Following the further objection placed by the Environment Agency on the work for Project Exodus, there has been some further developments over the past week!
Thorpe Park have replied back to the Environment Agency with further information to support why the work should be approved and allowed to go ahead and also to state the fact that they (Environment Agency) gave approval for work in 2018 to take place even though it was for the same issues they are objecting work to take place for Project Exodus.
Further to this, Runnymede Council have also now gone back to the Environment Agency to also ask for further information on why they are objecting to the work taking place, when the same area’s of concern were given approval back in 2018!
Time will tell, however, for the work to be completed for 2024, Thorpe Park are now having a difficult time to ensure that this can still happen due to the delays in a decision being made as a result of the Environment Agency.
Founder of ThemeParkRM. Spending most of his time at Thorpe Park and loves The Runaway Mine Train at Alton Towers (choo choo!)