05:10PM, Thursday 08 February 2018
New information has been added to an application for a major development project at Legoland.
Up to three new rides could be built as part of the theme park’s plans for 2019, with one of them being the long-awaited Haunted House attraction.
Legoland had planned to build the indoor ride in 2015 but saw its initial application refused by the council only for the decision to be overturned at a public inquiry, costing the taxpayer £250,000.
The resort also wants to build a holiday village including 65 semi-detached lodges on existing farmland at the back of the site, towards Oakley Green.
Project Centre, an architectural consultancy firm acting on behalf of the council, has now registered feedback saying further evidence is needed from the resort to justify how it will manage parking at the holiday village.
Anyone wishing to comment on the application should email email@example.com quoting the reference number 17/01878/OUT by February, 29.
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