If they are concerned operation wise it'll definitely take a few months, and depending on whether they need a new zoning plan (whatever they call it anyway) or not, a few years. As long as it's not accepted for, the park will get fines by the looks of things. At the moment I'd say it's a fifty fifty. It won't be forced to be torn down, not at all. Whether they can keep the structure SBNO until sorted without fines I don't know, but there's no way they can operate it without fines, and if they do ask for it to be torn down and kolmarden don't accept it, they will get fines. The company that owns Kolmarden has a monopoly of parks over there as well, furivik, Grona, Kolmarden, Skara etc. And from what I have seen myself and heard about, they were obviously either expecting it to be pulling in massive queues with the length of the line and advertisement, or keep expanding the lineup of rides. Walk on in summer holidays on one train on a nice day, while the park is reasonably busy as well. I don't think it has been a massive success to be honest in business terms. It'll bring enthusiasts in purely for the coaster, but people aren't all going to travel for one major ride.