Norwich-based insurance firm Aviva has announced that it will be closing one of its offices as part of a shift towards more 'flexible working'.
Around 1,500 staff members at their Broadland Business Park site will be relocated to the offices in Surrey Street in Norwich City centre.
The firm say that this will allow staff to choose a mix of home and office working.
The city council has welcomed the move, which echoes a similar approach being taken by the council in response to the pandemic.
Aviva's property director, Karen Paterson, says the company wants their work spaces to inspire "creativity and collaboration".