High-profile chef Jamie Oliver is to open a site in the Grade-II listed Market Building in London’s Covent Garden, M&C Report understands. The chef will open a permanent site in the space, which has been occupied over the last five months by a pop-up restaurant from high-quality British food concept Canteen. It is thought that Oliver will open a tweaked version of either his Jamie’s Italian or Union Jacks concepts at the site, which will become vacant next month. It is understood that the chef has put in planning permission to construct a glass box to go into the glass-covered building. A spokesperson for Jamie Oliver told M&C Report “We’re excited about the prospect and are currently in discussions. When more details become available, we will release them.” Davis Coffer Lyons is believed to have acted on behalf of landlord CapCo on the deal.