達文西區議員大衛-史密斯說這是 "一個絕對優秀的提議"，而埃伍德區議員吉姆-凱西稱其為 "太棒了"。
該計劃被議會領導人Phil Riley和保守黨反對派團體領導人John Slater描述為一個 "主要的潛在旅遊景點"，當這些建議在9月提交時。
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A new Go Ape tree top adventure park will be built in Lancashire after plans were approved.
The attraction, which features high ropes and bridges, will go up at Witton Country Park in Blackburn.
The £200,000 project will create 21 jobs at the 480-acre green belt open space in Preston New Road.
It is set to open by Easter after Blackburn with Darwen Council planning committee gave it the green light, the Local Democracy Reporting Service said.
The adventure course will be located near The Pavilion in Preston New Road
The plans were approved unanimously after Darwen East Liberal Democrat councillor Paul Browne was given a guarantee that no trees would be chopped down.
Darwen West councillor David Smith said it was "an absolutely excellent proposal" while Ewood councillor Jim Casey called it "fantastic".
The plans were described as a "major potential tourist attraction" by council leader Phil Riley and Conservative opposition group leader John Slater, when the proposals were submitted back in September.
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