If the plans, which were submitted to Barnsley Council in January, are approved then the new site at Rockingham Business Park will transform a 25,000 sq ft warehouse into a trampoline park that will house over 120 interconnected trampoline beds.
The proposed park will offer a timetable of fitness classes, parkour and trampoline lessons, alongside dedicated parts and event rooms and a spacious cafe.
Marketing director Lisa Entwistle-Evans said: “The response on social media for the proposed Barnsley venue has been fantastic.
“We’ve already had an influx of requests for those keen to seek employment at the venue – hence why we’re hopeful for a positive planning decision so that we can breathe life into Go Air Barnsley”
The Go Air Group opened their first site, Go Air Cardiff, in November 2015, followed by Go Air Manchester which opened Easter 2016.
Planning permission has recently been secured on a third site in Swansea which is set to open this summer.
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