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OK for Tayto Park Roller Coaster

Tayto Park has been given the go-ahead to add two new steel rollercoasters.

taytopk0320The intertwining rollercoasters had to be redesigned to get the project over the line after objections from local homeowners about screaming thrill-seekers.

The park said in a statement that it has spent over €1.5m on noise reduction methods to secure planning.
Construction is set to begin in 2021 and the rides will be open to the public in 2023.
 
The statement added that they represent a total investment of €15m by the park and will create 40 new jobs in the area.
 
Tayto Park announced earlier this week that it will re-open on Monday, June 29.
 

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