Glin­ton of­fices get new owner

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Business Telegraph -

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.”

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