A two-day public consultation was carried out at Loch Lomond Shores last month in which Flamingo Land revealed detailed blueprints for the £30M scheme for the first time since plans for the leisure park were announced. The aim of the public consultation was to gather local residents’ opinions on the project ahead of submitting a planning application to the council next year.
New additions to the project which had never been made public before include a 60-bed hotel, an indoor water park and spa, and a woodland adventure experience featuring toboggan rides.
Plans also include a complete revamp of Balloch village, which will see the introduction of a craft brewery and restaurant and will become a strictly pedestrian zone. The car park will also be relocated to introduce a monorail and a series of scenic footpaths linking the different areas of the park, which the developer says: “would provide good views of the river and the wider landscape while minimising its impact on its setting.”
Source: Daily Record