Insurance firm Aviva is closing three UK offices and reducing the size of others as it makes flexible working a permanent feature beyond the pandemic. The FTSE 100 firm is to close two offices in Broadland Business Park in Norwich and another in York by the end of March. It is not, however, abandoning any of its 14 locations in the UK, with both Norwich and York retaining one office in each of the city centres. […] Aviva is seeking third-party occupiers for the two Broadland offices – which hosted 1,500 staff – as soon as possible. […] The way we use our office space is changing significantly. As our people continue to work in a new flexible way we want our offices to inspire creativity and collaboration. Our intention is to invest in our sites to provide a more vibrant, inspiring and flexible workspace for our people,” Aviva said in a statement.
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