain, putting around 450 jobs at risk, the group sent a list of affected eateries two days later.

A statement today, Friday September 11, said: “We are doing everything we can to redeploy our team members from our Pizza Hut Restaurants locations that are closing and minimise the impact to our workforce. We are therefore unable to share exact job loss numbers for each Hut. We understand this is a difficult time for everyone involved and are supporting our team members as much as possible throughout this transition.”

The chain has confirmed its delivery outlets will be unaffected.

Cambridge, Regent Street

Leicester, Haymarket

Grantham, The Manors Arm

Huddersfield, John William Street

Glasgow, Great Western Retail Park

Cumbernauld, South Muirhead Road

Plymouth, Royal Parade

Maidenhead, Unit 3

Oxford, George Street

Dunstable, White Lion Retail Park

Bury St Edmunds, Unit 2

Chelmsford, Moulsham Street

Leyton Mill, Marshall Road

Scarborough, Huntriss Row

Worcester, Shrub Hill Retail Park

Stafford, The Hough Retail Park

Newcastle-under-Lyme, Unit 2 The Square

Thornton Cleveleys, Jubilee Gardens

Penistone, Unit B Penistone Road

Sheffield, High Street 41-47

Croydon, North End

Maidstone, King Street

Gravesend, Imperial Park

Salisbury, Blue Boar Row

Basingstoke, Retail Park

Brighton, Dyke Road

Weston-super-Mare, The Poaches Pocket

Cardiff, Culverhouse Cross

Stratford, The Broadway 52/54

In its announcement this week, Pizza Hut said the proposed restaurant closures follow "significant disruption" to its profits after the coronavirus pandemic.

The restaurant chain warned that its sales "are not expected to fully bounce back until well into 2021".