Multi-millionaire offers up large office block for coronavirus use
A wealthy Norfolk businessman is offering the free use of his 10,000sqft newly refurbished office block to help fight coronavirus.
Andre Serruys, who owns the new burger bar Harry’s in Chapelfield, formerly Pedro’s, along with other businesses, has just finished refurbishing a large office in Lenwade, near Norwich.
The property in Norwich Road was the base for his former scrap metal business.
He would have let it commercially but has now contacted this newspaper to say it is available free for use in the fight against coronavirus, whether for NHS workers, for medical use or it could be possibly converted for use by patients.
He said: “It is just finished to a very high standard, in normal circumstances we would let it commercially but I’m wondering if it might have some potential medical or other use at this difficult time. Of course there would be no charge.”
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If you are interested in the offer, you can contact Mr Serruys by emailing him at email@example.com
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