Gravity Fitness Limited has reached a deal for another Yorkshire based indoor trampoline park at the St Stephen’s Shopping Centre in Hull.

The operator is represented by Savills, the international real estates advisor, and has secured a new lease for 15 years for a 15,000 sq ft (1,394 sq m) unit on the second floor of the shopping centre, for which it will pay a rent of £100,000 every year.

Scheduled to open in the summer of 2016, the site will be the fifth venue Gravity has unveiled after similar deals were secured in Glasgow, Norwich, Maidstone and Castleford.

Savills has been instructed by Gravity to attain further spaces of 20,000 sq ft (1,858 sq m) or bigger in high footfall buildings such as leisure or retail parks, high streets and shopping centres across the country.

Gravity Fitness Limited spokesperson, Harvey Jenkinson, said that the company is excited and pleased to be unveiling its latest trampoline park and second in the Yorkshire area after its great success opening a park at Castleford’s Xscape centre.

He added that the trampoline operator has seen its customers travel for many miles to its centres and is now anticipating a continuation of its expansion.

Savills’ Retail Director, Steve Henderson, said that the concept of trampoline parks initially gained popularity in the US and have now transcended to the UK leisure scene.

Mr Henderson added that Savills are delighted to have secured another Yorkshire venue for Gravity and are looking at several other sites across the UK.

The new Hull trampoline park was formerly run as an indoor soft play area by the ‘Monkey Bizness’ firm and will now be transformed into a wall-to-wall trampoline centre along with battle beams and foam pits.

Gravity is owned by two businessmen from Bridlington, Harvey Jenkinson and Michael Harrison.