In all honesty england will get massive parks probably after 2015. I dont see why just cos where small we can have massive parks. Height limits dont matter make the theme park in a massive trech and plus merlin is in with B&M so it looks like the UK will become like the USA theme parks.
What the hell are you on about?
The size of a country has nothing to do with the size of its theme parks. Merlin isn't in with B&M more than any other B&M customer. And a theme park in a trench
If the coaster is on island A or E (or whatever they're called) I can't see how it will be a hyper. If we do get one, which I kind of hope we don't, it'll be round the back of the park like previously rumoured. However I always thought that the MTDP stated that the 2 coasters (Swarm & 2015) will be on the artificial islands, and I doubt that the council would allow a huge 200ft+ coaster to be built.
Personally I'd like to see the plans for a wooden rollercoaster revived, but given how unlikely that seems, something unique. Hypers look dull in my opinion, a good rollercoaster should combine airtime, inversions, speed, etc. Why not a floorless?