KentLive is detailing “Everything you need to know about the new ‘London Paramount’ Theme Park”.
Set to open in 2022, London Paramount Entertainment Resort will cost in the region of £3 billion. The resort will boast 5, 000 hotel rooms and be home to the planned 110 acre theme park.
The site is an old landfill site on the Swanscombe Peninsula in North Kent and pushing a thousand companies have already shown interest in investing in the project, which has the financial backing of the Kuwaiti European Holdings compan (owned by the Al-Humaidi family). Planning permission for the theme park is due to be submitted by the end of next year by London Resort Company Holdings.
The movie-themed park will include rides and attractions based upon a host of popular IPs, including popular British brands such as Aardman Animations’ Wallace and Gromit and the BBC’s Dr.Who.
There will also be a huge indoor waterpark, a 1, 500 seat theatre to see “West End quality” shows, cinemas, bars, lots of restaurant and – importantly for those familiar with the British climate – around 70% of the park will be undercover.