U.S. President Donald Trump's family business partially demolished legally protected sand dunes in Scotland when it set up a golf course north of Aberdeen, according to government reports released on a Freedom of Information request.
Scottish Natural Heritage, which monitors the sensitive and sensitive nature of the country Englisch: www.trentino-sudtirol.info/d-portal…a=en&prov=BZ Golf Links Scotland has led to "direct loss" of up to 68 acres of the 205 acre Foveran Links Area
The damaged and destroyed tunnels, one of the best examples of moving sand dunes in the UK, developed according to the agency over 4,000 years ago were.
"Construction has eliminated the vast majority of geomorphological interest near the golf course," reads Scottish Natural Heritage
The reports were made following a public request from Bob Ward, Policy Director of the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Ch, published at the London School of Economics
the representative of the Trump organization in Scotland did not respond immediately to a request for comment.
The golf course was completed in 201
The Scottish authorities approved the main features of the project in 2008, although each phase requires an additional review. The company announced plans to invest 150 million pounds ($ 196 million) in the second phase of development last week.
During the initial approval process, Trump pledged to minimize any environmental damage by saying he was "fully aware of the impact of the course on the environment."
Ward said the Scottish government should have Trump's failure consider fulfilling the obligation when considering future construction plans for the construction site.
"I think the problem is shown by their disrespect and the way they made promises they did not keep," Ward said. "I personally think that the Scottish Government was not as strong here as it should have been to hold Mr. Trump to account, and I hope that now you will see the need to do that."
Scottish critics previously accused The Trump organization failed to deliver the jobs and investment it promised when the project first came under scrutiny.
The Trump organization says it is already costing £ 100 million ($ 131 million) into a "multi-stage development" of £ 750 million, $ 983 million. "
The proposed second phase is almost complete Supported 2,000 jobs during construction and around 300 permanent jobs after completing work, the company said last week.