Trump Golf Course Back On Track After Wind Farm Moved

Scotland [The Sunday Times] Donald Trump, the American billionaire, has forced the relocation of a wind farm that he claimed would blight his planned golf course in Aberdeenshire. The property tycoon had threatened to abandon his GBP300m luxury development unless the proposed wind farm in Aberdeen Bay was moved elsewhere. Now, following talks with Trump, energy companies have agreed to shelve their plan to erect 33 turbines in the North Sea between Aberdeen and Newburgh. Amec, one of the firms behind the project, said the GBP40m wind farm will now consist of 23 turbines clustered off Aberdeen’s coastline. The nearest will be more than three miles from Trump’s course. …
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