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Green light for new Bristol trampoline park

Trampoline - Bristol is set to get another trampoline park - SantanderCB

Bristol is set to get another trampoline park after a scheme by a company behind a similar venture in Swindon was granted planning consent. It is estimated that the new centre could support up to 65 jobs. Alpha Bounce, which trades as Freedog, opened its first trampoline park in Swindon in July last year and is now proposing a second site in Bristol. Nash Partnership, on behalf of the developer, submitted a full planning application in January for a change of use of an industrial unit on the Temple Gate Business Park close to the city centre. Along with the trampolines, the 31,000 sq ft unit would feature party rooms, a café and viewing area. Bristol City Council granted planning consent for the change of use on 6 April. Bristol is currently home to the world's biggest indoor trampoline park. The site's owner Airhop recently secured funding from Santander to add more sites. The £6m investment will allow the business to add 18 new locations to its portfolio and create up to 1,500 jobs.

 

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