As plans progress to develop a 24/7 service, it has become increasingly obvious that we need to update our current head office at Norwich Airport.
Following 12 months of discussions, meetings and input from staff, crew, trustees and visitors, we will be giving our beloved Hangar E at Gambling Close an upgrade – extending, renovating and making sure it is fit for our needs for 2020 and beyond. As well as providing the additional facilities we need to go 24/7, the planned building will bring all of our Norfolk and head office staff under one roof. And with additional facilities for a community and training room, we hope our supporters will see EAAA as part of their community.
The planning application was submitted in early July and is available to view on the Norwich City Council website.
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