I reported back in July about a proposed Paramount resort being built on the Swanscombe peninsula in Kent. The article can be found here.
Paramount London Entertainment Resort have recently released plains for the park on their website londonparamount.info. They are currently at stage one: Public engagement on consultation strategy. The £2 Billion project will transform an 872-acre brownfield site on the Swanscombe peninsula in Kent. The resort is expected to welcome 50,000 people through its doors every day and create 27,000 jobs. The resort will be host more than 50 rides and attractions, all themed around famous films, television programmes, video games and other Paramount hits. The park will feature a water park, theme park, sporting facilities, an entertainment street, a staff training academy and about 5,000 hotel rooms. Construction of the park is expected to start in Winter 2016 to Spring 2020. The grand opening for Easter 2020.
There wil be multiple zones including Adventure Isle, Land of Legends, Cartoon Circus, Action Square, Port Paramount, Entertainment City.
Here is the plan for the park,
Andy Martin, part of the London Paramount development team, said:
“It’s coming together really well. We are pleased with the response so far – it has been almost entirely good.”
“As long as we get the infrastructure right, I think people are excited about it.”