Paramount 'Disneyland rival' theme park seeks Kent views

Computer generated image of proposed entertainment resort Image copyright FTI
Image caption Plans for the resort include an enormous indoor water attraction and a Hollywood-inspired theme park

The brains behind a planned £2bn theme park that aims to rival Disneyland Paris are heading out to woo the people of Kent.

Developers have been granted a licence from Paramount Pictures to use its name on a resort on the Swanscombe Peninsula, near Dartford.

Fun park chiefs hope their giant water park and Hollywood-inspired thrill centre will win public support.

London Resort Company Holdings hopes to submit a planning application in 2015.

Public exhibitions will be held at:

  • Ebbsfleet Academy, in Swanscombe, on 10 July
  • North Kent Community Church, in Gravesend, on 11 July
  • The British Legion, in Greenhithe, on 11 July
  • Swanscombe Leisure Centre, in Swanscombe, on 12 July

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