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It's currently thought that this doesn't mean Wildfire won't be built, but of course it may delay its opening beyond 2016. From what I've read elsewhere, the suspension seems to have come about as a result of several appeals received from nearby locals, which the planning board are unable to ignore. It looks as though they will need to resubmit a more detailed application, specifically in relation to the noise levels, the affect on traffic levels, as well as the ride's implications on the surrounding area.
Planning permission for the roller coaster suspended
Animals & Nature, Environment & Climate, People & Society, Urban Planning & heritage
Kolmarden Zoo may not permit to build a roller coaster. Östergötland County Administrative Board cancels the Municipality of Norrköping decision on building permits, which were taken last fall. County Board rejects the zoo's application for planning permission on the grounds that it requires a detailed plan before the question can be reviewed.
Norrköping Municipality granted Kolmårdens Zoo AB planning permission for a roller coaster October 8, 2014. The decision has been appealed by several parties, associations and individuals.
According to the master plan is the relevant part of the area designated as a zoo. The area lacks detailed plan. Roller coaster is supposed to be placed directly adjacent to the existing zoo. The plant will be located near nature reserve and area of national interest for nature conservation and outdoor recreation.
The County Board believes that the roller coaster will have a major impact on the environment. It will, among other things, to change the landscape, cause increased noise levels and affect the traffic situation. Therefore, a detailed plan in place before the roller coaster can be checked by a planning application, consider the County Administrative Board.
The decision can be appealed to the Land and Environment Court.