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Tuesday, 26 September 2017

Dundee is a step closer to becoming a jumper’s paradise today as Ryze, the UK’s leading trampoline park operator, has submitted a new planning application for a state-of-the art aerial sports park within the city.

Dundee City Council will now consider plans for a 37,000 sq. foot trampoline park, located in the north of the city.

The aerial sports park, set to share space with Dundee’s successful Soccerworld, will see around £1.5 million invested in some of the most state-of-the-art trampoline equipment and help bring a further 60 new jobs to the local community.

Ryze, which already has two successful properties in Edinburgh and Glasgow and who are committed to bringing their exciting offering to Dundee, is part of the Circus Trix brand. With over 70 parks across the globe, the company prides itself in being the leading innovator within the aerial sports industry.

The company, famed for providing the ultimate test in jumping, will create Dundee’s first purpose-built indoor Parkour area, along with an Aerial Ninja Obstacle Course, Super Trampolines, Foam Pits, Dodgeball, Hanging Bags and much more – set to test thrill seekers across Scotland and beyond.

Scott Fairgrieve, Managing Partner of Ryze, said: “Ryze will be a fantastic addition to the city, providing a truly state-of-the-art aerial sports park for both those who live and work in the area and visitors to Dundee, keen to get their pulses racing.

 “Trampolining and aerial sports are activities that everyone can take part in and our plans for Dundee will see a fantastic development alongside Soccerworld, creating a world class leisure destination that will provide both a safe and extremely fun environment.

 “Not only will Ryze be an additional attraction for the city’s growing tourism industry, the park will have much wider economic and employment benefit, bringing a number of job opportunities to the area – something that we are extremely proud of.

 “We have exciting plans for Ryze Dundee and look forward to realising them.”