Key Figure Leaves London Paramount Project

Fenlon Dunphy, one of the key directors of London Resort Company Holdings (LRCH), the developers behind London Paramount Entertainment Resort, has unexpectedly left the project. One of the leading figures behind the project, Mr Dunphy played a central role in the consultation process for the £3.2 billion development on the Swanscombe peninsular,

August 12th, 2016|

Bubbleworks to Come Under New Management for 2017

Chessington World of Adventures Resort have today confirmed that, after 26 years, family favourite Bubbleworks is to take its final passengers on the 6th September this year. In an announcement made via their social media channels, and in signage put up by the ride, the Resort confirmed the popular ride’s closure in

July 22nd, 2016|

Derren Brown’s Ghost Train Begins Limited Service

Derren Brown’s Ghost Train has started operating for ‘technical rehearsals’ at Thorpe Park Resort, giving the general public their first opportunity to experience what awaits behind the gates of Thorpe Junction. Beginning Friday afternoon (1st July), the much anticipated attraction finally opened its doors, allowing guests to experience for the first time

July 3rd, 2016|

London Paramount Planning Process Confirmed to be Delayed

London Resort Company Holdings, the company behind the proposed London Paramount Entertainment Resort, have today officially confirmed that the submission of their planning application will be delayed by 12 months, meaning it will be summer 2017 before details are sent to the Secretary of State for consideration. In a release on the

June 3rd, 2016|

Further Delays for London Paramount Plans

Plans for London Paramount Entertainment Resort have been delayed once again raising questions over the proposed opening date for the project. Currently scheduled to open in 2021, the £3.2 billion project was due to submit plans to the Secretary of State this summer. However, it has now been confirmed that plans for

April 1st, 2016|