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Paramount Theme Park
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- Water Park
- Event Space
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- Wildlife Park.
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The proposed £2bn Theme Park Paramount is planned between small Swanscombe harbour and new Ingress Park, just 1 mile from Ebbsfleet International station. The new Theme park would be set across an 872-acre development over 3.5 times larger than Bluewater shopping centre, car parks included or twice the size of the Olympic Stadium in London.
Although in most cases children and young people are expected to most frequently use the facility, lots of work is being planned that will encompass the best in family entertainment for all ages. Full-time development could start in 2015 and be completed by 2019.
Most local people welcome the venture and it has proved to be a huge success in inspiring young and new careers. The Theme Park is expected to generate over 27'000 jobs and lots of trade for local businesses creating jobs.
Local businesses have already volunteered their involvement and some have pledged finical backing for the Paramount Theme park, such as the new owners of local Ebbsfleet United football club reported to have invested a seven figure stake in to the venture.
Although the area has been the subject to various plans including more housing proposals and even a site for a new bridge crossing none offer such a lucrative model for the local or national economy as the Theme Park, which is widely supported.
The plans also included Europe's "largest" indoor water park, theatres, live music venues and hotels.
The Paramount Theme Park will be near Swanscombe village and Ebbsfleet located in Dartford Borough. The Council and along with neighbouring Gravesham Borough Council, have described the development as a "tremendous economic growth opportunity" for the region.
Although both local borough's have agreed the plans in principle, the official conclusion will be known until 2014. Drastic plans and upgrades in infrastructure deduce or spell out a forgone conclusion as both Gravesend and Dartford town centre have plans to upgrade facilities and shopping centres, Gravesend station has a £19 million upgrade during Xmas 2013 are among positive signs for a much welcomed approval.