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Clifford Health Club and Spa to undergo £2m redevelopment

Independently-owned Clifford Health Club and Spa in Nottingham will undergo a two-year, £2m expansion and redevelopment.

The development will see the addition of a number of facilities.

At the large Fire & Ice Spa, a new 1,700sq ft dry relaxation area will house a coffee and juice bar with 15 tiled heated loungers and 15 traditional loungers. A new Herbal Infusion steamroom and a Hot Box will also be added.

At the day spa area, six double treatment rooms will be built and the health café will double in size. There will also be a new relaxing and waiting area.

The roof space of the building will also be utilised, adding 8,000sq feet of floor space.

At the gym, 80 new pieces of equipment will be added to the selection of CV and resistance kit and an extra group exercise room will be built to increase class capacity.

The new areas and facilities will be added in stages, with the first phase – which includes works at the Fire & Ice Spa – launching in January 2019.

The final stage, a 4,000sq ft expansion of the spa, is expected to be completed in July 2020.

"As of the last eleven years, we will continue our ambitious and bold expansion plan and I am delighted to announce that after prolonged negotiations we have managed to secure additional areas for us to expand in," said Mark Clifford, owner of the club.

"The new areas will give us an additional 13,000sq ft to continue building something very special indeed."

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Independently-owned Clifford Health Club and Spa in Nottingham will undergo a two-year, £2m expansion and redevelopment.
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