One of the UK’s biggest holiday lettings companies has found a new home in a business park near Norwich, with its owners saying they hope to turn the site into a regional hub.

Travel Chapter, a Devon-based travel firm which recently acquired the Norfolk-based Original Cottage Company, has signed a rental agreement on the newly refurbished Lancaster House office block on St Andrews Business Park.

The 13,458 sq ft building was previously occupied by NPS Group, but has been looking for new tenants since it was renovated last year. 

Eastern Daily Press: Lancaster House, St Andrews Business ParkLancaster House, St Andrews Business Park (Image: Arnolds Keys)

Mike Newby, head of facilities and logistics at Travel Chapter, said the company was planning to move various local offices under one roof to create a large regional hub at the business park. 

He added: “The Travel Chapter team is delighted to have acquired the lease on Lancaster House and we look forward to relocating to these new facilities in the near future, enabling our continued business development.”

The travel company joins several others located at the business park, including accountants Price Bailey, oil and gas producer Perenco, and chartered surveyors Oxbury & Co.