From a new ice cream shop to a Thai restaurant, there are plenty of changes under way at Chantry Place.

Here are five updates that shoppers will notice this summer.

1) Rosa's Thai

The former Byron Burger is being replaced by the national chain Rosa's Thai.

The restaurant will set up a large indoor and outdoor seating area alongside a waiting lobby for customers and order collection.

The restaurant has not unveiled its opening plans but it has revealed its reservations are available to book very soon.

2) Pop Specs

Eyewear company Pop Specs, which aims to make buying glasses "fun, affordable and quick", has opened on the Upper Ground Floor between Pandora and Hollister.

The team won the backing of three dragons while on Dragon's Den after pitching how they could make prescription glasses in just 20 minutes.

Vinni Virdee from Pop Specs said: “We can’t wait to welcome everyone in to have some fun and enjoy wearing glasses again."

3) Trespass

'Closing down' banners have been put up in the Trespass shop on the ground floor of the shopping centre.

The Norwich branch follows in the footsteps of others across the country after stores in Harrogate, Canterbury, Derby, Solihull, Workington and Chesterfield were closed earlier this year.

The store has not yet announced its official closing date but talks are under way with brands to replace the space.

4) Ben & Jerry's

Ben & Jerry's is taking over the former Warren James store and is due to be open before the school summer holidays start.

The Vermont-based brand has already proved popular with ice cream lovers in Norwich as its Free Cone Day held in April saw shoppers queueing for a complimentary scoop.

It comes after the arrival of East Coast Gelato earlier this year - an award-winning gelato parlour which now has three stores across the county. 

5) Superdry

Superdry store shut its doors in June as the company continues to experience a troubled time.

The firm has already got rid of its stock and is standing empty on the Marks & Spencer approach to the shopping centre. 

It means the fashion brand's nearest branch for shoppers is now in Bury St Edmunds.