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New fitness centre could be coming to business park

Workers at the companies already at home on a Cheltenham business park could soon have a chance to change their lifestyles for the better - if a new fitness centre goes ahead.

Planners are currently considering an application to open a fitness studio and more on the site which will be called Peak Fitness.

If applicant Edward Travers is given the thumbs-up by the borough council they will have approved a change of use of the former 175 square metre industrial unit on the Bramery Business Park and parking for five cars.

"Peak Fitness will hold great emphasis on a friendly and personal service, in a quiet environment, sympathetic to those not wishing to train in high volume, bodybuilding or commercial facility," said the application.

"Access will be by appointment only therefor all clients will receive a one-to-one experience with a qualified professional 100 per cent of the time."

The business will aim to supply "personal training and fitness, physiotherapy, nutrition programming and guidelines, healthy living tools and advice".

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