We have waited a long time for this to be finished but it is supposed to open in the summer of this year 2020. To me, it looks a bit like a hot air balloon but I can assure you this will not be getting off the ground, the amount of concrete they have poured into these ramps and slopes is amazing. Costing far more than the estimated price and prices for materials constantly going up it has proved to be something that swallows funds just by standing there.
The only thing that saved it was the amount of tourism it will bring to the area as this will be an award-winning site for skateboarding with many competitions being held here and people attending from worldwide.
Folkestone is fast becoming the most popular town for Londoners to move down to as we have the high-speed train that gets you into London in fifty minutes. Our properties are a lot lower priced than up in town and of course, we have the sea.
There are also a lot of new townhouses being built along the front this year which I am sure will sell before they are even finished.
If you’re looking to spend a few days here then I personally recommend an Airbnb which has fantastic reviews here.