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Zenith undercover water park

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.
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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.

Read more at: http://www.thescarboroughnews.co.uk/news/zenith-is-reborn-1-1413401