Tayto Park to reapply for permission to build two world-class rollercoasters

Plans to build two new rollercoasters in Tayto Park were blocked this month by An Bord Pleanála – which overruled Meath council’s decision to give the developments the all-clear

21st July, 2019
Ray Coyle: ‘If we don’t give our guests a reason to return, the business can stagnate’Feargal Ward

Tayto Park owner Ray Coyle has said his theme park is at risk of stagnating after it failed to get permission to develop new attractions.

Plans to build two new rollercoasters in Tayto Park were blocked this month by An Bord Pleanála – which overruled Meath council’s decision to give the developments the all-clear.

Coyle told this newspaper that his company intended to reapply for planning permission for Coaster 2021.

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