I wouldn’t be too worried about opposition. With any huge infrastructure project of this type, there will be plenty of people who don’t support it, and there will be plenty of backlash. I seem to remember London Resort saying that 60% of the locals questioned during the consultations last year approved of the project. I know that doesn’t sound too high on the face of it, but history tells us that projects like this are often quite polarising, or even flat-out hated by locals in some cases. Take Disneyland Paris, the most common comparison to this project, for instance; I’d wager the approval rating for that among the French was far, far lower than 60% when it was being built. A large proportion of the French public were actively outraged at the prospect of DLP being built, and the French press absolutely slaughtered it, yet it still got built. The press stories about the London Resort in Britain are far more positive in tone than the similar stories about DLP in France apparently were when that project was announced. Even in Britain, look at something like HS2. That project is very polarising indeed, and has attracted a phenomenal amount of opposition, yet it’s still being built. I believe construction started on HS2 fairly recently, did it not?