Notcutts Norwich revamps

Notcutts garden centre in Norwich is the latest to undergo a development.

Notcutts restaurant has increased from 270 covers to 380 with staff numbers rising from 28 to 49.

The centre has also increased the space available for displaying plants and garden sundries by a third.

The Norwich site, which is the third best performing Notcutts centre, is expected to increase its turnover to around £7m next year, up from £5.5m, with the restaurant forecast to go from £750,00 to £1.3m.

Manager is Richard Greenacre.

Notcutts Staines completed a development last month. The 18-centre group is undergoing a £45m plan to transform centres.

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