Dundee’s first-ever trampoline park is set to open in four months after councillors approved plans for the attraction.
City councillors are likely to give a bid to bring a Ryze trampoline park to Dundee the green light after it was given the stamp of approval by planners.
A trampoline park planned for Dundee will have an indoor Parkour area, an aerial obstacle course and much more, if it gets the green light.
A new bid has been launched to bring a trampoline park to Dundee — replacing part of a five-a-side football facility.
The director of Ryze has confirmed he is still aiming to open his third park in Dundee despite another setback.
Proposals for a £2 million trampoline park in Dundee have been rejected by planning chiefs.
Bosses behind a new trampoline park are “one step closer” to bringing their £2 million attraction to Dundee — creating more than 100 jobs.
Bosses behind a trampoline attraction planned for Dundee are looking for a new home after the proposed site at The Stack Leisure Park fell through.