Former tennis player and leisure entrepreneur David Lloyd is launching the first of two sites for his Adrenaline World adventure park concept in Sandbach, Cheshire, at a cost of £9m.
Outline planning consent has been given for the 18.5-acre site which includes to lakes.
Lloyd says the attraction, near to junction 17 of the M6, will open following a build-process of about seven months.
He said: “We have agreed on the name Adrenaline World as there will be more activities than were first imagined, some of which will be on water. We hope to be on site in Sandbach by the middle of Febuary next year.”
The second site will be in the £400m Chesterfield resort development Peak Resorts, near Sheffield. Full planning permission has been secured for the site which includes nine acres of woodland.
The nine-acre site includes woodlands, which will also form part of Adrenaline World’s attractions.
Nine more sites are also in the offing in Blackpool, Braintree, Dartford, Bedford and Farnham.