A multi-billion-pound theme park and resort, The London Resort, has revealed photos of its brand new theme parks, aiming to provide a “world-class, sustainable next-generation” experience, leading it to be dubbed the UK’s very own Disneyland.
According to the Sun, the resort, based in Kent, will be the size of 136 Wembley Stadiums and packed full of rides and attractions. There will be different zones throughout the park, with one area showcasing castles, while another is Aztec themed, complete with an ancient citadel and pyramid.
The resort has signed deals with Paramount Pictures BBC and ITV, so it is thought that some of the attractions will be themed around TV shows and films.
Kevin Suh, president of themed entertainment and consumer products for Paramount Pictures, previously said: "The London Resort represents a truly global resort opportunity and we're delighted to be playing our part in bringing iconic movies to life in truly immersive experiences and rides.
"We're also delighted, as the most iconic studio in Hollywood, to be sharing our unparalleled catalogue of instantly recognisable films and characters.”
The resort will be created on 872 acres of land that is currently an industrial site near the areas of Gravesham, Dartford and Thurrock. The resort’s planners held a public consultation and proposed a dedicated access road to the A2 and easy access from Ebbsfleet International railway station.
An application for Development Consent Order will be put forward this winter, with a detailed design and contractor appointment appointed next year.
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