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SEASON PREVIEW: EUROPE Names and details have ben released


about two of the rides: The Crestar has two giant spheres that use lighting effects and other surprises to delight sliders as they journey towards the bottom, while The Cascade is a fully enclosed slide that sweeps riders through large sections of coloured light. Updated plans for the £38m Gulliver’s


Valley, Gulliver’s fourth UK theme park resort have been approved by the planning board at Rotherham Council and will now be referred to the Secretary of State for final sign off. It is understood that this will be the first of


Wilderness Wharf, proposed expansion for Gulliver’s


Gulliver’s sites to encompass all of its major family entertainment elements in one location with new attractions exclusive to Rotherham. Highlights include an indoor water play zone, a climbing centre, a glades attraction, and an ecology centre with forest classrooms for outdoor learning adventures for young children. Gulliver’s has also proposed an expansion for its Warrington site


to create a unique resort adjacent to the existing theme park and hotel. Called Wilderness Wharf, the £3.8m development, if approved, will create two brand new themed hotels. The outcome of the planning application is expected in April.


Subject to approval, construction is set to commence in the spring/summer of 2019 and progress in two phases, taking between two and three years to complete. Developer World Wheel Company is bidding to build


Europe’s tallest observation wheel at the proposed Giants on the Quayside development, will see around £100m invested in Newcastle and up to 550 jobs created, it says. The wheel will be built on the banks of the Tyne in Newcastle and stand 5m (16ft) higher than the London Eye. Other features of the proposed development include The Geordie


Giant - a 12m (39ft) steel structure - and a food and beverage experience called The Giant’s Quay. A family entertainment centre with trampolines, climbing walls and a skywalk will also feature. Blackpool Central is to undergo a £300m redevelopment which


will see world-class visitor attractions, along with new hotels, restaurants, food market, event square, residential apartments and multi-storey parking spring up on the site of the famous Golden Mile. According to reports, the masterplan for the long-awaited redevelopment is inspired by Chariots Of The Gods, with a flying theatre as its anchor attraction. Work on the project, a collaboration


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between UK-based development company, Nikal Ltd, and Media Invest Entertainment, which owns the intellectual property rights to Chariots Of The Gods, is expected to start in 2020. Originally planned to opens in 2019, significant delays have


seen the date of the The London Resort (formerly called Paramount Park) be pushed back to 2023. The project, was granted Nationally Significant Infrastructure Project status in May 2014, which meant that planning applications could bypass local planning requirements and be submitted straight to the Secretary of State. Following the spit from Paramount there had been few updates on


the project, until news in October last year that engineering and construction group Keltbray had promised a £25m cash injection, with a planning application expected to be submitted in 2019. Europe’s first ‘intelligent’ city is set to open in Spain in 2023. The


sustainable project is being built from scratch and will be powered by solar energy. The first phase of Elysium City is set to complete in 2023 and will include the development of a 5-star hotel with a casino, a theme park, a four-star theme park hotel, an adventure water park, a conference centre, a data centre, an 18-hole signature golf course, a sports and entertainment complex for professional soccer and musical performances and a marina. Phase two is slated to complete in 2028 adding more hotels, as


well as a Formula One track, luxury glamping and an equestrian centre. Further details are expected to emerge later this year.


NOW OPEN A new hotel resort opened at the beginning of the year in Alushta, Crimea, offering visitors a highly themed space experience. Called The Guardian of the Empire the new spaceship-themed complex is also a museum and entertainment centre. It offers ‘space cabin’ hotel


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