Plans for £3.5bn theme park on Kent marsh dismay conservationists

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London Resort planned for Swanscombe Peninsula despite site being home to rare species such as distinguished jumping spider

It is the unlikeliest of planning battles: a fight between the distinguished jumping spider and a rollercoaster judged to be “nationally significant infrastructure”.

Ambitious £3.5bn plans for the biggest theme park in Britain beside the Thames threaten what conservationists say is the best site in the country for rare invertebrates.

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