People have a final chance to have their say on the proposed Paramount entertainment resort in Kent before plans are formally submitted to government.
London Resort Company Holdings (LRCH), the developers of the scheme, has announced the final set of public exhibitions taking place across the region before they submit their planning application in late summer this year.
A scaled model of the resort will be on show at the public consultations as well as the emerging masterplan tackling issues like transport, the environment and wider regeneration.
A leaflet put through letterboxes this week promoting the consultations said: “The feedback we have received to date has helped us to evolve the proposals for the entertainment resort.
“We are now in a position to show you the plans we anticipate submitting to the Secretary of State in late summer 2015 and would like your views on the emerging masterplan and our approach to transport, environment and wider regeneration.”
If approved, a theme park with more than 50 rides and attractions based on features by Paramount Pictures, the BBC and Aardman Animations will be built on the Swanscombe Peninsula near Dartford by 2020.
The development is expected to create up to 27,000 jobs through the construction of the theme park, a water park, a creative commercial hub, a hotel, and other facilities.
Details at www.londonparamount.info.