Lahore’s Disneyland Theme Park Gets Rs.32 Billion Investment

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The government, in order to construct the Disneyland-like theme park in Lahore has started the acquisition of the land proceedings. A Chinese company will build the facility at an estimated cost of Rs32 billion.

Parks and Horticulture Authority (PHA) Director General Shakeel Ahmad, while speaking to The Express Tribune said, “The government has started the process to acquire 650 acres under Section 4 of the Land Acquisition Act, 1894.”

It was reported that the preliminary actions to construct the theme park are in the course.

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Once all these measures are completed, the district collector will carry out the assessment of properties that are to be acquired.

Ahmad mentioned that the Govt. would ask the investors for further development once all the legal obligations of the project are finalized.

“The government wants to acquire land at the earliest. To avoid any litigation and delay, it has chosen a site where land is mostly owned by the state,” he said.

Revealing more about the project, Ahmad said that the Chinese Company, Golden Bean will build the park and an aquarium near Kala Shah Kaku along Lahore-Islamabad Motorway (M-2).

“The mega project will take nearly two years to complete. The provincial government and the PHA are facilitating the project,” Ahmad said.

On the other hand, Commissioner, Abdullah Khan Sumbal earlier promised the Govt. for uninterrupted electricity in the theme park.

The commissioner said that the theme park would have a rollercoaster, a five-star hotel, an aquarium and business and shopping centres.

He said the Chinese investors had expressed their willingness to develop the park at a recent seminar on Investment Opportunities in the Punjab.

The commissioner said that the theme park would have a rollercoaster, a five-star hotel, an aquarium and business and shopping centres.

He said the Chinese investors had expressed their willingness to develop the park at a recent seminar on Investment Opportunities in the Punjab.