Plans to expand an Aberdeen gym and allow a jiu-jitsu group to operate have been approved.
Proposals had been submitted to Aberdeen City Council for alterations to the Fitness Centre on Clarence Street.
The application sought permission to “expand the gym suite into an existing storage area (which previously was a part of the gym/sports hall) and to allow a martial arts club to operate from the gym”.
The council has given the plans the go-ahead.
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The local authority’s decision notice stated: “The proposed use of a room adjacent to part of the existing gymnasium (ancillary to the wider office complex) by a martial arts club would not have a significant impact on the viability or operations of the surrounding office uses nor, due to its small-scale, would it significantly impact on the function of the wider business and industrial zoning of the area.”