Plans for a future Paramount resort in Kent have been delayed as bosses confirm a planning application will be put off for another year.
The proposals were due to be submitted this summer, but now, another series of public meetings will take place as developers reconsider the route into the tourist attraction.
London Resort Company Holdings (LRCH), the developer behind the £3.2 billion plans, will show changes to its masterplan for the resort, set to attract 15 million people a year.
The changes to access come after a dispute with more than 140 business owners whose companies sit on land needed for the project near the Swanscombe Peninsula between Gravesend and Dartford.
The company has delayed meetings with Peninsula Management Group, which represents the firms on Northfleet Industrial Estate, Kraft Kent Estate and Manor Way Business Park.by