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The Marlow Club announce redevelopment plans

| December 6, 2017

The Marlow Club in Fieldhouse Lane, Globe Business Park, Marlow have plans to redevelopment their facilities.

Plans for the redevelopment were submitted to Wycombe District Council this week. They include the creation of a high-end, dedicated Yoga and Pilates studio. In addition to a wide range of mat Yoga sessions, from Ashtanga to Hatha and Vinyasa to Chakra, the new facility will also offer Reformer Pilates.

Jon Williams, Chief Operating Officer at The Marlow Club, says: ‘The addition of this purpose-built Yoga and Pilates studio will create a facility unlike anything else on offer in the Southern Counties.

The studio will have its own dedicated reception space, enabling members to gather and wait in comfort before the start of their class. We will also be offering a new membership category for those who only wish to make use of this part of our Club.

The studio will offer a full programme of classes, throughout the day and evenings, seven days a week, to ensure accessibility to as many people as possible.

The renovated club will also offer a new lounge and restaurant, providing the perfect place for members and non-members to chill out and socialise.

A new, seasonal menu, featuring locally sourced produce, will be supported by a dedicated juice and protein bar.

Under the new plans, the ladies’ changing rooms will be significantly extended and refurbished to including a range of luxury hair styling equipment such as dryers and straighteners to create a pamper experience on every visit.

A new two-tier car park, which is currently within the planning phase, located directly opposite will address the car parking needs.

Jon Williams concludes: ‘To ensure the club continues to meet the evolving needs of the membership, we have always placed importance on regular investment but this next phase of development will move the Club to a new level of prestige.

We have been planning major works for some time and it is really exciting to have finally submitted plans.

If the redevelopment plans are approved work is expected to start in April 2018. The Club will remain open throughout.

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