Glinton offices get new owner
Highly qualified personal trainer JamalQureshi andhis teamareputtingthefinishing touches to the Fit4Less complexonCowgate, intheformer Rileys snooker club.
A designated spinning studio, with the latest Kaizer equipment has been created, and the size and layout of the main fitness studio means other classes can run simultaneously, including yoga, zumba, boxercise, fast fat burn and metcon.
Jamal, anNLPpractitioner and ABA level 1 boxing coach, said: “This won’t just be anothergymwherepeoplecome and just jump on the equipment.
“Our dedicated and qualified team of instructors, each withtheirownspecialskillset, will be there on the floor at all times and will help people achieve their goals.
“It doesn’t matter if they have never been in a gym be- fore, and need showing how to use the equipment and see whatclasses involve, or if they are advanced gym users, our team will be able to cater for all needs, andtherewillalways be someone available on the floor.”
Jamal added: “Lots of people join gyms and soon fall out of love with it. We want to change that with classes and workshops that help people understand more about exercise, diet and stress, so they can get the most out of their gym membership.”
Fit4Less is due to launch on September 19, and will be open 6am to 10pm, Monday to Friday, and 8am to 8pm at weekends.
Youcanjoinnowatthegym in person or online at join.f4l. com/Peterborough Savills, on behalf of a private vendor, has sold the freehold of Garrick House at 9 High Street in Glinton, Peterborough to a local investor for a guide price of £425,000. The 5,000 sq ft (465 sq m) two-storey building provides 11 serviced offices, 2 residential apartments and car parking. The offices are currently let to several occupiers on short- term and flexible leases at ‘all-inclusive’ rents, with one suite currently available for occupation. Edward Gee, associate in the business space team at Savills Peterborough, said: “Serviced office accommodation has become increasingly popular in recent years due to an increased number of startup companies.”