Isenhurst Health Club has announced that it is to double the size of its Uckfield club, making it the biggest gym space in the area.
Businessman and owner of the Isenhurst chain, Steve Butler, has acquired the unit next door to the current premises on the Bellbrook Estate from Marrutt Professional and Photographic Ink and Paper, who are moving to a new warehouse.
The new unit which is about 5,500 sq ft of space will be home to a fitness studio approximately three times the size of the existing one.
The new space will also house a weights area, strength and conditioning studio as well as a spinning studio, freeing up the current gym for the latest in high tech cardio and fitness equipment.
The second phase of the re-development will see the existing changing rooms upgraded and expanded, as well as the coffee and lounge area more than doubling in size.
Dan Sanger, manager of Isenhurst Health Clubs commented: “We are thrilled to be expanding our Uckfield branch. Currently the smallest of the three Isenhurst clubs, the expansion has come at the right time to modernise it, making it one of the most exciting places for health and fitness in the Uckfield area.
“The work will definitely add a new dynamic to the club, which first opened its doors in 2001.”
The heated indoor 15-metre pool will remain at the club, along with its spa and sauna. Isenhurst’s other health clubs and gyms are in Crowborough and Cross In Hand.