Persimmon Homes Anglia, the region’s biggest house builder, has moved into its own new home on Broadland Business Park.
Staff have transferred to the purpose-built headquarters from their previous offices near Lowestoft, where the company has been based since the 1970s.
Long-serving employee Gillian Keiley, who has worked for Persimmon for 25 years, performed the ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially open the new building at Bankside 100.
Andrew Fuller, managing director of Persimmon Homes Anglia told the Eastern Daily Press: “We have ambitious plans for further growth and need a headquarters that can accommodate that expansion. The more central location of Broadland Business Park will allow us to meet the targets we have set ourselves as well as providing first class accommodation for our staff.”
Up to 50 staff will be based at the three-storey, 9,000 sq ft office.