Plans have been submitted to enable an empty retail unit in the town centre to be changed into a fitness facility.
Samantha Barrett has applied to change the use of 44-46 Grove Street, which has been unoccupied since the Bank clothing shop closed years ago, to D2 (assembly and leisure).
The application states "The landloard is willing to let the property as D2 but we need to complete the process. We have measures in place to ensure that the property is suitable for the area in which is it located."
Adding "Gym equipment will be installed. There is an existing air conditioning unit that will be used. There is some technical equipment which allows us to project the bootcamp statistics onto a screen. There's also Bluetooth equipment to allow us to engage with users via headphones; this also allows us to play loud music without any externality during hours of office operation."
The proposed opening hours are 6.30am to 7.30pm Monday to Friday and 9am to 4pm on Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays.
The new business would employ six full time members of staff.
The planning application can be viewed on the Cheshire East Council website by searching for reference 19/4815M .