A fast-food company has a Watford store opening in its sights after it signed a major expansion deal.

Last week, chicken wing company Wingers announced it had agreed a 30-store development deal for West London and the Thames Valley.

The deal allows the five investors who signed on to open new locations within the specified territory.

Potential locations Wingers shared that it is looking at include Watford, as well as Windsor, Maidenhead, Chiswick, Ealing and Slough.

Two of the stores are already set to open before the end of 2024, the company added, although it did not specify where.

One Wingers franchisee who signed the deal, Tajinder Choongh, described the agreed franchise territory as stretching “from Watford to Wembley and into the Thames Valley”.

The brand was founded by Bill Sunner and his sons, Amran and Dylan, during the pandemic and currently has six stores after launching as a franchise this autumn.

Watford Observer: Tajinder Choongh and Amran Sunner.Tajinder Choongh and Amran Sunner. (Image: Wingers)

It expects to double its number of locations by the end of 2024.

Amran Sunner said: “It’s been an amazing year. We’ve successfully opened new restaurants and taken new franchisees under our wing.

“Now the West London and Thames Valley development deal sees our expansion take flight in and around the capital.”