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Theme park ‘warehouse-themed’ experience comes to light

Posted by Mark
November 11, 2014 in Property Development

Thorpe Park in Surrey has submitted a planning application that would have a warehouse theme to it.

Quite apart from the state-of-the-art warehouses and distribution centres that companies are investing in today, however, the application points to an altogether more rundown experience.

With Thorpe Park remaining resolutely silent about any exact details, it is known that the attraction due for delivery in 2016 will take up a lot of space.

Encompassing an area of over 2,500 metres and rising to a height in excess of 10 metres, two parapet walls will be constructed. As well as requiring six trees and vegetation to be felled, a number of buildings will also be demolished.

The application submitted to the local council read that the attraction will have a “warehouse-themed appearance”.

However, while modern  warehouse flooring  warehouse flooring and racking systems are the order of the day for firms now, the application continued to explain that this is not quite where the attraction is headed, adding that it will be “rusted and boarded up”.

A spokesman on behalf of the theme park in the south of England said:

“The proposed ‘attraction’ will be the new feature for the 2016 season and clearly demonstrates Thorpe Park’s commitment to investing to continue to attract visitors and improve visitor experience.”

It is understood that if accepted, the new experience will take up the space that presently sits adjacent to the popular Nemesis Inferno and No Way Out attractions.

The application is open for public consultation up until Thursday, 20th November.

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