Rose Lane office block in Norwich could get a rooftop restaurant

The former Rose Lane Business Centre, which is being rebranded and could get a rooftop restaurant. P

The former Rose Lane Business Centre, which is being rebranded and could get a rooftop restaurant. Photo: Bill Smith. - Credit: Archant © 2008

The top of a Norwich city centre office block, which has stood vacant for more than five years, could be turned into a restaurant.

Y Construction, the owners of Rose Lane Business Centre, had asked Norwich City Council for permission to change the use of the fifth floor of the building into a restaurant.

Officers at City Hall have given the proposal the go-ahead, with the restaurant open to the public between 7am and midnight.

The business centre, built in the early 1970s, was formerly used by Aviva, but has long stood empty.

But Y Construction is looking to breathe new life into the property.


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It is rebranding the 70,000 square foot business centre as The Union Building, offering refurbished offices and studio space to let.

The developers have already got permission for a gym and nursery in the building.

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