The Royal Parks are used by people of all ages and of different fitness levels as part of a healthy lifestyle, from lunchtime joggers to Olympic and Paralympic athletes such as David Weir and Mo Farah.

Being a licensed fitness operator gives you the exciting opportunity of undertaking fitness activities in some truly unique and world renowned environments.

If you wish to use the parks for personal training or to run group fitness sessions you must be licensed. We licence operators to ensure that:

  • the parks are protected
  • access to and use of public open space is preserved for all visitors
  • park visitors can benefit from, enjoy and engage in fitness training in a variety of outdoor environments
  • fitness operators hold appropriate qualifications (based on industry best practice), and are fully insured and hold liability for participant's safety.

As a licensed fitness operator your business will also be promoted on our website and on our social media channels.

Find out how you can become a licensed fitness operator:

 

Fitness licence application form

Apply online for a Royal Parks fitness licence.

Fees and charges for fitness licences

Find out the costs for annual and one day fitness licences in the Royal Parks.

Code of conduct for outdoor fitness training

Fitness licence holders must agree to abide by the code of conduct for outdoor fitness training at all times.

Licensed fitness operators in the Royal Parks

View a list of the fitness operators who are licensed in the Royal Parks.


Fitness Training Licences

The Royal Parks are used by people of all ages and of different fitness levels as part of a healthy lifestyle, from lunchtime joggers to Olympic and Paralympic athletes such as David Weir and Mo Farah.

Being a licensed fitness operator gives you the exciting opportunity of undertaking fitness activities in some truly unique and world renowned environments.

If you wish to use the parks for personal training or to run group fitness sessions you must be licensed. We licence operators to ensure that:

  • the parks are protected
  • access to and use of public open space is preserved for all visitors
  • park visitors can benefit from, enjoy and engage in fitness training in a variety of outdoor environments
  • fitness operators hold appropriate qualifications (based on industry best practice), and are fully insured and hold liability for participant's safety.

As a licensed fitness operator your business will also be promoted on our website and on our social media channels.

Find out how you can become a licensed fitness operator:

 

Fitness licence application form

Apply online for a Royal Parks fitness licence.

Fees and charges for fitness licences

Find out the costs for annual and one day fitness licences in the Royal Parks.

Code of conduct for outdoor fitness training

Fitness licence holders must agree to abide by the code of conduct for outdoor fitness training at all times.

Licensed fitness operators in the Royal Parks

View a list of the fitness operators who are licensed in the Royal Parks.

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Contact Details

The Hub, Outer Circle
Regents Park
London NW1 4RU

Opening Hours

The Hub is open 7 days a week from 8:30am.

Closing times vary throughout the year, view closing times.

Contact the Hub

Phone: 0300 061 2323
Email: thehub@royalparks.gsi.gov.uk

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Whether you are planning a meeting, sports day, kids party, sports event or corporate event, the Hub offers you a unique facility to cater for a range of activities.

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The Royal Parks are used by people of all ages and of different fitness levels as part of a healthy lifestyle, from lunchtime joggers to Olympic and Paralympic athletes such as David Weir and Mo Farah.

Being a licensed fitness operator gives you the exciting opportunity of undertaking fitness activities in some truly unique and world renowned environments.

If you wish to use the parks for personal training or to run group fitness sessions you must be licensed. We licence operators to ensure that:

As a licensed fitness operator your business will also be promoted on our website and on our social media channels.

Find out how you can become a licensed fitness operator:

 

Fitness licence application form

Apply online for a Royal Parks fitness licence.

Fees and charges for fitness licences

Find out the costs for annual and one day fitness licences in the Royal Parks.

Code of conduct for outdoor fitness training

Fitness licence holders must agree to abide by the code of conduct for outdoor fitness training at all times.

Licensed fitness operators in the Royal Parks

View a list of the fitness operators who are licensed in the Royal Parks.