I was hoping to update this topic but my Dutch is a bit too rusty to completely understand what's going on.
In the court settlement AWW had to pay another €22 million to Imtech, which secured the mortgage rights on the ground where the park would be built. That land will be auctioned off in this month and the proceeds will go to the creditors of AWW. However Peter Jan Mulder, the Dutch owner of AWW, says that there is a plan in place with a building permit that is valid for two years. So is he going to bid on the land? "That park is coming. No matter what," he said in this article: http://www.nrcq.nl/2014/09/06/het-land-waar-imtech-zich-aan-vertilde
It's been 30 years since I lived in Amsterdam, so hopefully someone whose Dutch isn't as rusty as mine can tell us if I'm understanding this correctly or not.
But in a country that has 2 coasters, a Schwarzkopf Jet Star and the old Twin Looper from American Adventure (now Tic-Tac Tornado) they can build almost any Vekoma rides and be the biggest park in the country. An SLC would be the countries biggest coaster by some way.