Dated 28 Dec 17.
The East Anglian Bangladeshi Islamic Trust received permission from Norwich City Council this month to build the facility on Aylsham Road.
As well as a mosque, the scheme will see the former pub, which closed in December 2014, turned into a community cafe.
Management committee secretary Sirajul Islam said the new building was needed to accommodate the East Anglian Islamic Centre’s growing congregation of 250 people, which is currently based on Rose Lane.
Mr Islam said: “It has been a long-term aspiration for our community to have a building of our own and to have an identity in the city.
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