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Paramount Murcia : Phase 1 Underway

Sun 6th Oct 2013
Paramount Murcia : Phase 1 Underway

Murcia's Regional Minister of Culture, Tourism and Bullshit, Pedro Alberto Cruz, confirmed that work to clear the land on which the Paramount pictures theme park will eventually built, commenced two weeks ago.

Cruz, however would not be drawn on any other deadlines, commenting instead how construction work would commence as soon as the site had been cleared, and the appropriate licences awarded.

"We have the height of optimism about Paramount", he told Europa Press last week, adding that the regional government had never once stopped believing in the project, and that they would continue to offer their full support until the gates opened to the public.

The Minister went on to insist that Paramount Murcia would be open for business "in the second half of 2015".

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Looking forward to that, plenty of Irish and English with holiday homes over there,and its just what the country needs
Theresa - Sun, 5th Oct 2014
Faith can move mountains. Obviously all of you are lacking... Pedro (God bless him) knows without a doubt what is actually happening there in Paramount Murcia. You doubters are in a very sad state. Of course Paramount WILL be completely completed 2015 as Pedro (God bless him) has predicted. Have ye of no faith???. As a buildings consultant I can assure you there is very little difference at all between constructing a doll's house and Paramount Murcia, (Pedro, God bless him) will,I'm sure, confirm this. Factually, I wandered down to the site yesterday and saw that the construction was well underway - diggers, cranes, planes, helicopters... well, maybe I should've kept that appointment with Specsavers...
Ken - Sat, 12th Oct 2013
Lucinda : Perhaps the scale of the works was such that it went unnoticed for 2 weeks ? An elderly part-time labourer doing groundworks with a dustpan & brush and a rickety wheelbarrow perhaps ? That might still officially count as "work being undertaken" ?
Mr Grumpy - Fri, 11th Oct 2013
Something fishy. Why has this announcement been made 2 weeks after work started. I would have thought that they would have told the whole World the moment that any work had commenced, not wait 2 weeks.
Lucinda Castiles - Tue, 8th Oct 2013