Zenith undercover water park
An undercover water park about the size of one-and-a-half football pitches will be one of the main attractions of the Zenith development in Scarborough s North Bay.
The developer, says 80 million could be spent in Scarborough on plans which would provide hundreds of new jobs. The plans include: * multi-screen cinema * conference hotel and casino * bowling alley * hi-tech snowboarding centre * complex of 330 holiday apartments * bars, restaurants and a large car park.
The Zenith project was first mooted almost six years ago, masterplan and design concepts (above and below) were created by the renowned Scottish based blue sky, creative consultancy: Ideas in collaboration with architect: Ian McKay Boyce for Grayling Sports and Leisure Ltd.
It is envisaged that the Zenith development could be carried out on a site covered by the Atlantis water-theme park, Marvels amusement and leisure park and parts of Northstead Manor Gardens, including the Open-Air Theatre. David Rhodes, managing director of Developer Benchmark, said: We are delighted to be working with the council on such a prestigious scheme. The large investment is a very positive move in ensuring the town s continued future as a leading centre for tourism and leisure. Gordon Carey, chairman of Leeds-based architects Carey Jones, said: The features incorporated in the design will make the development a real landmark on Yorkshire s East Coast. Care has been taken to provide state-of-the-art facilities while at the same time working with the natural charm of the North Bay setting.
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