Plans for personal training studio for empty Rhosnesni property given
Plans to convert an empty property in Rhosnesni into a personal training studio have been approved.
In September, it was reported that an application had been submitted to Wrexham Council proposing that the Rhosnesni Lane retail unit be used as a space for personal trainers to work with clients primarily on a one-to-one basis.
The property was used as a warehouse for charity.
However, according to the plans, the claimants said the change in use would allow the property to be open seven days a week.
As part of the plans, the claimants said that due to the nature of the works, it is unlikely that there will be more than six cars in the property’s car park at any one time.
The proposals have now been approved by delegated decision by the municipality’s chief planning officer.
Other details provided by the applicants in a design and access statement also explained the changes that would be made to the property.
They said: “Due to the nature of what we do there won’t be a lot of noise like an average commercial gym, but we will have a PA system in place for background music.
“The owner assured us there were no waste or drainage issues.”
The claimant claims that neighboring businesses have already been consulted on the plans and that there will be no increase in waste from the site, which would retain the current toilet and sink – both located at the rear of the building with drainage.
They added: “The only external changes will be a fresh coat of paint and a new sign up front.
“Internally, we plan to put two stud walls and paint all the walls.”
The claimants add that neighboring businesses have already been consulted on the plans, and that there will be no increase in waste from the site, which would retain the current toilet and sink – both located at the rear of the building with drainage.