New fitness space coming to Greenwich if plans approved

Plans have been submitted for a fitness space and cafe on Norman Road in Greenwich.

The proposal is from Punch Club who operate boxing-based classes. This end unit is the site:

To avoid issues with neighbours in new-build Hilton’s Wharf, the operators propose a silent disco operation when classes are underway.

Gym growth

This plan is just the latest in a string of gym and fitness centres opening in Greenwich. Good Gym opened on Creek Road recently:

Two others are near Waitrose at New Capital Quay and at the Movement development near Greenwich station.

Many developments are planned in the area to provide custom. Saxon Wharf is one such site and a stones throw from where Punch Club plan to open. Click here to see those plans for Saxon Wharf.

Click here to see the plans.

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5 thoughts on “New fitness space coming to Greenwich if plans approved

  • there’s also the meridian across the bridge at creek side and don’t know which one you mean at NCQ but there is a new one opening there (with the ridiculous “offer” of £40 per 2 weeks) and of course there’s the city lifestyle at wood wharf although that has been closed.

    • How many gyms and coffee shops does Greenwich need?!!!
      Greenwich is seriously in need of a better mix of shops that cater for the local community.

      • I for one demand more betting shops and off licenses!

  • There’s a ton of unoccupied retail and commercial space in new developments.


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