Work has recently started on groundworks for a Greene King pub, which will include a restaurant and bar area providing some 200 covers as well as car parking for patrons, and will trade under the Hungry Horse brand. At the same time, work has started on an adjacent Costa Coffee drive-through outlet. Both new facilities will have a high profile frontage on to Yarmouth Road and will add to the already excellent facilities the park offers.
A spokesman for Greene King, commented: “We are really excited about this new development. Broadland Business Park is a great location for a family pub and we can’t wait to open next year. We hope that the fun atmosphere and great value of a Hungry Horse will see both people from the business park and from the local area flocking to the pub to grab a bite to eat or a drink.”
Tom Sword from Whitbread, owners of Costa Coffee said: “With Broadland Business Park being on the busy Yarmouth Road and adjacent to the Postwick Hub, as well as immediately fronting the Yarmouth Road, it is an ideal and high profile location for a Costa drive-through outlet.”
The Greene King pub is due open in early February, with the Costa outlet opening in late March.
James Allen, senior partner at Roche Chartered Surveyors, agents for Broadland Business Park, said: “The arrival of two high profile brands on Broadland Business Park underscores the attraction of the Park and we are delighted that both Costa and Greene King will be opening here. In addition, enquiries for the high quality office space that Broadland Business Park offers have increased and a number of companies are now showing genuine interest in the suites we have available.”