Work Begins on Berm for Potential 3rd Theme Park at Disneyland Paris
Disneyland Paris has begun construction on a large berm surrounding the area of what is anticipated to be a new theme park they are required to build by 2036. The barrier will be up to 5m high and 800m around, or nearly half a mile long.
The purpose of this construction is to act as a visual and sound barrier. The construction on the new theme park would sit just behind Disney’s Sequoia Lodge.
The project is expected to take place in three phases. The first phase would include preparatory work, such as excavation and the construction of a maintenance track. After that, land will be allocated for the area through summer, and then planting would begin around October 2021 and last through March 2022.
The French government granted a time extension last year on the project, allowing the park to be built by 2036 if it reaches the number of visitors annually agreed upon by the two parties.
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