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Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailJD Sports’ spin off gym business is set to open its biggest fitness centre in the country by investing to open a state of the art facility at Belgrade Plaza in Coventry city centre.JD Gyms, part of the JD Sports fashion group, will create 20 jobs when it opens a 25,000sq ft gym on the first floor at Belgrade Plaza.The gym will be one of the biggest in the city and fully air conditioned with more than 200 pieces of fitness equipment and a large range of exercise sessions in the main studio specialising in ‘Les Mills’ classes.There will also be a dedicated spinning studio, training area, bootcamp zone, changing rooms and saunas.The gym will also boast the city’s biggest free weights area and will offer customers free parking when it opens in early January.Coventry will be JD Gyms’ fourth location in the country, following on from successful openings in Hull, Liverpool and Preston.JD Gyms will open its biggest ever site at Belgrade Plaza in Coventry. Fron left: Peter Deeley, Coun Kevin Maton and Alun PeacockAlun Peacock, managing director of JD Gyms, said: “This will be our biggest gym yet and we are looking forward to bringing our unique offer to Coventry.”This gym will be unlike any other in the city, centred around our vision of offering inspiring workout spaces with equipment sourced from the best manufacturers across the globe, including products and concepts not available anywhere else locally.”We refuse to follow the crowd when it comes to budget gyms and our existing properties are already leading the way in style and facilities at an unbelievable price.”The designers have created a cool, high end feel through motivating music, bespoke lighting and cool d which is only to be expected with a gym associated with the JD name.”Coventry based Deeley Construction has already started internal works at Belgrade Plaza to prepare for JD Gyms to fit it out before the end of this year and a new ground floor entrance will be created in Upper Well Street.The gym chain’s arrival is the latest development in a line of significant progress made at the site recently. Already home to Pizza Express, Bella Italia and Caf Rouge as well as a wholesae jerseys Premier Inn hotel, plans recently emerged for a shopping and student accommodation complex opposite the existing building.Once JD Gyms cheap china jerseys is in operation, it will leave just under 4,000sq ft of space available on the ground floor.Peter Deeley, of Belgrade Plaza developer the Deeley Group, said it was positive news for the city and the development.He cheap china jerseys said: “I am personally so pleased to see a letting of this significance at Belgrade Plaza and there is real momentum behind it now which is great to see.”There has been a real team effort between ourselves, as developers, and the city council to bring about this deal and I am delighted that we will cheap nfl jerseys be bringing a quality operator to the city.”I am confident that this latest deal will be the catalyst for Belgrade Plaza to reach its full potential.”Story Link Look: Plans unveiled for shopping complex and student village at Belgrade Plaza Coun Kevin Maton, cheap nfl jerseys Coventry council’s cabinet member for business, said: “This is excellent news and I’m delighted we have been able to work closely with the Deeley Group to help make it happen.”It is a testament to our ambitions for the City Centre that JD Gyms chose to bring their biggest gym yet to Coventry.”.

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