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Statutory Consultation – Monday 27th July to Monday 21st September 2020.

Section 42 Planning Act 2008
London Resort Company Holdings (LRCH) is intending to develop The London Resort (the Project), a new entertainment resort proposed for development on the Swanscombe Peninsula
in North Kent, with supporting transport facilities in Tilbury, Thurrock.
The London Resort is the first “Business or Commercial Project” to be classified as a Nationally Significant Infrastructure Project (NSIP) as defined by the Planning Act 2008 (the Act). As a NSIP,
we must make an application under the Act for a permission known as a Development ConsentOrder (DCO) to construct and operate the Project. LRCH anticipates that a DCO application for the Project will be submitted in late 2020.

The London Resort will comprise:
 A Leisure Core, comprising a range of events spaces, themed rides and attractions, entertainment venues, theatres and cinemas, developed in landscaped settings in two phases.
 Four hotels providing family, upmarket, luxury and themed accommodation totalling up to 3,550 suites.
 A ‘Conferention’ Centre (i.e. a combined conference and convention centre) with a floor area of up to 11,000 m2.
 A linked building hosting a range of eSports, video and computer gaming events, with a total floor space of up to 16,500 m2.
 A Back of House area accommodating many of the necessary supporting technical and logistical operations to enable the London Resort to function.

The Project includes a new access road from the A2 to keep Project traffic separate to local traffic, and supporting transport infrastructure.
Further details of LRCH’s proposals are set out in consultation documents.

Please click on the following link for full details and to submit your comments/views –

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