A new theme park also known as the "UK's Disneyland" has released plans on what it will look like. It will be opening in four years and is to be the largest theme park on the continent since Disneyland Paris. The park signed a deal with Paramount Studios and will feature rides based on the Paramount films and shows from the BBC and ITV.
"When complete, it will be three times larger than any other park in the UK," the resort's website says.
So far the plans have divided the park into 7 sections including The Jungle, The Isles, The Kingdom, The Woods, The Studio, High Street and Starport.
Chief Executive of the project PY Gerbeau said "This is a significant step in transforming an amazing and ambitious dream into reality.
The sight will be the size of 136 Wembley Stadiums.