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  1. No, Camelot is (or was) in Lancashire. At least 4 hours driving away from London.

  2. Disneyparklover is offline Park Investigator
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guest View Post
    The old camelot theme park isn’t close enough to London to be considered.
    Oh I thought it was

  3. The old camelot theme park isn’t close enough to London to be considered.

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    What if the abandoned camelot theme gets demolished for Universal studios London

  5. Same, I feel like someone on this site just had wishful thinking and just added it.

  6. Still struggling to find any link to universal studios taking over.

  7. Where did these rumours of Universal taking over come from? I would absolutely love it to be true, the UK getting a Wizarding World of Harry Potter would be incredible but is there any evidence of these claims being genuine?

  8. According to insiders, consultations are due to start by fall 2018. They are still in talks with NBC. Europe would be a big market for Universal to expand and as a competitor to Disneyland Paris.

  9. You may well think that but there has been a variable boom in tourists coming to the UK, also if there was (and this is only a thought) it might have a positive impact on tourism to the UK is there was a Disneyland in the UK or a Universal Studios London. Let's not forget London's a world-city and there a quite a few areas both in and around the capital that could accommodate such an investment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guest View Post
    I've seen a few articles about this online and apparently there has been some talk of The London Resort creators leaving themselves open for talks with other big-film studios, and NBC Universal was mentioned. I'm from the UK and I wouldn't mind there being either a Universal Studios London or a Disneyland UK/Britain/London over here. It'd save many Brits a fortune in flight/ferry tickets and accommodation etc.
    Disneyland in UK would never, ever ever happen. Disneyland Paris already relies heavily on British tourism to sustain their activity, TWDC would not put two of their own theme parks in competition

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