They’ve now got a consultation portal online, but it does not currently seem to have anything in it: https://consultation.londonresort.info/ I’ll keep an eye on the page and see if anything of interest appears. EDIT: A consultation is now online, which closes on 21st September 2020 at 11:59pm. Various different Q&As and webinars are being hosted on various dates, and telephone surgeries with various members of the team are also able to be held. I also read the Guide to Consultation, which has a few intriguing details, including: They have outlined a rough timeline of how they want things to go over the next few years leading up to the Resort’s opening. The DCO application is going to be submitted in Winter 2020, with contractors then being appointed in 2021-2022. The Secretary of State will make their final decision on the DCO application in Spring 2022, with construction then hopefully also starting in 2022 provided that approval is gained. The Resort is then expected to open in 2024. The Resort’s current visitor target is 6.5 million with Gate 1 operating (I’m assuming they mean once it’s bedded in a little, as they said 4 million in the first year on BBC Southeast the other day). The previously cited 12.5 million figure is an ultimate target, however they do not expect to achieve this until 2038, when the whole Resort will have operated for a number of years. They state that they have revised the visitor targets to be lower than in the original proposal back in 2012, which I believe was shooting for 8-9 million with gate 1 and 15 million with the entire Resort open. The theme parks (which are referred to as the Leisure Core in the guide) are only a very small part of the proposal. There will also be hotels built, as well as dwellings for staff, apartments and huge regeneration of the local area. In terms of when the parks are due to open, Gate 1 is due to open in 2024 and Gate 2 is due to open in 2029.