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Issue No 511 £2.00 news & jobs updated daily online
15 September - 28 September 2009 Circulation 23,016 (July 07 – June 08)
Dragon's Den entrepreneur to launch new gym chain
By Pete Hayman The company, which aims to achieve
significant growth in its first two years, will
A new fitness club chain – nuyuu fitness – provide customers with the option of
is set to launch later this year as the result monthly memberships costing £19.99
of a £2m partnership between business- based on a 12-month contract, or £24.99
man James Caan and former LA Fitness per month for members who opt to sign-up
national sales manager, Ben Silcox. on a non-contract basis.
The new chain has already acquired three Caan said: "We are talking about giving
LA Fitness gyms in Slough, Berkshire; people what they want, at a price they
Livingston, Scotland and East Grinstead in want, without sacrificing quality.
East Sussex, with a further three sites to be "The sector is ripe for a heavyweight
announced within the next six months. investor to come on board and the nuyuu
Caan – one of the stars of the BBC proposition is compelling. That, plus the
programme, Dragon's Den – is backing the fact there are some great deals to be made
nuyuu venture through private equity on properties at the moment, places nuyuu
company, Hamilton Bradshaw. in the ideal position to spearhead growth."
nuyuu fitness clubs will offer customers Silcox, who is set to be managing
modern facilities with a range of cv and director of the venture, added: "With
resistance machines equipped by Precor, as nuyuu, we believe we have got the formula
well as Vibrogym systems, which are Caan's private equity company Hamilton right and will be a force to be reckoned
designed to accelerate weight loss. Bradshaw is backing the new fitness chain within the gym industry."
New football stadium planned for Nottingham
City unveils plans for new venue which could host World Cup matches in 2018
By Pete Hayman Council as part of the city's
attempts to secure Host City
Nottingham Forest Football status as part of the FA's bid to
Club (NFFC) has unveiled plans stage the 2018 World Cup.
for the construction of a new Mark Arthur, NFFC chief
£100m stadium at Gamston as executive, said: "After exhaus-
part of the city's bid to be tive studies of the existing City
included as a host city at the Ground, and how redevelop-
2018 World Cup.
:
benoy
ment of both temporary and
The proposed inclusion of image permanent new facilities could
the Coca-Cola Championship The new stadium would be the take place on such a restricted
club's current City Ground home of Nottingham Forest FC site, the bid team have
Centre Manager | £52,182
venue will no longer be concluded, with the FA, that it
Let your imagination run
considered as a result of the NFFC is working alongside is impossible to transform the
wild in the recruitment section
new plans, which have been Rushcliffe Borough Council, ground into a fully compliant
presented to representatives of Nottingham City Council and FIFA stadium fit to host World
the Football Association (FA). Nottinghamshire County Cup matches in 2018."
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