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Paramount Murcia plan to be submitted early 2013

Source: La Verdad - Sat 10th Nov 2012

Over the course of the next 2 months the Ayuntamiento of Alhama de Murcia is expected to issue the "special plan", to finalize the required approvals, permissions and licences for the Paramount Pictures theme park.

The original plan required slight modification due to changes being made to the proposed layout of the park following problems purchasing the orginal quantity of land.

By the end of January 2013 it is expected that a full environmental impact report will be complete to accompany the plan.

The promoter and developer of the park Proyectos Emblemáticos Murcianos - otherwise known as Premursa - will finalise their move into a custom built office facility on an industrial park on the outskirts of the town later this week. One of the key projects that the company will undertake until all licences are in place will be to execute a recruitment program for an anticipated 6'000 job vacancies which will be created at the park.

The Youtube clip attached >>> shows the site of the theme park, and how little or no work appears to have taken place since the official ceremony to lay the first stone at the park took place on the 31st of May.

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Oh look another pr release about a theme park after we have not heard anything since laying if the first brick in may... Surely the plans and everything should of being approved back then?
Ye Ye - Fri, 16th Nov 2012
Simon : Our understanding is that because Premursa could only complete the purchase of 2/3rds of the land they had originally intended for the park, plans had to be changed in order to accommodate all of the features that they had originally intended. This not only changed their plans for Infrastructure outside the park, but the impact on the local environment. In short, a plan was done originally, but a new one had to be submitted following the last-minute changes.
Tumbit - Admin - Sun, 11th Nov 2012
Why has it taken so long to get the plan written and approved ? Should this have not happened 2 years ago ?
Simon Parker - Sun, 11th Nov 2012