The proposed development consists of the construction of a new rollercoaster attraction incorporating 2 separate rollercoaster rides with a combined ride length of approximately 986m and a maiximum height of 31m Above Ground Level. Noise reduction measures are incorporated into the layout and design of the proposed development and include themed noise retention structures, below ground elements, and a 6m high sound barrier along part of the northern boundary consisting of a part 3m high berm (72m in length) and a part 3m high concrete wall (34m in length), with a 3m high acoustic fencing above (106m total length). Associated and ancillary buildings include 2 no. rollercoaster station structures (172 sqm and 170 sqm Gross Floor Area (GFA) respectively); a maintenance building (70 sqm GFA); a toilet block (80 sqm GFA); a photo shop (8 sqm GFA); a general shop (30 sqm GFA); 2 no. concession stands (12.8 sqm GFA each); and an ESB substation (14 sqm GFA).
The proposed development development also incorporates 2 no. pedestrain bridges over the Hurley River; drainage infrastructure, including a Foul Water Pumping Station and associated maintenance access roadway; internal paths and roadways connecting to existing Tayto Park infrastructure; landscaping; boundary treatments; and all associated and ancillary plant and development works on s site area of 4.53ha

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