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Merlin Entertainments is to set up a number of Shrek visitor attractions in partnership with DreamWorks Animation, with the first 20,000 sq ft site planned for County Hall in London.
Merlin Entertainments has submitted plans to open a new visitor attraction at County Hall in London by 2015.
Merlin Entertainments is to set up CBeebies Land for young children on a five-acre site at Alton Towers theme park next spring.
Merlin Entertainments is considering plans to relocate the London Dungeon tourist attraction to the County Hall building.
Merlin Entertainments is considering plans to build tourist observation towers at up to ten Sea Life parks, depending on the success of its first in Weymouth.
Merlin Entertainments is planning to build a £3m rotating observation tower in Weymouth for the 2012 Olympics.
Merlin Entertainments is to build a new £18m 150-bedroom themed hotel at the Legoland theme park in Windsor by 2012, as part of a £30m investment at the site.
Merlin Entertainments has won a contract to operate a waxworks museum, dungeon and the Tower Ballroom in Blackpool, following the £40m acquisition of the Tower, Winter Gardens and Golden Mile by Blackpool Council.
Merlin Entertainments is planning to set up a Legoland Discovery Centre at the Trafford Centre in Manchester in 2010.
Merlin Entertainments is to invest £12m in improvements to the London Eye tourist attraction over the next three years, in order to make it more energy efficient.
Merlin Entertainments has acquired the London Aquarium on the South Bank from County Hall Entertainment for undisclosed terms, and will invest £5m in improvements.
Merlin Entertainments, the operator of 26 visitor attractions, is expected to be acquired by Blackstone Group of the US for about £100m.
Merlin Entertainments, the operator of visitor attractions, has undergone a £72m management buy-out backed by Hermes Private Equity.
Merlin Entertainments, the operator of 22 leisure attractions in eight countries, has appointed Hawkpoint to consider plans for the possible sale of the business.
Merlin Entertainments is to open a £5m tourist attraction in Edinburgh next April called the Edinburgh Dungeon, which will feature villainous characters from Scotland's past and create 50 jobs.