Plans have been unveiled to transform part of Kent into a huge theme park, creating thousands of jobs on the 872 acre brown field site.
- A deal has been signed with the licensing division for Hollywood-based Paramount Pictures
- The site is being planned on the Swanscombe Peninsula in North Kent
- It could create up to 27,000 jobs
- A feasibility study suggests the park will attract significant numbers of additional tourists to the UK
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